McGraw-Hill's GRE, 2013 Edition

McGraw-Hill's GRE, 2013 Edition by Steven Dulan
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The new annual edition of McGraw-Hill's popular guide to the GRE General Test. A multimedia package combining print, video, and online practice.

About the Book

McGraw-Hill's GRE--specially created by nationally renowned test-prep experts--offers test-takers these valuable features:

Complete coverage of the revised GRE test format

6 complete practice tests (4 in the book, 2 more online)

NEW: 20 online coaching videos demonstrating GRE problem-solving techniques

Eye-catching, 2-color, 16-page Welcome section on heavy stock including How to Use This Book, GRE Study Plan, 50 Top Strategies for Test day, Information for International Students, Getting the Most from the Online Tests, and more.


In the book:

--4 practice paper-and-pencil GREs with in-depth explanations

--Complete review of all the math and verbal skills GRE-takers need

--Strategies for answering every question type

--GRE vocabulary list

--Sample Analytical Writing essays at varying score levels.

--Special information for international test-takers


--2 more practice GREs

--NEW: 20 coaching videos demonstrating GRE problem-solving techniques

Other Benefits:

--Complete coverage of the revised GRE format

--Practice with sample GREs that simulate the real exam

--Strategies for every question type

--Essay-writing help

--Expert guidance from a nationally renowned GRE coach

--Special information for international test-takers

--More GRE practice online

--Online coaching videos demonstrating GRE problem-solving techniques

Market / Audience

In August 2011 a dramatically new format was introduced for the GRE. McGraw-Hill's GRE was one of the first guides to provide complete coverage of the new test features. The revised test is partially computer-adaptive (the old one had no computer-adaptive functions), and it has several all-new question types.

Thousands of graduate programs require the GRE for admission. In addition, more than 500 business schools worldwide now also accept GRE scores for admission to MBA programs. The list includes many top-ranked schools such as Harvard, IE, INSEAD, MIT Sloan and Stanford.

In 2010, the GRE General Test was taken by about 675,000 candidates. Test volume outside the United States increased 13% in 2010.

The number of GRE takers outside the US in 2008 was approximately 172,000, with the largest numbers in China (52,000) and India (55,000).

About the Author

Steven W. Dulan (East Lansing, MI) is the founder and president of Advantage Education, Inc., which offers live test-prep classes at high schools and colleges throughout Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Colorado, as well as distance-learning programs over the Internet.
Publication Date:
08 / 06 / 2012

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