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I need tips for cracking GRE

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Asked by Smita, 08 Oct '07 05:06 pm
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Learn English on first priority.
Start preparing for VERBAL of GRE and TOEFEL - by visiting web page www.ets.org & by referring Book by Baron's for GRE. The 3500 word list is very helpful. Please give yourself minimum two hours for next two months as there are a lot of material to be learned and studied.
Use this book in addition to the official Big Book and PowerPrep software. Read the strategies and hints and learn the 3500-word list, but disregard the model tests and software as you may not have that much time and they have almost nothing in common with real tests. Many students who started learning English only after high school, but this book helped them score +1500 on GRE.
I must say that do start sparing some time for Quantitive most of your preparation time should be spent with the Big Book and also familiarize yourself with the CAT GRE several days before the test date. However keep in mind that GRE tests your life and language experience of many years as well as overa ...more
Answered by PANIWALA A, 15 Oct '07 09:05 pm

 
  
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Study GRE-Verbal on your Mobile
Vocabol Now with Mnemonic support

Features
Contains about 3700 words from barrons word-list.
Each word is with definition, synonym, antonym, usage and mnemonic from MnemonicDictionary.com.
You can add your own mnemonics.
You can customize to each component individually or at same time.
You can mark each word as learned.
You can now keep track of which word you have read how many times. ...more
Answered by kalpesh, 28 Sep '09 05:19 pm

 
  
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Go to The Princeton Review nearest centre
Answered by K. Pradeep, 09 Oct '07 03:54 pm

 
  
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Good reading,intelligent thinking ,hard work ,good maths and also good reading skills.
Answered by kapil parashar, 08 Oct '07 06:36 pm

 
  
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Be aware with a gre
Answered by raghu, 08 Oct '07 05:08 pm

 
  
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