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GRE Math Workbook
     

GRE Math Workbook

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by Blair Madore
 

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ISBN-10: 0764141740

ISBN-13: 2900764141743

Pub. Date: 08/01/2009

Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated


Graduate Record Exam test takers who feel the need for extra help with math will value this brand-new workbook. Opening chapters present a general description of the GRE's General Math Exam, explaining its structure, questions types, and scoring, and advising on strategies for problem solving. Following chapters present detailed practice and review with hundreds

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Graduate Record Exam test takers who feel the need for extra help with math will value this brand-new workbook. Opening chapters present a general description of the GRE's General Math Exam, explaining its structure, questions types, and scoring, and advising on strategies for problem solving. Following chapters present detailed practice and review with hundreds of problems and solutions that focus on numbers and number theory, algebra, data analysis, and geometry. The workbook concludes with two full-length math sample sections followed by explained answers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900764141743
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/01/2009
Edition description:
Workbook
Pages:
350

Table of Contents


To the Student

Guide to Using This Book

  • 1 The GRE General

    Math Exam

  • 2 STRATEGIES AND

    PROBLEM SOLVING

  • 3 NUMBERS
  • 4 ALGEBRA
  • 5 DATA ANALYSIS
  • 6 GEOMETRY
  • 7 SAMPLE EXAMS AND

    SOLUTIONS

    Appendix: Suggested

    Facts to Memorize

    Index

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    GRE Math Workbook 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
    clste83 More than 1 year ago
    This book is in desperate need of thorough editing. I've worked through all the math review sections & exercises, and have found tons of mistakes everywhere. It is extremely frustrating trying to learn algebraic rules and geometric properties when there are typos in the formulas themselves. I've encountered numerous instances where "+" was written as '-', or the radical sign was incorrectly printed as a division sign. And I've wasted so many hours trying to re-work problems I thought I'd gotten wrong, only to realize after perusing their answer key that it was due to a misprint--sometimes in the original question, sometimes in the answer choices, and sometimes in the answer key itself. Occasionally, their solution is just completely incorrect altogether. I'd look up the problem using other resources (online, math textbooks, friends who were math majors, etc.) and they'd all give the same correct answer that was obviously different from the wrong solution this book provided. I'm very disappointed with Barron's. Their study guides are usually fairly well-written. How this piece of junk got past their editors is beyond me.