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shazkan
12-25-2003, 07:22 AM
Hi folks

I'm taking the GRE General test on the 5th of Jan.

I need some practise tests or questions ASAP. My main problem while practising so far is that I run out of time. I reckon that if I practise enough I can get more control over my time management during the test taking.

I have the GRE 10th edition book as well as the Prep product from 800score. I am willing to share my material with someone if they can correspond with some material of theirs.

Please let me know if there are any online sources wherre I can get instant access to some challenging tests or sets of practise questions. As I don't have much time, I can't wait for the 5-10 days it takes for a CD/Book to be delivered to me. I live in NZ.

Any input will be appreciated.

Cheers

Fortune
12-25-2003, 11:56 AM
Buy a BIG BOOK. there r lots of questions there.

shazkan
12-25-2003, 06:18 PM
Hi Fortune

Thanks for your reply. AsI mentioned in my earlier post, I live in New Zealand, and purchasing any book online will take at least 5-10 days to get delivered (unless I spend abt NZ$30 for sdhipping alone - not an option for me ).

Do You, or anyone else, know of any product that I can download. I'm agreeable to paying for the product as long as I can get hold of it ASAP.

Also, what is the exact name of The BIg Book. Ive searched for it on Amazon as well as Barnes & Noble, but only Amazon seems to have a 1995 edition (which I'm guessing is out of date and too old tobe suitable....?).

cheers

Erin
12-25-2003, 08:20 PM
Check out this link for more information about the GRE Big Book:

GRE Big Book (http://www.TestMagic.com/gre/gre-big-book.asp).

nullywave
12-27-2003, 07:10 PM
as I already suggested, a very usefull Q and V section for practicing is on the GRE site. (did you dawnload the Powerprep?????)
Join their diagnostic service. It is only $15 and you’ll learn a lot on each of the math abilities tested by GRE. There are some 10 questions for each math section (data analysis, problem solving, geometry, probability etc.) ordered by increasing difficulty. At first you have to answer to the questions. Once finished you can review your answers and the explanations for the right answers. I found it indispensable. Some of them are tough but once explained they seem easy. The web site is.
http://grediagnostic.ets.org.
there is also a verbal section with RC part, Antronyms, analogies and sentence completion. I only tried the RC part and, believe me, it's tough.
overall I think that, with powerprep, this is the best practice you can get.
try also the questions at http://www.west.net/~stewart/gre/