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I have listened to less than two chapters, and am terribly disappointed in the misinformation and teaching style of this audiobook. Although the work is titled "2012," it includes completely obsolete information for the revised GRE introduced in August 2011. From the test fee, to the format and content of the sections, I estimate 80% of the information provided so far is incorrect or misleading.
If that's not bad enough, the tone of the audiobook is geared to adolescents and read so quickly that I could not interpret half of the misinformation.
Since I spend so much time in my car, I was hoping for a nice supplement to the printed study guides I am also using. Not so with this audiobook.
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