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    I am just beginning to study for the Quant section for the general GRE exam. I have nooo idea where to start and which books are best.

    Does anyone have any preferences with respect to books or know any great websites online?

    many thanks,
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    here

    u cn start a thread here
    http://www.urch.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=89

    but do use the search button and find relative threads, dont start a thread just to c ur name on the top start it if u have smthing imprortant to convey so that other students cn b helped. Otherwise it wld b called spamming...
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    Also dont start a thread and run out after a week or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelalane
    Hi,

    I am just beginning to study for the Quant section for the general GRE exam. I have nooo idea where to start and which books are best.

    Does anyone have any preferences with respect to books or know any great websites online?

    many thanks,
    Angela
    All right.. what kinda books u want? I mean u want the quant books or verbal or wat? u can get all the info frm the threads here. I ll repeat my words to use the SEARCH button. its a gud option.
    Reagrding websites u can try
    http://www.gre.org/?
    http://www.studygre.com/
    http://www.infozee.com/
    http://www.crack-gre-test-prep.com/index.htm
    http://800score.com/gre-download.htmlin general...
    for specific sites like for english etc u can use
    www.englishgrammartutor.com
    wordsmith.com
    dictionary.com
    etymologic.com

    also do refer GRE wordlist and books like
    1)How to build a better vocabulary-rosenbum
    2)all about words-rosenbum
    3)word power-Normal lewis

    If u wanna knw more I have tons to material to guide u
    Raghav

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    Starting off with Quantitative Aptitude in the GRE general test

    Quote Originally Posted by angelalane
    Hi,

    I am just beginning to study for the Quant section for the general GRE exam. I have nooo idea where to start and which books are best.

    Does anyone have any preferences with respect to books or know any great websites online?

    many thanks,
    Angela
    Hi Angela.
    I faced a similar problem when I started Quant about a month ago. What seemed to be obvious to most was Greek as far as I was concerned. A little bit of googling in addition to a detailed search of TM however, yielded the following results which I found extraordinarily useful :

    General links for basic formulae and practice questions

    http://www.swt.edu/slac/gre/GREQUANT.html (basic formulae)
    http://www.urch.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14622 (basic formulae and flash cards) http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/m.../math_help.htm (basic formulae and practice)
    http://www.syvum.com/gre/ (lots of practice questions)
    http://www.number2.com/exams/gre/com.../index.cfm?s=0 (some more practice)
    http://www.urch.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25423 (GMAT Official guide questions - you might need the Adobe korean font for this)

    Link for the Adobe Korean Font : http://www.adobe.com/products/acroba...nfontpack.html (File size : 5.2MB)

    Links on Probability/ Permutations and Combinations

    http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...picCode=permut (Permutations - formulae and practice)
    http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...picCode=combin (Combinations - formulae and practice)
    http://www.themathpage.com/aPreCalc/...mbinations.htm (practice questions)

    The credit for these primarily to goes to Dingus, Scheng75 and hinanshaikh. Thanks guys


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    thx for such useful stuff..hi all am new to this forum

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    Thanks for the Links. These are great.

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    thank u guys its of gr88 help
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    hi, raghav..can u please post me good maths materail for GRE quantitative secyion..i am really in a need it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illusionz
    Hi Angela.
    I faced a similar problem when I started Quant about a month ago. What seemed to be obvious to most was Greek as far as I was concerned. A little bit of googling in addition to a detailed search of TM however, yielded the following results which I found extraordinarily useful :

    General links for basic formulae and practice questions

    http://www.swt.edu/slac/gre/GREQUANT.html (basic formulae)
    http://www.urch.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14622 (basic formulae and flash cards) http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/m.../math_help.htm (basic formulae and practice)
    http://www.syvum.com/gre/ (lots of practice questions)
    http://www.number2.com/exams/gre/com.../index.cfm?s=0 (some more practice)
    http://www.urch.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25423 (GMAT Official guide questions - you might need the Adobe korean font for this)

    Link for the Adobe Korean Font : http://www.adobe.com/products/acroba...nfontpack.html (File size : 5.2MB)

    Links on Probability/ Permutations and Combinations

    http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...picCode=permut (Permutations - formulae and practice)
    http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...picCode=combin (Combinations - formulae and practice)
    http://www.themathpage.com/aPreCalc/...mbinations.htm (practice questions)

    The credit for these primarily to goes to Dingus, Scheng75 and hinanshaikh. Thanks guys


    i really need this......

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