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Summer Said,
April 7th, 2011 @3:36 am  

Check your local cc for a course. They run around $100. They’re cheaper than other courses out there.

For books, go with Kaplan, Barron’s, Princeton Review or ETS. They all have good reputations, and they’re all similar. Go with a variety of sources, though. Buy at least one for this year/next. You might try used book stores/Craig’s list/… to save a little money.

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olotu Said,
April 7th, 2011 @4:26 am  

Stick to Barron’s and the ETS GRE PowerPrep and you’ll be fine. Also try number2.com. If you study with these sufficiently (consistently for two months) there’s no reason you can’t get 1400 or 1500.

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