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Yes, I took the kaplan courses after trying to take the GRE on my own and it improved my score by 175 points. If you dont have time to take the courses you can still purchase their study materials. Having looked at both the princeton review and kaplan stuff, id say I0I is right ..
But anyway .. the GRE and all tests like it are a crock of **** if you ask me ..
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I took the GRE exam last year and did pretty well. I must say that take Test Prep classes and books can be really helpful. You should at least take a look at some GRE test study guides for analysis of what the test is like (the types of question in each section, and basic strategies). After that, the absolute best preparation for taking standardized tests given in the GRE test study guides (and I'm REALLY good at taking standardized tests), is taking them. Take as many practice tests as you possibly can.