Varsity Tutors GRE Study Guide will provide you with Lessons, Strategies, and Diagnostic Tests to prepare for your GRE test.
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Welcome to the 2016 edition of Varsity Tutors’ GRE Study Guide: Lessons, Strategies, and Diagnostic Tests. We hope that you’ll find the lessons contained herein useful for improving your scores on the Revised General GRE, which can help you gain admission to the postgraduate program of your choice.
While you will find some advice for test-taking in this book, its primary focus is skills-based. In other words, if you can learn how to do the math or how to read passages effectively, just to name two specific examples, you’ll do better on the test. Being able to apply your skills in a timely fashion is the main consideration in approaching the GRE, but the skills you learn and use are broadly applicable and will help you succeed even after you’re done taking your exam. What that means for you is that we’re not trying to sell you on a proprietary “method” or some made-up approach. This book is designed to teach you the skills you don’t know and remind you of the skills you have but may have forgotten.
This is an e-book, and the version of this book you are reading is a Kindle textbook, which is a feature-rich format. This book’s content may be available in other digital formats, like as a PDF or iBook, so be sure to check for availability on your preferred device.
In this book, you will find things that are familiar to you from other books, both of the physical and the electronic variety, but you may come across some features you haven’t seen before. We’re striving to push the electronic format in ways that are useful to you, our reader while maintaining a recognizable and clean layout.
The first thing you might notice is that this book is heavily linked to itself. If you browse the Table of Contents, you’ll see that its entries serve as active links that can get you to other parts of this book quickly and accurately. These links are not always perfectly obvious, so you should always try hovering your mouse over anything that might interest you, in order to see if you can click on it.
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