Decent book, terrible software, nonexistent tech support,
This review is from: Cracking the GRE with Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2005 Edition (Paperback)The text of this book is a decent prep for the GRE general test. But the accompanying CD might as well be a coaster.
I registered online to establish an account, then took the first test off the CD-ROM. When the program failed to authenticate my information with the website, it erased all the answers I'd provided for the test.
Thus begrudgingly I decided to take the first of the free online-only tests advertised on the cover of the book. Lo and behold, that function doesn't work at all. Why am I not surprised? The pop-up window that appeared contained not a GRE practice test but an impenetrable error message insisting I was using Mozilla (I was using Internet Explorer; I don't even have Mozilla on my machine!) and urging me to notify a certain tech support address of the problem.
I emailed the address given -- surely, I hear you say, that message didn't bounce! Alas, my brothers and sisters, it is my duty to inform you that the message did, indeed, bounce.
I will never purchase another Princeton Review product.