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Which is the best place to study Gre-Toefl in chennai please help i want to join a course ?

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Asked by vijay, 29 Nov '07 06:42 am
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buy some good study guides and study on your own, you don't need a class to do well.
Answered by Deeps, 29 Nov '07 08:25 am

 
  
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You can prepare by studying independently. I will list the Study material:
The GRE guides on the planet are probably outnumbered only by the number of institutions claiming to give you a passport to the Indian Institutes of Management.
Choosing the right mix is not very easy and involves trial and error.
A few books and CDs that I, and a few of my acquaintances, found helpful are:
1. Barron's How to Prepare for the GRE: Graduate Record Examination, 14th edition.
This is a book every GRE aspirant is undoubtedly aware of.
It is most famous for its 50 word lists, containing arcane words the testers at ETS love to ask.
Read the book. You will totally believe that the people at ETS do not speak normal English like the rest of us.
2. GRE Big Book, published by the Educational Testing Service.
The Big Book is little known. But it is one I found extremely useful.
It contains 27 question papers culled from the paper and pencil avatar of the GRE over several years, and is published by ...more
Answered by PANIWALA A, 01 Dec '07 06:10 pm

 
  
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