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I used this as my only resource for a couple of months of preparation. The verbal section, especially reading comprehension, is terrible. I got questions wrong time and again. After reading the answer and explanation, I still couldn't see why the answer I had picked was wrong. After wasting too much time beating my head against the wall regarding reading comp. with Kaplan, I started looking at other prep sources and found some that were much better, like the ETS book and Magoosh.com. I got a perfect score in the verbal section on the actual GRE; I still can't figure out the reasoning on Kaplan's reading comp. questions. This tells me Kaplan's questions and answers are simply poorly conceived and written. It wasn't me, it was them.
I used this yesterday on my dark hardwood floors. I saw reviews of people loving this product, so I decided to try it. This product left terrible streaks and residue on my dark hardwood floor. Ugh..Now I need to buff with microfiber to get the residue off. Dark hardwood is a challenge...this product is not appropriate for dark shiny hardwood...save yourself time and effort...don't use!!! (I used my e-cloth dust mop head to buff out the residue and streaks...much easier than on my hands and knees, which is how I started out.)
Requiring additional prep in mathematics, I followed the advice of previous users of The Princeton Review's, 'Cracking the GRE, 2010' in combination with Kaplan's 'GRE Exam Math Workbook, Seventh Edition'. 'Cracking the GRE, 2010' was a great comprehensive prep, covering not only the effective techniques to utilize when taking the exam but a great (re)primer for the quantitative section. After completing the 'GRE Exam Math Workbook', I used the The Princeton Review website to access and take their version of the Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) used by ETS (the GRE author and administrator) - which is included as a part of the 'Cracking the GRE' work tools. It was great to get a feel for the exam and it was perfect for applying what I learned in writing the two essays that are now a part of the GRE. My advice, immerse yourself by blocking off a good three hours at a time for reading and testing on each chapter. Give yourself NO LESS then four weeks of good solid study prior to test.