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5 Books Everyone Should Read Before Grad School

With grad school comes a wealth of new experiences. While professors may help you understand subject matter, there are many lessons to be learned outside of lecture halls. To help you prepare for situations not covered in your assigned reading material, our friends at Textbooks.com compiled a list of the top 5 books everyone should […]

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Barron’s GRE 21st Edition Book Review

Oh Barron’s GRE 21st Edition… when it comes to finding updates in your newly published content, we find you quite barren (No? It almost works, okay. I’ll stop now.) That one of the most noticeable changes from Barron’s 19th edition to the 20th edition was that the phrase “New GRE” on the cover was replaced […]

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GRE Math Formula eBook

Based on your suggestions, our third Magoosh GRE eBook is a compilation of must-know GRE math formulas for you to reference and memorize as you study! Though memorizing a math formula (or twelve) isn’t the only way to study for GRE Quant, knowing certain frequently-tested formulas by heart will help you improve your speed on […]

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Manhattan GRE Book Review

Burn all your other prep books! Were money not an issue, I could say this with confidence. The Manhattan Test Prep GRE series is so good that the rest of the books out there are basically jokes. That is not to say that Manhattan GRE is perfect (though it comes close in the math portion). […]

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Manhattan GRE 5 lb. Book of GRE Practice Problems, 2nd Edition (Instructional Guide Series) Book Review

When I hear that a test prep company has released a new edition of its book, my usual response is, “So whose face is on the cover this year?” Even after half a decade of several glossy new editions—and a revolving door of glossy smiles—the content in test prep books remains unchanged, and my cynicism […]

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