There is a nice thing about taking the GRE, oxymoronic as that statement may at first sound, and that is that GRE taking is a skill. As such, it's something that's learnable, something that gets better with practice. This means that while studying to take a test may not be high on your list of leisure-hour activities, it is a productive, effective activity that will pan out on GRE day, helping you achieve the kinds of scores that will get you into the kinds of schools you wish to attend.
Thomas H. Martinson knows all this, and he has prepared a thorough guide to coach you through the test-taking skills, provide a wealth of practice questions, analyze each question type, and explain strategies that dovetail with GRE test logic. Practice exams--which you can score--are furnished so you can observe your progress. A comfortable advance familiarity with test directions will save you time and reduce stress on test day, as will knowing when to guess, how best to approach the reading comprehension passages, and what tact to take with logical reasoning. In addition, there's a useful section that helps you diagnose your strengths and weaknesses and a fully detailed GRE-math review.
It's a fact--studying for the GRE will help you do better. Very little in the world is so predictably, reliably efficacious. --Stephanie Gold
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Book Description John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 8th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX002862467X