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Test prep

Post by Davorak » Tue Jul 13, 2004 12:54 pm

Here are some interesting websites that I came across, I hope some one else out there finds them useful or humorous.

Guide from brown University ... b/gre.html

Some admission tips form University of Florida

This is an interesting rant about ETS. I thing the cases that are spoken on in the rant are a bit extreme, however it is good to be aware or these situations and hopefully avoid them.

An interesting tidbit that I remember reading is that the verbal score on the general GRE is the best indicator of success in grad school. I will try and post the title of the book later if I can find it.

Has anyone else heard this as well?

In any case it has encouraged me to study vocabulary more intensely.
A useful vocabulary building book.
Words for Smart Test Takers (isbn=0768907152)

Useful general GRE prep and vocabulary builder


<edit by Grant>I modified your book link to use the ISBN feature of the site</edit>

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Added link to site

Post by Grant » Wed Jul 14, 2004 1:31 pm

Thanks for the links Davorak. I added the link to the guide written by the PhD candidate from Brown University to the other resources and opinions page.

Thanks for finding the link and sharing it. I wonder how many other excellent resources are out there that we don't know about yet?

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GRE Verbal Section

Post by Vladimir Tskhvaradze » Sat Jul 24, 2004 4:34 am

GRE Verbal section is not important.

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