Book Title: Manhattan Review GRE Sets, Statistics & Data Interpretation Guide [3rd Edition]: Turbocharge Your Prep
Publisher: Manhattan Review
Author: Joern Meissner
Related BooksAbout the Series: The Turbocharge Your GRE
Series consists of 13 guides that cover everything you need to know for a great score on the GRE. Widely respected among GRE educators worldwide, Manhattan Review's GRE prep books offer the most professional GRE instruction available anywhere. Now in its updated 3rd edition, the full series is carefully designed to provide GRE test-takers with exhaustive GRE preparation for optimal test scores. Manhattan Review's GRE prep books teach you how to prepare for each of the different GRE testing areas with a thorough instructional methodology that is rigorous yet accessible and enjoyable. You'll learn everything necessary about each test section in order to receive your best possible GRE scores. The full series covers GRE verbal, quantitative, and writing concepts from the most basic through the most advanced levels, and is therefore a great study resource for all stages of GRE preparation. Students who work through all books in the series significantly improve their knowledge of GRE subject matter and learn the most strategic approaches to taking and vanquishing the GRE. About the Author: Professor Dr. Joern Meissner
has more than 25 years of teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He is the founder of Manhattan Review, a worldwide leader in test prep services, and he created the original lectures for its first test preparation classes. Prof. Meissner is a graduate of Columbia Business School in New York City, where he received a PhD in Management Science. He has since served on the faculties of prestigious business schools in the United Kingdom and Germany. He is a recognized authority in the areas of supply chain management, logistics, and pricing strategy. Prof. Meissner thoroughly enjoys his research, but he believes that grasping an idea is only half of the fun. Conveying knowledge to others is even more fulfilling. This philosophy was crucial to the establishment of Manhattan Review, and remains its most cherished principle.