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8/13/07 1:52 PM
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CaseyEubanks
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Edited: 13-Aug-07
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anyone know of any good online sites that will help with study for the GRE?
8/16/07 6:47 AM
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FiatLux
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Edited: 16-Aug-07
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You're question is probably to general. Some people will agree that you can study for the GRE, I pesonally don't. It makes a big difference what type of graduate program you apply to in terms of what GRE scores mean as part of your total application and if you'll be taking a subject test.
8/17/07 3:51 PM
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Edited: 17-Aug-07
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I'm not sure of any online sites, but I know you can get a book w/disc at just about any bookstore. i do think studying for it will help. if nothing else, it will get you used to the format. for the verbal part, you can't do much more than try to sharpen your vocab. the quantitative section doesn't go past high school math.
8/27/07 6:38 PM
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Edited: 27-Aug-07
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Get the Kaplan book and CD. Studying can make a HUGE difference.
9/16/07 4:48 PM
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Edited: 16-Sep-07
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Use the Barron book, that Kaplan book is shite. I hadn't done math in 10 yrs and scored a 650 on the math section after studying that book.

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