EHart wrote:I made the mistake of purchasing this book without researching it first - it has a very bad rep. I didn't bother to check into it until I took the first practice GRE for diagnostic purposes: it kicked my butt very, very badly. I'm a year out from my last math class, but I'm not too far out of shape when it comes to math (and my UG grades were pretty damn good, though not quite perfect). My question is, for those who know, how much harder are the REA practice questions than the real deal? I'm trying not to get too concerned about my performance on the diagnostic test (and my Princeton book is in the mail...), but it is a little disconcerting. Many of the questions had no apparent logical progression to the solution - they seemingly required many logical leaps of faith to reach the answers (some of which I still can't decipher from their "explanations"). Is the real thing really this hard?
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