GRE Quick Learn
This compendium of 2400-plus essential GRE words (including 1000 High Frequency GRE Words) is the outcome of a decade of plumbing through all the text completion questions and reading comprehension passages of official GRE materials and also those dozens of computer-based GREs available in the market. While there are several effective ways of learning and memorizing GRE words such as the memory trick method, root based approach, etc., Nevertheless, the most effective and speedy way of learning is to understand the words and their meanings in a straight and clear cut manner- known as the "rote learning method," which gives you a bird’s eye view of the comprehensive GRE landscape word list at one simple flight! Features:1.High frequency GRE word list -1000 words. 2.An additional essential GRE word list -1400 words.3. A word list of 600 words for non-native speakers of English. 4.Easy learning experience in less time through rote method. 5. A synoptic account of vocabulary for all types of competitive exams
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GRE Word List With Memory Triggers
Like a target, Dr. Raju's GRE word list gets ingrained in your mind! This proven methodology is based on more than a decade's practical research on vocabulary acquisition, retention, and usage. Many students have no idea of the advanced university level vocabulary that appears on the GRE tests. If you are one of them, you found the right book. GRE Wordlist: Vocabulary with Memory Triggers will teach you the words you just need to know, sharply and efficiently. Absorb the words-not just acquaint with them, which is what most vocabulary books do. Try memory triggers-guaranteed to fix each word and its meaning permanently in your mind-and be a GRE word wizard!
How to use this book- Each word consists of four elements:
1. The Word: The word you wish to learn, followed by phonetic pronunciation and definition. Example: aesthetic (es THET ik)- concerned with beauty; artistic
2. The Memory Trigger: The memory trigger is a simple word that rhymes or may signify the main word. Example: Athletic
3. Trigger Sentence: The link connects the main word and the memory trick in a sentence. Example: athletic body appears aesthetic
4. Sample Sentence: Kumar carved an aesthetically pleasing wood sculpture.
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Quantitative Reasoning, Practise Questions
Dr. Raju's Quantitative Reasoning book consists of Topic wise theory, solved examples and Practise questions. This books covers all the topics in the GRE syllabus!
IELTS Mock Tests
This book is a Compilation of 10 IELTS Mock tests. This will be a good resource for practise before your IELTS Exam!