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    Question GRE Chemistry Subject Test Patterns? (help)

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    i dont know any thing about gre subject like its pattern ,style, boooks . but i have high dreams. please help me by providing guidance
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajniratti
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    i dont know any thing about gre subject like its pattern ,style, boooks . but i have high dreams. please help me by providing guidance
    thanks
    To find necessary piece of information yourself - it is very valuable skill. Simple request to google immediately brings this:
    http://ftp.ets.org/pub/gre/007625.pdf

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    thanx a lot Holden

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajniratti
    thanx a lot Holden
    You are wellcome!
    Actually, besides this, there are very few information is available. There are couple preparation books on Amazon. I will probably get them somewhere in mid-fall...
    Everybody is wellcome to share any available&valuable info

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    For Inorg and Phy Chem, try the Atkins books. For Org Chem, try Carey & Underwood. For Anal Chem, practice on Skoog and other books having laboratory problems on spectrophotometry.

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    i think, if you do not have the books recommended by our friends, you don't need to buy them and in the long run, you will end up what? 3 chem books of different subjects in which majority of each book will contain similar topics and similar principles.

    my phychem are laider and meiser (quite difficult to understand for me), alberty and silbey(fine), and maron (quite old, but the principles are so good, you can understand them)

    my organic are mcmurry and march
    my analytical are hargis and skoog
    my inorganic are atkins, meissler and tarr, and chang

    imagine... studying those books again and again...

    good luck

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