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Every year students pay as much as $ to Test Prep companies to prepare for the GRE. Now you can get the same preparation in a book. GRE PREP. Nova's GRE Math Prep Course provides the equivalent of a 2-month, hour course. Although the Writer & publisher of the Nova Press line of test-prep books. Nova's GRE Verbal Prep Course provides the equivalent of a 2-month, hour course. Although Writer & publisher of the Nova Press line of test-prep books.

But first, from the big list of GRE prep guides available, how do you choose the one most suitable to you? What it is: It is a good idea to start your GRE preparation with this guide that includes six math books and two verbal books. Each of the eight books is dedicated to a topical area of the test—algebra; fractions, decimals and percents; geometry; number properties; word problems; quantitative comparisons and data interpretation; reading comprehension and essays; and text completion and sentence equivalence. At the end of each book, three sets of practice questions are arranged by the level of difficulty—easy, medium, and hard. It is a great book to learn GRE concepts and techniques and apply them to some really good questions. Explanations of concepts and questions are clear. The verbal books give you sound techniques and good reading practice and techniques. Because of the vast amount of information in these eight guides, they are not useful for those who hope to do it all in the last minute. The six math guides teach you well but do not contain many difficult questions that prepare you for excellence. In the two verbal guides, the questions on text completions and sentence equivalence depend on hard vocabulary rather than the difficult structures that the GRE demands. Get it here: It is the only official guide available for the test and is called the authoritative guide to the GRE for a good reason. It therefore provides invaluable insight into the minds of the GRE graders and creators.

However I would not recommend you to practice any questions from this book, as they are very easy and much lower in difficulty than the actual GRE. Unless you are a very basic GRE learner, I would not ask you to spend much time beyond learning the strategies from this PR book. For someone who is very bad at Mathematics or wants to first practice on basics of verbal, he or she can definitely spend a few weeks finishing this guide.

Verdict: For the more determined and advanced learners, they should go through the verbal strategies only.

It is a decent book at best and has some really good questions on the reading passages and the quantitative portion. Stay away from any of its strategies but definitely do all of its questions except the text completion and the sentence equivalence, which are below par the actual GRE. Moreover the AWA strategies are really good and you must use those to write your essays. Verdict: A good book for extra practice on quant and reading passages especially for harder questions — AWA also a must do.

But the reading passages and the questions are definitely good. Do not read any strategies from this book as they are useless — Princeton is a much better book for that. For extra practice on reading comprehensions Kaplan is definitely a great book.

Verdict: Do the reading passages only and skip the rest.

All of these books contain very basic non-GRE like questions and strategies to solve them are also irrelevant to what you would need to do reasonably well on the exam Mastery of the concepts from these books will definitely not help you do any way near average on the actual GRE exam.

These books have hundreds of basic questions that would help you only if GRE Math and English is a tall mountain to climb. Verdict: Not at all recommended for serious GRE contenders. Definitely recommended for very basic learners. The math section does not reflect the question level that you would see on the actual GRE exam.

Just like McGraw this books can be used for basic practice but it will not get you competitive score. Moreover the strategies discussed in this book are also not very helpful. The reading passages are as if taken from a local Pakistani English newspaper and lacks severely on dense passages. Verdict: Only useful for those who want to first work at the very basic level. Twenty-three chapters provide comprehensive review of GRE math.

Includes examples and more than exercises!

Arranged from easy to medium to hard to very hard. Diagnostic Test: The diagnostic test measures your strengths and weaknesses and directs you to areas you need to study more.

If your target is a top tier, this is the book! More Thanks for dropping by! Feel free to join the discussion by leaving comments, and stay updated by subscribing.

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Printed books are shipped from our centrally located warehouse in Kentucky. While Princeton Review is great if you want quick strategies, I think the Nova is best for those who really have the time to study for the GRE. Also in terms of difficulty, the problem sets in Nova are more complex I think, and the math is a bit more challenging, compared to the Kaplan and Princeton Review books.

I only wish I had started with and focused completely on the Nova prep guide. I felt like I had wasted my time on the other two books because of the name. Man I wish I started on Nova sooner!!! Free shipping outside of the United States when ordering 5 or more copies. For students aiming to ace the math section of the GRE, this is the book for you.

Practice: Includes examples and more than exercises! Arranged from easy to medium to hard to very hard.