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Kaplan 101 Algebra Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan AP Calculus AB & BC 2010 by Tamara Lefcourt Ruby
Kaplan AP Statistics 2010 by Bruce Simmons
Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan GRE Exam Math Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Math Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 1 by Kaplan
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 2 by Kaplan
Math for Moms and Dads: A dictionary of terms and concepts...just for parents by Kaplan
MBA Fundamentals Statistics by Paul W Thurman

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  2. Math Review For Standardized Tests by Jerry Bobrow (1985)
  3. The Official SAT Study Guide by The College Board (2004)
  4. How to Prepare for the GRE with CD-ROM by Sharon Weiner Green (2000)
  5. Kaplan GRE & GMAT Exams Writing Workbook by Kaplan (2005)
  6. Cracking the GRE by Princeton Review (1997)
  7. Kaplan SAT Subject Test Physics by Hugh Henderson (2005)
  8. The Ultimate Math Refresher for the GRE, GMAT, and SAT by Lighthouse Review Inc (1999)
  9. Writing Skills for the GRE/GMAT by Mark A. Stewart (2002)
  10. Algebra II by Edward Kohn (1995)
  11. The Official Guide for GMAT Review by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) (1994)
  12. Cracking the SAT Math 1 & 2 Subject Tests by Princeton Review (2005)
  13. Essential Words for the GRE by Philip Geer (2007)
  14. Algebra I by Mary Jane Sterling (2003)
  15. Arco GRE: Answers to the Real Essay Questions by Mark Alan Stewart (2000)

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