depends what score you need
hi friends, i will be taking my gre in less than 2 weeks, now i'm panicking big time! coz i have a full time job (with
OTs) leaving me very little time left for preparation....
my progress so far:
verbal: only studied barron's top 333 highest frequency word + kaplan +
princeton review hit parades (NO TIME TO DO BARRON's 3500 words --> am
how should i maximize my vocab pool? (starting to do barrons will be
too late now i guess (still have to work day time til late evening)....
recently i have been focusing my time on doing BIG BOOK practices
(verbal only), and not doing so well........10-15 errors out of 38
questions >__< and not really improving, should i keep doing these real
mock tests, or should i change strategy to memorize more vocab
instead...if so....where can i find the most accurate, say top 1000
for maths, having really started anything to be frank, if i only want
to focus on the BEST MATERIAL....would NOVA and BARRON exercies be the
best? where can i do mock math tests?
any advices for my situation would be greatly appreciated!
p.s. this wil be my 3rd time taking gre....so scared and
worried...anyone, pls share your advice and help!!!! thanks ALL! good
luck to everyone
what should i do this 2 weeks to MAXMIMZE my score? =(
If you take the test as planned, I doubt your score will deviate much from your past two ones. I would give yourself a good year or two before taking it. Read a few unabridge dictionaries. Sit in on 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math classes. Go to your local high school and ask the instructors if you can sit in on their Geometry/Algebra I classes. If they laugh at you, pick up a desk, throw it against the window, and run out -- tried it, and even though it didn't change the teacher's mind, I felt better.
I've got the GRE to study for, and if you're reading this I've managed to successfully avoid doing it...
Get motivated for the GRE! : http://youtube.com/watch?v=9rFx6OFooCs
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