http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005J4 ... P6J10VEKBV
Here's pretty much the full details (yes, it's copied from the review I put up on Amazon):
There is very little here besides high school material. There is some calculus, but it goes no further than the fundamental theorem of calculus. There is some graph theory and some probability, but there is absolutely no multivariable calculus, no topology, no number theory, no analysis, no set theory beyond a few basic definitions you probably learned in high school, and no abstract algebra. Their "coverage" of linear algebra is laughable: it's only matrix addition and multiplication, finding inverses, row reduction, and some transformations of geometric figures.
Let's put it this way: this *might* be a decent study guide for the *SAT* subject test. This is not appropriate at all for the GRE. That's it. I will now try everything I can to get my money back.