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GRE Study Guides: which questions are closest to the actual exam?

  1. Jun 12, 2013 #1
    Hello Aero Forum!

    I need to take the general GRE and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to which guide is best? I want to get as close to a 170 on the quant (don't we all!) as possible, so I was wondering where I can find questions closest to the actual exam. So far I have the official study guide, whose questions are insulting to the intelligence, and I've been told is horrible, the Kaplan review books, which I've been told have questions which are easier than the actual exam, and the princeton review book, which I don't know a lot about. While I'm at it, are there any online sources of questions which are close to the quant. section?
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  3. Jan 13, 2014 #2
    You can use various sites for taking help for your quant as well other sections. It's not though to prepare anything in this era of Internet. So, if you are Internet lover then now, it's all easy to get various practice sets as well online exams through which you can check your level, that how much you have to do more effort for solving various topics. However, if you wish to prepare then go to indiabix, this is one of the awesome site which will gives you a huge number of different patterns, if you solve the questions from here, I am dab sure you will have a good concept of almost every kind of problems.Not only for quant you can also gather various other sections for being expert in GRE. :)

    Hope My info will works and you will get benefits from the site!

  4. Jan 13, 2014 #3
    I tried princeton, kaplan, and barron's and barron's was definitely the hardest and most representative of the exam.
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