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# New Verbal and Math Books

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20 Mar 2004, 16:58
Cliff's Notes Published a new Verbal Book:

<A HREF="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect?tag=gmatclub-20&path=tg/detail/-/0822020343">CliffsтДв Verbal Review for Standardized Tests </A>

Here is their Math Review Book:

<A HREF="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect?tag=gmatclub-20&path=tg/detail/-/0764563742">CliffsтДв Math Review for Standardized Tests </A>
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21 Mar 2004, 03:24
The first book - verbal review .. dont think that is a new book. I had used that for my test prep .. basically contains good grammar and verbal concepts for a host of exams. there are sample questions that appear on all types of exams .. the format of some types of qs is totally different .. but overall I would rate this a good book for the verbal concepts it has.

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22 Mar 2004, 15:10
trishuls wrote:
The first book - verbal review .. dont think that is a new book. I had used that for my test prep .. basically contains good grammar and verbal concepts for a host of exams. there are sample questions that appear on all types of exams .. the format of some types of qs is totally different .. but overall I would rate this a good book for the verbal concepts it has.

Thanks Thishuls. IT is very helpful. I just found these, so I called them new; appologies for the misrepresentation.
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# New Verbal and Math Books

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