GRE Suggestions

May 24, 2003
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www.uovalor.com
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I never coded with GRE myself, but Firefox uses it, so it's a pretty well established platform. I suppose you can find some kind of online training if you want to learn it. In person is always better as you can ask questions and stuff, but nice thing about online is you can copy and paste stuff at your own leisure to get some reference for future use. Or in some cases download the entire course materials. Having good solid reference to go on is sometimes more valuable than the training itself.

We're talking about the Gecko Rendering Engine right?
 
Jul 20, 2001
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If one isn't serious enough about one's undergrad classes to already know the material covered in the GREs, maybe graduate study isn't something to be pursued.
 
Jul 12, 2006
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neither. Just check out the various Princeton review books or Kaplan at your local library for free, take free online practice tests, and you are golden.

The general GRE is so retardedly simple that paying anyone to "coach" you for it should be classified as classic grifting.
 
Nov 30, 2012
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When I read the tiltle I thought it was about the protocol. So I guess that means I never been to Grad school.
 

pete6032

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Dec 3, 2010
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I never coded with GRE myself, but Firefox uses it, so it's a pretty well established platform. I suppose you can find some kind of online training if you want to learn it. In person is always better as you can ask questions and stuff, but nice thing about online is you can copy and paste stuff at your own leisure to get some reference for future use. Or in some cases download the entire course materials. Having good solid reference to go on is sometimes more valuable than the training itself.

We're talking about the Gecko Rendering Engine right?
Graduate Record Examination
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graduate_Record_Examinations

lol
 

mxnerd

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Jul 6, 2007
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Risky clicked because URL said stripbooks. Saw no strippers. :confused2:
Hahaha, don't know why stripbook will come out. Did not enter that word when using Amazon's search.

What I entered was only "gre prep 2016".
 
Jun 15, 2001
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The general test is pretty easy - if you can't do well on it you're not ready for graduate school. I can say that the mathematics subject test is mostly about recognizing tricks to get through the questions quickly, which I suppose is pretty appropriate for becoming a mathematician. There should be samples online. Here's one for the math test:

https://www.ets.org/s/gre/pdf/practice_book_math.pdf
 

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