which is the best book to prepare for gre
August 17, 2007 11:05am CST
guyz i found lot of material to read for gre..which is better barrons/nova/kaplan/bigbook
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29 Feb 08
I used the GRE for Dummies book, and I HIGHLY recommed it. It has good examples that keep up motivated to actually study it. I went through the entire book, and it was well worth it. I hadn't had a math class in 7 years when I took it, and I did fine. Good luck!
28 Feb 08
all of these are good. for quant. section barron and nova are best. for verbal bigbook and barron's 4000 words is ok. also kaplan's practice-tests r of great help if u find time to solve them one more thing.....if u havent started ur preps yet buy Princeton Review GRE book which will guide u through format of test, and nature of questions. thank u