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There are three levels (easy, medium, and difficult) that each consist of 10 powerful exercises covering 100 words each. You'll discover high-frequency words that have appeared in previous GREs, increasing your chance for better test results!
All audio is carefully narrated by two professional voiceover artists for easy listening and quick learning. If you're preparing for the GRE and want to get on the "fast track" to better results, then this audio course is for you.
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By SY on 01-29-16
Pretty Great Study Aide
What made the experience of listening to GRE Vocabulary 3000: Official Test Prep the most enjoyable?
This audiobook was really convenient. I work full time and haven't had as much time as I would like to study. This worked out perfectly for me because I could listen to the book on the train to and from work. The two narrators also make it easier to stay interested and focused.
Which character – as performed by Jared Pike and Daniela Dilorio – was your favorite?
I think that having both voices is really good. They switch off which is nice because it helps you make sure you're not spacing out.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It would be really hard to listen to the whole thing in one sitting, and I would actually recommend listening to it a couple of time.
Any additional comments?
This was just a really helpful book.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Ryan on 11-22-15
In a Word....Artless
What disappointed you about GRE Vocabulary 3000: Official Test Prep?
First, its nowhere near 3000 words of Prep. If you dont know the easy and moderate words you didn't pass elementary school. Of the 'hard' words maybe 1/3rd of them are good review for the test. The synonyms and antonyms are lazy, unhelpful, and often barely correct. The sentences are often just a rehash of the definition, and again, are often very lazy. Here are some examples:-missionary and enlist are considered hard words-"synonym: accept, antonym: reject"..wow thanks-"Lavage Sentence: He lavaged his clothes" ..lazy sentence that does not help define or teach the word and instead focuses on an old definition. Lavage means to medically wash a hollow organ. Its etymology includes the more basic definition of simply washing, but you're at a disadvantage if all you remember for the test is 'to wash'. The definition does state the word means 'to clean especially medically' but that is still lacking.
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