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I signed up for the GRE 3 weeks before the test date, I work full-time, go to school part-time, and was pretty desparate for study aids that I could listen to in the car on my commute. While one clearly must supplement this audio to prepare for the GRE, this was a great way to study while on the move. It reviews the instructions for each section of the exam and provides good tips for guessing. I listened to the whole program 3 times because I found it worthwhile.
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