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Barron's GRE Verbal Workbook, 2nd…

Barron's GRE Verbal Workbook, 2nd Edition

by Philip Geer Ed.M.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 143800379X, Paperback)

Prospective graduate students preparing for the GRE will find intensive and carefully focused preparation for the exam's verbal reasoning section in this book. The author discusses the purposes and structure of the question types, providing more than 380 example questions with explanations that demonstrate how to arrive at correct answers. Test takers will also find:

A diagnostic test that allows students to pinpoint their strengths and weaknessesExtensive practice and review chapters that cover all three general question types: sentence equivalence, text completion, and reading comprehensionTwo full-length practice tests with answers and explanationsA concise GRE Dictionary--a vocabulary list with definitions that all successful GRE test takers must master

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