Wonderful Post ..
From my 10 years of experience teaching the GRE (now with PrepScholar), I would say the most effective method we've found is to: 1) Break the GRE into “digestible skills” and identify your weakest skills and 2) Focus specifically on your weakest skills.
Remember to spend more time learning and reviewing your mistakes and less time mindlessly practicing problems. Treat every practice question seriously and give it your best. Make sure you truly understand exactly why got each question incorrect, and how to avoid making the same mistake again in the future. So the key here is focused, targeted improvement.
If you target practice and improve your performance skill by skill, before you know it you’ll be seeing a clear increase in your GRE score and soon enough, you’ll be hitting and exceeding your target GRE score.
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