Dr Chooch

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Hey everybody. I'm posting this for my girlfriend, who is taking the GRE pretty soon. Who do you think publishes the best GRE prep book, or are different books good for different sections? Has anyone tried "GRE for Dummies"? I'm sorry if this is a repost, but I couldn't find anything on search. Thank you all so much! :p
 

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I used the Barron's GRE test prep book. It was good enough for me from what I remember. I think the key is to find a resource with lots of the logic/puzzle games that you have to solve on the analytical section.
 

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kinda odd you're asking on sdn... (better resources out there?)

my cousin used arco's and he scored 2200+
 
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