*This book consists of 27 Actual GRE Past exams with 5000+ Practice Questions.*
Reviews the structure and content focus of the GRE General Test, provides sample questions, and suggests strategies for taking either the written or computerized GRE.
- There used to be an Analytical Reasoning section, which has now been discontinued.
- It relied on a word list of 5000 words. Nowadays, it relies on no more than 1000 words.
- The Quantitative section is almost identical. The topics and concepts have not changed much.
- Text Completions on the Verbal section are also the same.
- Reading Passages and their complexity is also indistinguishable.
The GRE Big Book is handy. It offers over 600+ Math Questions. The concepts and subject areas that these questions test are precisely what the GRE tests currently. However, the level of these 600 questions is a tad easier. If you aim to score in the 154-158 range on the Math section, then the GRE Big Book is sufficient. On the Verbal section, only the Reading Passages and Text Completions are essential. You can skip the vocabulary questions (analogies, antonyms) of the big book. The passages are lengthy and convoluted – therefore, an excellent practice for improving your speed and accuracy in reading comprehension. You can achieve a 90%+ competence in Reading Passages after practicing from the GRE Big Book.
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