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II How to Crack the Verbal Section
The Geography of the Verbal Section
Vocabulary for the GRE
III How to Crack the Math Section
The Geography of the Math Section
Variables and Equations
IV How to Crack the Analytic Section
The Geography of the analytic Section
V How to Crack the Optional Writing Sample
The Optional Writing Assessment
Ready for Some GRE Aerobics?
Answers and Explanations
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Karen Lurie lives in New York City. The world of the Graduate Record Examination has been orbiting her for about ten years. She has written six books, including the LSAT/GRE Analytic Workout and GRE Crash Course.
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Book Description Princeton Review, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0375761969