Gruber’s Complete GRE Guide 2014, 3E
ISBN/ASIN: 1402279671,9781402279676 | 2013 | English | pdf | 768/770 pages | 27.2 Mb
Publisher: Sourcebooks | Author: Gary Gruber | Edition: 3
THE BEST PRACTICE PLUS COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIES FOR HIGHER SCORES ON THE GRE
For more than 30 years, the Gruber Method has helped millions of students raise their standardized test scores on major tests like the SAT, ACT, and the PSAT/NMSQT. Now Dr. Gruber brings his critical analysis and innovative test preparation strategies to the GRE, the #1 test for graduate school admission.
After a recent major overhaul of the GRE test, you need the most up-to-date information from a trusted source. Gruber's Complete GRE Guide combines powerful study tools with 4 adaptive practice tests to help you prepare for the real thing.
EFFECTIVE STUDY TOOLS FROM THE TEST-TAKING EXPERT
-Includes 3 full-length practice tests with
-Detailed explanatory answers, each linked to a specific Gruber strategy or basic skill
-Inside info on how GRE questions are created
-Strategies that will save you study time by pointing you directly to the answer
-Shortest GRE test (20 questions) with detailed answer explanations which tells you
what important strategies and skills you need to increase your score
-Strategy Diagnostic Test which tests whether you are using the best strategies and leads you
to those strategies-The 101 most important math questions you need to know how to solve
-Complete math refresher
GET THE SKILLS THAT UNLOCK THE ANSWERS
With the explanation to a question, you can answer that one question. With the Gruber strategies, you can answer thousands of questions! These strategies show you how to think about problems instead of trying to solve each one individually, and they can be used consistently on every GRE test.
WHAT THE MEDIA IS SAYING
"Dr. Gary Gruber has developed a method that will raise students' test scores by sharpening their thinking skills." -Boston Globe
"His methods make the questions seem amazingly simple to solve." -Library Journal
"Gruber can ring the bell on any number of standardized exams." -Eric Zorn, Chicago Tribune