May be I was the first reader of this book. VocaBuilder developed in front of me, even the name of the masterpiece is my brainchild. It wasn’t this organized or perfect at that time. It has undergone through many quality control processes since then. Two years of work and it’s worth it. Was I helped or not by this, my current position will answer the question. Vocabulary WAS the most pathetic part of GRE preparation. If you want to know why I used the verb WAS, start reading.
-Salman Bin Hossain, PhD student, University of Louisiana at Monroe, +13182672365
I went through some of the pages of the draft and it caught my eyes because of its powerful and simple describing and assembling of GRE words together with some interesting ‘notes’. I hope this book will be of great help to all GRE takers to learn difficult words easily. I’m sure if one goes through it with real passion of learning words, then he will be able to learn most of its words in his very first attempt. But of course, learning GRE words requires some diligent effort and this book will pave the way for that.
– Dr. Saidul Saeed, University of Connecticut, +12055203218
Farhad Hossain Masum is a PhD student in Natural Resource Economics in Louisiana State University. He engages in creating online material for higher study in USA and co-founded NexTop-USA (www.nextopusa.com) as a platform to help students achieve higher study in USA. He is also a passionate science communicator (www.bigganjatra.org) and translator (www.onubadokderadda.com)
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