Cracking the GRE with CD-ROM, 2006 (Graduate Test Prep)

Cracking the GRE with CD-ROM, 2006 (Graduate Test Prep) - Princeton Review, Karen Lurie, Adam Robinson, Magda Pecsenye

I realize that writing a review is a bit indulgent as this book, already updated in the last few years, is going to be doubly redundant with the coming of the new GRE in August. But, I did spend a lot of time with this book, praising and damning it in turn, and I know it helped me get my very satisfying score. *Buffs nails on shoulder*

I'd say The Princeton Review, while thorough, is better for those worried about their Verbal Scores as there were a couple things lacking in their Quantitative Section (which is where I sorely needed help). But, it reminded me enough of the basics that I could use the famous P-O-E to get me through the worst of the rest of the exam.

Anyway, thanks book. I hope you get recycled into something lasting.