Best GRE Prep Books (and courses)
Toronto GRE Preparation Courses run monthly.
The Official Guide To The Revised GRE is essential to your GRE prep. It is published by the test designer.
The most important prep principle is to begin with what GRE says about its own test! The following are the most important sources of GRE preparation:
FREE GRE Preparation Aids General Test – Direct from the test designer:
– Powerprep software – the best available software to reflect the format of the test
– What level of math does the GRE assume? – GRE Math conventions
Priced GRE Preparation Aids – Direct from the test designer
– Book – Practicing to Take the GRE General Test, 10th Edition – for the 2011 GRE (still useful for math practice)
– Book – The Official Guide to the Revised GRE – Now available for the revised GRE
– Evaluation – Analytical Writing – ScoreItNow!™ Online Writing Practice
GRE Verbal Prep Blog
– a third party GRE blog to prepare for the current GRE verbal section.
GRE Subject Test Preparation – Direct from the test designer
- Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology (PDF)
- Biology (PDF)
- Chemistry (PDF)
- Computer Science (PDF)
- Literature in English (PDF)
- Mathematics (PDF)
- Physics (PDF)
- Psychology (PDF)
The Official Guide To GRE (10 edition):
Although this is based on the pre-2011 GRE format, it includes a number of “real GRE test questions” that are useful for practice.
Finally, books that do not come directly from GRE – “After Market” Books
There are many “after market” GRE books.
“After market” books may be useful as a supplement to your GRE test prep.
They should NOT be used as your sole source of GRE preparation questions.