- Did you take few, or no, math courses in college, and are intimidated by the prospect of taking the math section of the GRE?
- Have you forgotten the early high school algebra and geometry you need to succeed on the GRE?
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Many students who have to take the GRE did not take many, if any, math courses in college. In that four-year (or more) span, the math skills learned in high school naturally tend to fade away due to their lack of use. Often college students realize their mathematical deficiencies when they take a practice GRE and hit roadblocks based on not being able to recall the required skills. So, before you take a practice GRE, you need to clean out all of your mathematical cobwebs, refresh your algebra and geometry, and re-learn some of those forgotten concepts, and acquaint yourself with test-taking strategies. Once those boxes are checked, it is time to take practice GRE exams. You'll gain more confidence and attack the questions more prudently if you approach your GRE preparation in a systematic way. The GRE Math Prep Book for Students Who Have Forgotten a Lot of Their High School Math
is the perfect way to get started. It covers dozens of studying strategies and reviews and refreshes hundreds of the math concepts that may have impeded your success on practice GRE questions. The book will become an invaluable aid in making your practice GRE time efficient and rewarding and, as a result, raise your GRE score significantly.