- Series: Graduate School Test Preparation
- Paperback: 512 pages
- Publisher: Princeton Review; 2017 ed. edition (May 24, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 110191971X
- ISBN-13: 978-1101919712
- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 1.2 x 10.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 472 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,315 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cracking the GRE with 4 Practice Tests, 2017 Edition (Graduate School Test Preparation) 2017 ed. Edition
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* Straight to the point
* Clear explanations of how to solve problems
* They explain what might come in the GRE and try to teach you the ETS mindset
* Easy to read, almost like a story
* Practice exercises are challenging, unlike Kaplan Practice Tests
* Has many spelling and numerical mistakes, WATCH OUT
* Doesn't explain much theory, only some i.e. math principles. They just explain how to solve the problem. Their approach is that they will only explain what comes in the GRE. For me it's better to have a solid theoretical explanation.
Overall, very good for GRE. I think it's worth the money, but to have a well-rounded GRE preparation I would suggest flashcards and to review some old algebra and geometry textbooks. I bought the Manhattan Prep flashcards, and take them everywhere I go. Manhattan also has specialized textbooks for each section, it would be good to do this whole textbook and then strengthen your weak areas with Manhattan's.
The math section: I don't know but I found the practice problems super frustrating. Other reviewers found mistakes, so I sort of stopped in order to not confuse myself. The math section is very helpful for reviewing the concepts, especially the geometry. I used the ETS math review PDF (free on the ETS website) for practice problems, as well as the ETS powerprep software for practice tests. I didn't touch the full length practice tests in this book.
My findings were that the ETS verbal sections in powerprep were extremely similar to the real test. The quantitative section was more difficult in the real test than the powerprep but not as frustrating/ confusing as the practice questions in this book. I believe the math review concepts are great but I would do practice questions elsewhere. The overall tips and techniques for approaching the verbal and the writing portions, and the verbal practice questions, as well as the math concept review do make this book worth getting.
The book also has numerous spelling typos which while they don't detract from the content, they will make you more hesitant to trust this book as much as you would like.