McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary (Paperback)

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Skill-building flashcards that provide 500 essential GRE terms for easy memorization using the convenience of on-the-go study.

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Publisher McGraw-Hill
Mfg Part# 9780071766401
SKU 219181741
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0071766405
Release Date 6/14/2011
Physical
Dimensions (in Inches) 5.75H x 3.25L x 3.5T
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Editors Note The 500 essential terms you need to know to master GRE vocabulary--all in one box!McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary Flashcards is your edge in conquering the GRE. Expert author Steven Dulan has selected 500 key words that frequently appear on GRE exams to help you achieve up to a maximum 800 verbal score. The best part is you can use these flashcards wherever you are--at home, at the library, on the bus, anywhere! You can use these flashcards to memorize vocabulary--thanks to example sentences included with each term, or to quiz yourself to check your progress. However you use them, McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary Flashcards will help you achieve your desired score.
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0512
Publisher McGraw-Hill
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