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    How to prepare for GRE? Syllabus for GRE?

    how to prepare for gre?syllabus for gre? gre preparation

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    Re: How to prepare for GRE? Syllabus for GRE?

    How to prepare for gre

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    tanya90 Array
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    Delhi, Haryana

    Re: How to prepare for GRE? Syllabus for GRE?

    Unlike vocabulary test previously the GRE syllabus has been revised & more emphasis is given to context driven questions.

    Basic sections tested in the exam :
    * GRE Quantitaive
    * GRE Verbal
    * GRE Analytical Writing


    The first two parts of the GRE tests the anlytical writing. The duration of the two sections is 75 minutes (i.e 1 hour 15 minutes)
    The Objective questions start occuring in the 3rd section , which is of 30 minutes duration comprising of 30 questions verbal section.
    The fourth, 4th section is of 45 minutes & comprise of 28 questions.

    Now, if we could refer to the individual break up of the questions in each section they could be categorized as follows :

    Verbal : 6 sentence completion question, 7 analogy based , 8 reading comprehension questions & 9 antonyms based one's...
    Take care of the computer adaptive criteria here, you need to fasten your score in those 30 minutes, no rules for skipping or arriving back to a particular section.

    Quantitative Section : Comprises of 28 questions, out of which 14 are based on problem solving approach & the remaining 14 are quantitative comparison questions. Data analysis is also a part of this section , consisting of various data interpretation questions, so equip your preparation keeping this in mind.

    Analytical Writing : This section had replaced the multiple choice reasoning questions, it tests the writing ability & thinking capability by giving 2 essays for review.

    Firstly, start your prapartion early, you need to get over with the entire sets of question before hand & keep atleast 2 months for revision & constant practice. Since, the paper equally checks your aptitude, writing & english skills you better equip your preparation in a manner where each of this aspect is covered.
    Enroll yourself either for a coaching class, well known one or purchase some material from a good institute. Since, coaching stuff is thoroughly prepared keeping all the points in mind, it would be really helpful to prepare. In the last 2 months before the exam commences try & give at least 3 papers on similar pattern a week. This would not only help boost your confidence but also make you viable for the D-day....

    Hope these tips help you, barron's word list is a must have these days, it will enhance your vocabulary in the best manner possible. Also, start reading sophisticated articles & novels from good foreign author's , read articles from online magazines like The New Yorker, The Economist. Also non-fiction books from Penguin publishers, books by authors like Norman Miller, Anthony Lewis, Richard Dawkins, Amartya Sen, Steven Johnson would help improve the language.

    P.S: One of my school friend achieved a score of 630 in the exam, last year the suggestions of book are from her side Hope this helps.... Take care ! All the best !!

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    Sadaf yasmin Array
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    May 2012

    Re: How to prepare for GRE? Syllabus for GRE?

    [FONT=Verdana][/FONT][FONT=Verdana]Hello friend,
    preparation of GRE is as follows:
    1. Practice Original Test papers:

    [FONT=Verdana]Get hold of the BigBook or any other source that has original questions and practice at least one test a day. It won't take you more than 2 hours to do three sections. Then revise the questions and solutions. In this way you can do one paper based test in 2 days.

    After each day's work, revise it carefully. Use's solutions if you have the CD. Otherwise, you can discuss with fellow students about why you got the answers wrong.

    [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]2. Practice timed CATs:[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]You should practice three full-length CATs before you go to the exam. While practicing with the BigBook, you get training on the kind of questions you will face in the exam. But practice on CATs will tune you for the front end of the exam.

    [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]3. Revise your vocabulary for 2 hours a day:[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]You can use powerful programs or word lists. But you must have several thousand words at your finger tips when you attend the exam.

    [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]4. Revision:[/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]Revise the strategies on one section every day for one hour.

    [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]5. Practice timed reading:[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]Take a 500 page book (preferably non-fiction). It will have around 1,50,000 words. GRE/GMAT expects you to have reading speeds of 400 words per minute. Which means that you should finish the book in 400 minutes or approximately 7 hours.
    [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]ALL THE BEST.....[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][/FONT]

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