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Great for the new GRE. I took the GRE before it changed, did ok. I then used this book to study for the new GRE and did significantly better.
My husband and I wanted to get some board games to play with our 6 year old and 4 year old. After looking through all the board games I remembered as a child, we bought Sorry! along with a couple of others. So far our children love the game. If you're aware of the original game from decades ago, the only difference between this version and the other is they've added a "fire" and "ice" feature (two little rings.. nothing electronic). We haven't used the fire and ice aspects, yet, since we wanted to make sure our children could understand the basic principles of the original game. After 1 full game was played they understood the rules so we'll add fire and ice next time.
I liked this for a couple of days, but it would not automatically connect to my iPhone. I kept having to go into the settings and choose the device. It works fine when connected, but the fact that it wouldn't automatically connect every time was a problem for me. So instead of it using it in the house, I use it in my car which only has an AUX input and not audio bluetooth connectivity. And for that reason, I gave this 3 stars since I found a use for it, although it wasn't the reason I purchased it initially.
I purchased this trap about a month ago to hopefully start putting a dent in a massive ground squirrel population on rural property. So far I have only caught 4 squirrels. For bait, I've been using sliced oranges, apples, and dry dog food. They eat the bait that I put outside to lure them near the trap, but they are not going into the trap itself. The bait inside is left untouched. I have the trap sitting on top of some plywood, so they can not burrow underneath to grab the bait. Haven't decided yet, the ground squirrel colony (200+) I'm trying to get rid of is either too smart and/or too stupid to figure out how to get in!