The GRE Quantitative Comparisons & Data Interpretation by Manhattan Prep offers you a comprehensive review of one of the most demanding and tricky aspects of the GRE test.
The fourth edition of the book features updated content and dozens of new practice questions written by top GRE instructors.
Interestingly, the book is best pictured as two books brought together.
One the one hand, the Quantitative Comparisons part offers you the context; it equips you with a guideline for making sense of the kind of questions to expect in your Math test and instructs you on the top time-saving strategies and techniques that give you the knowledge of when to spend time running numbers when running numbers is the right thing to do, and when to make estimate calculations to save time.
The second part of the book, The Guide to Data Interpretation, is essentially a presentation of question types you’ll come across in the test, along with instructions on how to interpret graphs and use information gathered from multiple other sources, such as charts, to arrive at conclusions.
Why get this Math Prep Material for your GRE practice?
Along with your purchase of the GRE Quantitative Comparison and Data Interpretation prep guide, you get an one-year access to the online Manhattan Prep online tests that use adaptive technology to help you improve on your weaknesses and raise your score the more you practice.
Lastly, the book also features Check Your Skills quizzes and problem sets for every chapter to allow you to become faster and more accurate when answering the questions.
Students will want to know that, given the fact that the book covers Quantitative Comparison in six chapters but only one chapter is dedicated to Data Interpretation, students with substantial gaps in interpreting charts and graphs might find this more superficial look at the issue to be insufficient.
The book is a great prep guide for your Math test if you already have a basic understanding of concepts and principles, while the 6 practice tests ensure you are fully aware of the demands, risks and opportunities of the test for improving your test through proven strategies.