Algebra resources
Algebra resources
Hi guys. I just got my score back from the april exam and I got a 770. I was hoping for an 800 so I'm probably gonna retake it. Notably, I struggled most with the algebra (abstract, not so much linear) questions on the exam. I suspect that had I gotten a couple more of these questions correct I would have gotten an 800. I took an algebra course using Dummit and Foote a couple years ago but it looks like a daunting resource now for review purposes. Does anyone have any good algebra resources I can use to get better at GREtype algebra problems?

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Re: Algebra resources
Here are some resources that may be helpful; however, they may not be as specific as you desire. Both include algebra along with other material.
General Textbooks: https://marktomforde.com/academic/mathm ... tions.html
GRE Preparation: https://math.uchicago.edu/~min/GRE/
While I did not take the Math GRE due to COVID cancellations, I was studying for the algebra part using Gallian (textbook) and the Princeton Review (review book).
General Textbooks: https://marktomforde.com/academic/mathm ... tions.html
GRE Preparation: https://math.uchicago.edu/~min/GRE/
While I did not take the Math GRE due to COVID cancellations, I was studying for the algebra part using Gallian (textbook) and the Princeton Review (review book).

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Re: Algebra resources
Did you take the Math GRE in the US this April? If so, would you mind sharing which state you took it in?