The Graduate Record Examination GRE, by ETS is a postgraduate academic test that needs time and perseverance to ace. ETS, the examining body for GRE has some generalized advice here
While minding individual differences in personal study, style, time availability and comprehension, we bring you sure strategies to make your desired high GRE score.
- Familiarize yourself with GRE pattern of test administration, content, duration of each session and so on. See previous blog post on general info about GRE
Purchase GRE practice books, CDs and softwares. There are many GRE practice books, in hard cover and electronic formats that are invaluable to a successful GRE. It is important NEVER to rely on one book, as each book has its own short comings. Examples of GRE practice books are, Grubber 2015, Barron’s GRE, Nova GRE Math Bible, Kaplan, Princeton Review and many others.
Practice Hard: After purchasing at least 5 different GRE books, the real preparation just begun. Review the quantitative, verbal reasoning and analytical writing section of each book. The tougher a particular practice book seems to appear, the better for you.
Take time to prepare: To ace your GRE, you need to take time off, and sink your head in serious preparations. To be sure, have at least 2 months of GRE practice and tutorials, with about 4 hours daily. Well, this is just recommendation, and not a rule.
Link up with GRE prep tutors and candidates. It can be relieving to share with other experienced people. It helps your preparation and makes you up to date with latest trends and tricks. Apart from this blog
, other online sites and forum we can recommend are gremaster