« on: July 06, 2009, 10:05:56 PM »
What are the best study materials for the GRE?
Does the "practice only with authentic questions" rule apply to the GRE?
Are there any other websites that have boards dedicated to the GRE? I don't want to make the same mistake that I did with my LSAT preparation; I had wasted lots of money on Cliffs, Princeton Review, Barron's, etc...before I discovered you guys (thanks, EarlCat!), and learned the formula of PS+PT=171.
I've discovered that PS doesn't make a GRE Prep book, but they do offer tutoring and weekend courses (they don't offer full courses). Does this mean that a weekend course, while not helpful for LSAT prep, could help with the GRE?
I've done a little googling, and this is what I've come up with so far:
GRE Practicing to take the General Test, 10th edition (actual GRE tests).
Barron's GRE 2009 (I'm a bit skeptical of this, considering how crappy their LSAT prep is, but people seem to swear by it).