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I would advise you instead to read the sentence first, then consider if any synonym pairs you see in the answers match up. While this is something you could theoretically do, the cut and paste functionality in the GRE test-taking software means that you would have to cut, paste back into the original location, and then paste again wherever you want to repeat the text.
Not only is this awkward and laborious, cutting and pasting is an easy way to introduce unnecessary error and awkward repetition into your essay if not deployed exactly correctly. They advise you to do this if you are stumped on a question that has a figure. In fact, sometimes ETS will specifically use misleading figures for questions like this. This means that if you use the image to guess the answer, you will invariably get the answer wrong. So this is definitely a last-resort strategy. Some Organization and Formatting Issues This is a comparatively minor concern, but some of the organization and formatting of this prep book make it a little less user-friendly than it could be.
For example, the quantitative comparison practice questions are listed in a chart format without the answer choices being repeated for each question. While the answer choices are the same for all quantitative comparison questions, the odd format makes the page a little hard to navigate visually.
Also, the math concept review is organized awkwardly. Instead of placing the content review first, we get question types first. These are hyperlinked to the relevant concept in the Kindle edition, but still very awkward.
It would be much simpler and clearer if the conceptual review came first, and then concepts were referenced by name instead of with bizarre codes in the chapters on the different question types. Thus, the math content review is not terribly user-friendly.
The math section is messy, like this diagram. Do I think everyone needs this book? In short, no.