(April 21, 2011) - New Test Prep Resource for GRE® revised General Test Launch
Princeton, N.J. .(April 21, 2011) —
In advance of this August's launch of the GRE® revised General Test, ETS and McGraw-Hill Professional have published The Official Guide to the GRE® revised General Test. The book familiarizes students with the new question types and test-taker friendly enhancements to help them do their best.
Offered in print and e-book versions through McGraw-Hill Professional’s website (http://mhprofessional.com/) and wherever books are sold, the Guide offers an inside look at the new question types and new test-taker-friendly design in the GRE revised General Test coming August 1, 2011. Also included is information on the skills being tested in each test section, scoring information, and hundreds of authentic GRE test questions that test takers can use for practice. Both the print and e-book versions retail for US$35.
"We are committed to making sure that test takers get the highest quality test preparation available," says David G. Payne, VP & COO, Higher Education Division at ETS. "We are proud to work with McGraw-Hill to help ensure that test takers around the world get access to this test preparation material." More features of the book include:
- Two complete actual GRE tests in the new revised format — one in the book and one on the official POWERPREP® II CD-ROM for a complete simulated test experience for the computer-based version of the exam
- In-depth descriptions and samples of all the different kinds of GRE Verbal and Quantitative questions, with valuable tips for answering them
- Detailed information about the Analytical Writing essay tasks, with sample responses and actual raters’ comments
Christopher Brown, Publisher for Education in McGraw-Hill Professional, says, "McGraw-Hill is proud to publish this outstanding official ETS GRE guide. As a leader in educational publishing, we are committed to helping students around the world achieve their goals. Partnering with ETS enables us to support that effort by giving applicants to graduate and professional programs the authoritative GRE guidance that only ETS can provide."