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GREPrepBook - Powered by Predictive Algorithms
« on: 09. January 2016., 07:25:57 »

GRE Prep Book is a GRE preparation company founded by engineers and science graduate students. Their approach to standardize tests preparation is drastically different from most GRE preparation courses or books on the markets.

Traditional preparation books such as Kaplan or 5 lb. Book of GRE Practice Problems usually provide students with a comprehensive overview of the GRE test, general strategy, practice questions with explanation. On the other hands, GRE Prep Book only focuses on providing the best possible preparation questions based on big data and algorithms.

The company collects all test questions provided in the most popular GRE books and also uses automated scripts to scan through the internet and collect GRE questions that are available online. After data and GRE questions collection, the team then uses statistics and algorithms to find what are the most important types of questions and the most important GRE words. Finally, the company sends staffs to take the GRE test after studying their materials every quarter to validate the quality of their preparation book. For students who are completely new to GRE test, perhaps sticking with traditional preparation books and courses is still a better idea, but for students who already have a solid idea of the GRE test and just want to practice with some high quality GRE test questions that can lead to score improvement, GRE Prep Book Powered by Predictive Algorithms is a pretty good alternative!   

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GREPrepBook - Powered by Predictive Algorithms
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