I recently used this book to review for the GRE. Unlike many other "Dummies" books, I found this one to be unnecessarily confusing, wordy and scattered--turning what should be pretty basic material into something much more complicated than it needs to be. Part of the problem is the disordered way that the material is presented. There are many instances in which the author presents material that requires knowledge of a theorem or formula that's presented later in the book. Does the author really expect people to be able to do proofs before understanding the basic geometric theorems and formulas? Come on!
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