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Invaluable extra math practice 5 Aug 2014
By Vince Kotchian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Me: long-term GRE tutor. You: probably someone studying for the test. I hope this review convinces you to buy not only this book, but also to buy the Official Guide (if you don't already own it) and the Verbal Reasoning practice book (both published by ETS). Why? Because I believe these books will all definitely add points to your score. Even if we never work together, I hope you do well.

This math book is invaluable for one major reason: there are 150 real GRE questions inside of it. Real questions! Why am I so worked up about them? Well, ETS has been stingy so far in providing GRE practice material. Now, I and you have more ways to get used to the real test. Careful analysis of and practice with these questions helps, and I'll be using them with all my GRE students. This book also includes strategies that ETS hasn't published before - and it tells you which questions the strategies work on. This is great and unprecedented. For more complete technique, you'll probably want to check out the Manhattan Prep math guides.

Sidebar: hey, Vince - don't other companies publish GRE practice problems? Yes, they do - but they're pretty much worthless compared to the real thing. Even Manhattan Prep (which I like a lot) doesn't really write realistic math questions (and definitely not verbal questions). Don't even get me started on Kaplan...

So, I urge you to practice with and analyze these authentic questions. Carefully reviewing the concepts tested and figuring out what techniques work best will make you much better at quantitative reasoning if you invest the time. Since ETS's explanations in the book can be obtuse or mathematician-y, I'll be posting free video solutions on my YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIRZsN8eJEe4jHuITOEcShw) and on vincekotchian.com that teach easier techniques.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
GREQuantum's review: Excellent pool of additional questions 7 Aug 2014
By Mahendra Dabral - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Rule#1 for preparing for the GRE: Only use official GRE questions written by the GRE test writers. Do not waste your valuable time on substandard questions written by test prep companies.

The GRE was revised in the fall of 2011 and so far the only relevant book released by ETS is the The Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test, 2nd Edition. Other than that the key piece of software is the free Official PowerPrep II software(go to ETS's GRE website) that provides two computer based test.

This new guide provides a set of 150 practice questions. The first half of the book has 75 practice questions that are split between the four main topics on the GRE: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Data Analysis. The second set of 75 questions are part of three practice sets. I would recommend doing these tests under timed conditions, 25 questions in 40 minutes. Although, this timing is different from the computer based tests(20 questions in 35 minutes), but the overall correspondence between the two formats is the same. Read page 139 of the book for further details on how the test writers recommend you to use these sets.

All in all I highly recommend this book to anyone who is preparing for the revised GRE test. I am in the process of creating the video explanations for all of the 150 questions that will be hosted at www.grequantum.com.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Kindle issues 4 Sep 2014
By Nathan Walker - Published on Amazon.com
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This review applies to the Kindle edition.

Overall, this was a helpful tool for practicing for the exam. Unfortunately, the Kindle edition had a number of errors in it, which made this less useful as a tool. For example, one of the practice questions:

"The function f is defined as f([x+3]/2) = 3x^2 - x + 5 for all." All what? Integers? Positive numbers? Odd numbers? This might be a relevant point.

A few questions later:

"x > and x is not = to 1." Um, x is greater than what?

There are two problems with this. First, there really aren't that many questions in this book: every question that is broken takes away from the value of the book. Secondly, if you're trying to practice for the exam, training yourself to second-guess the exam questions ("Is this supposed to say...?") is counter-productive.

I got some use out of this, but just a quick review of the Kindle edition by someone at ETS could have made this more useful.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
loved it, don't miss it for your GRE exam. 24 Oct 2014
By Mercedeh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Although the quality of the paper used for this book is poor but the materials discussed very well and i think this is more important the paper's quality. Therefore i give this book 5 star.
I would up scoring better than I thought I would on the verbal 11 Dec 2014
By Sean Byrne - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this with the verbal and official GRE guide from ETS. I thought each were helpful, I read through the official guide, and did a practice test. Worked through the other two work books ( this one and the quant) and then took the second practice test. The books are redundant in that the guide has the same info as the work books, ALTHOUGH there are different practice problems. This was especially helpful since it was from the test makers themselves. I would up scoring better than I thought I would on the verbal, so the practice was well worth it, since I got a163 on the verbal and a 159 on the quant.
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