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Barron's GRE with CD-ROM
The GRE Graduate Record Exam is changing substantially starting in August 2011, and Barron's is now ready with a thoroughly revised test prep manual that reflects the new exam's content. Although the GRE's Analytical Writing section remains essentially unchanged, new question types appear in both the GRE's Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections, and the model ...more
Paperback, 616 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
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Not for everyone. A full 300 pages deal with the math section, at the expense of the verbal and essay sections. Apparently more people need help with math? The chapters on the essay section contained some helpful info: links to the actual essay topic pool from ETS, tips on what the readers are looking for, suggestions for other resources. The practice tests and review problems in the book were helpful, but the CD practice tests still have some bugs. Sections to read, followed by a question that ...more
Didn't rely on this as heavily as I expected. Large portion was devoted to math that perhaps I should have spent more time on, but seemed silly as I had already studied a full math review book. Didn't use the CD-ROM after reading about some errors in the software and after encountering some in the book. Used the ETS software instead - assumed it would be a better gauge of my performance. Overall, only OK.