Answered By: Jeremy Darrington
Last Updated: Sep 12, 2016     Views: 51

The Library does NOT purchase these books on a regular basis.  You can search  the  Catalog for the subject Graduate Record Examination --Study guides. Some current ones are listed below:

  • Conquering the physics GRE by Yoni Kahn and Adam Anderson. Cambridge: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012.
    • Temporarily shelved at Lewis Library (SCI): Term Loan Reserves, call number QC32 .K346 2010
  • Math workout for the new GRE by Doug French. 2nd ed. New York : Random House, 2011.
    • Lewis Library (SCI): Reference (Information Desk), call number QA43 .F64 2011
  • McGraw-Hill’s conquering the new GRE math by Robert E. Moyer. New York : McGraw-Hill, 2011.
  • Cracking the GRE by Karen Lurie, Magda Pecsenye, and Adam Robinson. New York : Random House, 2010.
    • Firestone Library (F), call number LB2367.4 .L83 2010.

Also, check the Princeton Public Library catalog.

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