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I purchased this book with about a month's worth of time to study for my GRE. I read through it once without taking notes. Then I went back through it and with each paragraph I read, I wrote a sentence or two in my notes about what that paragraph had said. The book claims to teach you everything you'll need to know to ace the test and when I got there I found it really had. Consequently I absolutely nailed that exam (99th percentile!). There was only a handful of questions that I encountered on the test that I wasn't sure of, and most of them I could actually tell you where in the book the answers had been I just couldn't remember the exact concept. In all actuality, I think I learned more from this book about certain topics than I did from my four years of formal undergraduate education. It gives you a sample test for you to check your progress which is also nice. It even has a chapter in the appendix that gives you great tips about applying to graduate schools and what type of school and degree you should pursue for various career goals. This book was definitely a superb study resource. That being said, no matter how good of a resource it is, it won't help you if you don't put in the time and effort yourself to utilize it to its fullest extent. So give yourself plenty of time beforehand to study the heck out of this thing and that GRE will be the easiest test you've ever taken.
Great study guide. The practice test was really helpful and helped me pass the HESI A2 with flying colors. I think maybe the A & P section could have a little more in detail but if you've taken those courses already you should be fine.
I received this item damaged, one of the quarter holes looks like someone pushed their thumb through it. I guess you get what you pay for. Won't bother to return it because it just isn't worth it. I guess i'll keep it for myself, instead of giving it as a gift.
Why does anyone buy Microsoft Word when Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, Powerpoint...) is available for the same price? I bought this product thinking I was upgrading Microsoft Office 2007, and now find that I can't use Excel or Powerpoint. OK, maybe I am a newbie, but why does anyone purchase just Word? Feeling very ripped off....