- Series: Manhattan Prep GRE Strategy Guides
- Paperback: 1920 pages
- Publisher: Manhattan Prep Publishing; Fourth edition (June 3, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937707911
- ISBN-13: 978-1937707910
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3.6 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 114 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,584 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Manhattan Prep GRE Set of 8 Strategy Guides (Manhattan Prep GRE Strategy Guides) Fourth Edition
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In 2000, Teach for America alumnus and Yale graduate Zeke Vanderhoek had a radical idea: students learn better from better teachers. His vision of what test prep could be if written and taught by great educators led him to start Manhattan Prep. Since we began, Manhattan Prep has grown from a boutique tutoring company to one of the world’s leading test prep providers, offering GMAT, GRE, LSAT, ACT, and SAT courses and tutoring worldwide.
We believe test prep should be real education. From our instructors to our materials, we work to teach you the skills you’ll need to succeed on the test, in school, and beyond.
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I like how the books go into the different pitfalls and include tips and tricks on how to avoid them.
Primarly, these books gave exposure to the test taker on how to ID and attack questions quickly.
If we all had the time, we can probably figure out most of the questions to a great degree of accuracy. However under stress and timelimit, this book will help you figure out the questions before you even start answering them.
My issue with this set of books is with only 5% of the material. The user should be aware of these possible issues so they dont waste their time:
Some of the books felt a little padded. For example. the text/sentence completion spent the first 100 pages telling you how to read a sentence when their tips can be summarized into ONE bullet point: Look for the target word, clue word, pivot word, then fill in with your own word. Pretty much, if you want to do well in with sentences and fill in the blanks, you need a vast vocab which is in the back of the book. One should start with the words first then learn the sentences as that will be the most time consuming part. There are also some typos and an inference errors but i can let those pass. The a few sample questions make the same mistakes it teaches you to avoid. "dont assume the answer". the answers to some of the sample questions does make an assumption. The quality of the books were sometimes inconsistent. The section for combinations and arrangements didnt really explained how combinations work, but just went straight into just how to fill out a chart or plug numbers into a formula. While another section will go into detail on how to add decimals and what the digits mean.
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