# Math Workout for the New GRE®

Book - 2013
THE PRINCETON REVIEW GETS RESULTS. The Princeton Review's Math Workout for the GRE gives you everything you need to practice your way to perfection on the quantitative portions of the GRE exam. Inside, you'll find useful reviews of key test topics, strategies for tackling tough questions, and all the practice you need to get the score you want.

Inside the Book: All the Practice & Strategies You Need

#65533; 200+ practice questions with detailed answers and explanations

#65533; Step-by-step strategies to master every type of math question on the GRE, including tricky Quantitative Comparison, All-That-Apply, and Numeric Entry questions

#65533; Helpful review of the math basics, algebra, and geometry you'll need on the Math section of the GRE

#65533; Glossary of common terms to brush up on your math vocabulary

#65533; Summary of important triggers to maximize your test-taking time

Inside the Book: All the Practice & Strategies You Need

#65533; 200+ practice questions with detailed answers and explanations

#65533; Step-by-step strategies to master every type of math question on the GRE, including tricky Quantitative Comparison, All-That-Apply, and Numeric Entry questions

#65533; Helpful review of the math basics, algebra, and geometry you'll need on the Math section of the GRE

#65533; Glossary of common terms to brush up on your math vocabulary

#65533; Summary of important triggers to maximize your test-taking time

Publisher:
New York : Random House Inc., [2013]

Edition:
3rd edition

ISBN:
9780804124621

0804124620

0804124620

Characteristics:
310 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm

Additional Contributors:

Alternative Title:
Princeton Review

Math workout for the new Graduate Record Examination

GRE®

Graduate Record Examination®

Math workout for the new Graduate Record Examination

GRE®

Graduate Record Examination®

Call Number:
378.1662 FRE

## Comment

Add a CommentAfter spending a couple hours reading this book and trying out some practice problems, I've come to find it full of errors. Many of the problems solve for the wrong solution. For example, instead of solving for the amount of water poured out of a bucket, as the questions asks, one example solves for the amount of water REMAINING in the bucket.

I don't recommend this book unless you have a solid background in mathematics and can sift out the misinformation.