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I started this thread to allow members to post the methodologies they used to score well in the GRE .I believe this will greatly help the 2010 appers as it would help reduce the aura which sorrounds GRE and allow them to perhaps approach it with a calculated and relaxed frame of mind.

Please feel to contribute to this thread

Verbal

Wordlists

Quote: Mervin : I believe this is the most crucial part of your
verbal preparation .You will have to find a way to memorize all the
words and ensure it sticks in your head.What I did was to go through
all the word lists and mark the words I didn't know .Then I took 5
word lists at a time and typed out the words which I had marked along
with their definitions and any secondary definitions.When I was
finally done I had 10 pages named liked this
wordlist1-5.txt,wordlist6-10.txt and so on.I took a printout of those
pages and when ever I had free time I spent some time studying
them.Please note you will have to find the method which suits you best.

sgtpeppers : Seconded. Cards are also a good way to memorize. Word on one side, the definition on the other side. Good for studying in boring lectures, travelling, waiting or when you have nothing to do at work.

Word of caution - Use a reliable wordlist such as Barrons ONLY. Wordlist from GRE coaching centers, dubious GRE Prep guides are a strict no-no.

Tip - If for some reason you cannot memorize the 3,000 words of a list such as Barrons DO Princeton or Kaplan's wordlists (around 300 words each). These are high frequency occurring words and are better than doing 5-10 random wordlists from Barrons.

Shweta : would vouch from Kaplan's verbal work book. It has everything you need. There are words grouped by a similar feeling/meaning, there are tips for tackling RCs and antonyms (the antonyms tips were particularly useful since in those questions, you hardly have any hints to go on with, unlike in sentence completion or RC's).


Analogies and Sentence completion :
Quote:Mervin : The GRE big book containing 27 real question papers can be your best friend for this.You should be able to get it from esnips.com .Also do a Google search for GRE verbal questions.You will be able to find a lot of practice material

sgtpeppers : Analogies are taken care of if you have gone through the wordlist thoroughly.Sentence Completion require a lot of practice.


RC's

Quote:Mervin : I think the big book is the best source for RC's and you
can always get material from other GRE study books.The GRE throws
rather abstract subjects at you so try to widen your range of
interests by taking an active interest in science,art and
literature.The New York times is a very good site to frequent and so
is the editorial page of the Hindu

sgtpeppers : Being well versed in the strategies is also a good idea. In some RCs, you can answer all the questions without reading the entire passage. Kaplan is a great book for strategies.


Antonym's :

Quote:Mervin : It basically depends on your vocabulary,so work on
covering the word lists well and improving your vocabulary.

sgtpeppers : Once again, if you are thorough with the wordlist this is taken care of.

Quant
Quote:Mervin : I really cant give much advice on this since I struggled badly with it in the exam but please note it has become harder than what the test papers and the powerprep softwares suggest.However

a) Be clear with your concepts and definitions ,if you dont know
what a prime number is or that 1 is not a prime number then you are
asking for trouble
b) Ensure you know your formulas well
c) Practice as much as possible

This is a tip I got from someone " For those
that are yet to take the GRE, here's a little tip from me: for the
quant, try ALSO to practice from books that train you for the CAT (the
Common Aptitude Test, entrance exam for IIMs and many other
B-schools). These books typically have a lot more than necessary for
the GRE. So, practice only relevant sections. The problems in these
books are rather hard and the GRE these days requires one to have this
kind of muscle"

sgtpeppers : I liked Princeton Maths. All formulaes nicely listed, some very good questions.

Essay writing

Quote:Mervin : The best thing to do is to Practice and do try to
do the essay under timed conditions so that you get accustomed to
it.Also check out the sample essays in powerprep to see what standard
they anticipate

sgtpeppers : Write a few sample essays to get a feel of it before, there are some services which evaluate your essay and give you feedback for a reasonable charge. (eg 800score.com) I did not go for them, but I think they are a good idea.

Books used :
Quote:Mervin :

1) GRE Barrons 17th edition :
2) Barrons essential words for the GRE by Philip Geer
3) Norman Lewis - Word power made easy
4) Time (CAT) material for permutations and combinations and
probability
5) Quantitative aptitude by RK Aggarwal - Used this mainly as a
formula reference
6) Some GMAT study material I found on the net for mathematics,You
can find it on esnips

Sgtpeppers :

GRE Barrons 17th edition :I would recommend this only for the wordlist.
Norman Lewis - Word power made easy : If your GRE date is 1-2 months away, I would not recommend this book. This is a light read, I read it six months before my GRE. Not for serious prep.

I found Princeton more than sufficient for Quant - the level of questions in Princeton is quite high.


Softwares and websites

Quote:Mervin :

1) GRE bible
2) Powerprep
3) Kaplan GRE 2005 CD
4) Vocaboly

Suggested websites :

1) http://www.merriam-webster.com/
2) http://www.nytimes.com/
3) http://www.esnips.com/


Sgtpeppers: : Some more suggestions ,I downloaded a lot of stuff from greghost.blogspot.com when I was taking my GRE.


A few points from my GRE test experience which might prove
useful to those planning to take the GRE test in the near future

1) Work on your AWA/issue writing under timed conditionsThough I had practiced a few essays before I went for the exam none of them were timed and I found it rather stressful to constantly keep a eye on the
clock as well write a coherent flowing essay.Also try to get into the habit of formulating your essay before you actually write it.

2) Check your essay for careless spelling and grammatical mistakes before you go the next section,you might be surprised at just how many mistakes can be made under pressure

3)DO NOT assume the verbal will be first or Quantitative will be
first.I had got so accustomed to the verbal being right after the
essay's in the power prep tests that I was quite thrown off guard
when I found my third section was Quantitative

4) Manage your time well,I know a lot is said about how important the first 10 questions are but you don't want to spend all the time on that only.I almost made that mistake in maths and it cost me dearly in
the last 4-5 questions when I had to resort to just choosing what felt like the most probable answer.

5) Dont count your chickens before they hatch Smile - The reason I say this is because I had spent way too much time on the first 10-15 questions in the quantitative section and I had hardly any time left for the last 4-5 questions.So I assumed my maths was totally screwed up and I was pretty despondent because of that during the verbal section too.To be honest I was under the impression I would get about 600 odd in verbal and 400 odd in Quantitative and I was thinking of canceling my scores .I hope none of you have to face such a dilemma

but but before you take such a drastic step do think carefully over it.

Other suggestions :

1) Reach the test center early and try to account for traffic
snarls.You would want to be as calm and relaxed as possible while taking the test
2) I believe most of you will be using your primary ID's as your
passport,ensure your passport photo resembles you at-least a little.If your passport photo is really old do take a valid secondary Id which has a photo resembling your present appearance.
3) Take the 10 minute break available between the essay sections and the beginning of the verbal/quantitative section .You might want to forgo the break and go on and get it done with it but taking a 10 minute break to recollect your thoughts can do wonders.
4) I fortunately did not have a experimental section but some of you might have to face it,ensure you get sufficient practice to be able to sit at the computer and focus for 30+45+30 (105 minutes) or 30+45+45(120 minutes) without a break.Fatigue can set in if you are not accustomed to focusing for so long.


The following have been provided by @[Urahara_San]:

List of Argument essay topics for the GRE Analytical Writing section
List of Issue-based essay topics for the GRE AWA

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My thoughts

Quote:a) Wordlists : I believe this is the most crucial part of your
verbal preparation .You will have to find a way to memorize all the
words and ensure it sticks in your head.What I did was to go through
all the word lists and mark the words I didn't know .Then I took 5
word lists at a time and typed out the words which I had marked along
with their definitions and any secondary definitions.When I was
finally done I had 10 pages named liked this
wordlist1-5.txt,wordlist6-10.txt and so on.I took a printout of those
pages and when ever I had free time I spent some time studying
them.Please note you will have to find the method which suits you best.

Seconded. Cards are also a good way to memorize. Word on one side, the definition on the other side. Good for studying in boring lectures, travelling, waiting or when you have nothing to do at work.

Word of caution - Use a reliable wordlist such as Barrons ONLY. Wordlist from GRE coaching centers, dubious GRE Prep guides are a strict no-no.

Tip - If for some reason you cannot memorize the 3,000 words of a list such as Barrons DO Princeton or Kaplan's wordlists (around 300 words each). These are high frequency occurring words and are better than doing 5-10 random wordlists from Barrons.

Quote:b) Analogies and Sentence completion - The GRE big book
containing 27 real question papers can be your best friend for
this.You should be able to get it from esnips.com .Also do a Google
search for GRE verbal questions.You will be able to find a lot a
practice material

Analogies are taken care of if you have gone through the wordlist thoroughly.

Sentence Completion require a lot of practice.

Quote:c) RC's - I think the big book is the best source for RC's and you
can always get material from other GRE study books.The GRE throws
rather abstract subjects at you so try to widen your range of
interests by taking an active interest in science,art and
literature.The New York times is a very good site to frequent and so
is the editorial page of the Hindu

Being well versed in the strategies is also a good idea. In some RCs, you can answer all the questions without reading the entire passage. Kaplan is a great book for strategies. Smile

Quote:d) Antonym's - It basically depends on your vocabulary,so work on
covering the word lists well and improving your vocabulary.

Once again, if you are thorough with the wordlist this is taken care of.


Quote:2) Quant - I really cant give much advice on this since I struggled
badly with it in the exam but please note it has become harder than
what the test papers and the powerprep softwares suggest.However

a) Be clear with your concepts and definitions ,if you dont know
what a prime number is or that 1 is not a prime number then you are
asking for trouble
b) Ensure you know your formulas well
c) Practice as much as possible

This is a tip I got from someone " For those
that are yet to take the GRE, here's a little tip from me: for the
quant, try ALSO to practice from books that train you for the CAT (the
Common Aptitude Test, entrance exam for IIMs and many other
B-schools). These books typically have a lot more than necessary for
the GRE. So, practice only relevant sections. The problems in these
books are rather hard and the GRE these days requires one to have this
kind of muscle"

I liked Princeton Maths. All formulaes nicely listed, some very good questions.

Quote:3) Essay writing : The best thing to do is to Practice and do try to
do the essay under timed conditions so that you get accustomed to
it.Also check out the sample essays in powerprep to see what standard
they anticipate

Write a few sample essays to get a feel of it before, there are some services which evaluate your essay and give you feedback for a reasonable charge. (eg 800score.com) I did not go for them, but I think they are a good idea.

Quote:1) GRE Barrons 17th edition

I would recommend this only for the wordlist.

Quote:3) Norman Lewis - Word power made easy

If your GRE date is 1-2 months away, I would not recommend this book. This is a light read, I read it six months before my GRE. Not for serious prep.
Quote:4) Time (CAT) material for permutations and combinations and
probability
5) Quantitative aptitude by RK Aggarwal - Used this mainly as a
formula reference
6) Some GMAT study material I found on the net for mathematics,You
can find it on esnips

I found Princeton more than sufficient for Quant - the level of questions in Princeton is quite high.

Quote:Softwares

1) GRE bible
2) Powerprep
3) Kaplan GRE 2005 CD
4) Vocaboly

Suggested websites :

1) http://www.merriam-webster.com/
2) http://www.nytimes.com/
3) http://www.esnips.com/

I downloaded a lot of stuff from greghost.blogspot.com when I was taking my GRE.
Mervin - try and organize this like VA's has organized the FAQ section. Add what the others say under the right section. You could also use tags to separate everyone's thoughts since they are not likely to be 100% resonant. eg.

{mervin}Blah Blah Blah{/mervin}

{sgtpeppers}
Blah Blah Blah{/sgtpeppers}

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Updated,can anyone give their inputs on it and contribute more to it.

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It looks awesome. I guess we need some more guys to contribute now. I see this as being a more up-to-date GRE Guide than the one currently stickied at the GRE/TOEFL/GMAT/IELTS forum.

I think inviting onahigh to be an EduVolunteer or picking up his suggestions from the thread by him on the GRE forum would definitely add a lot to this document.

Also, another suggestion regarding the formatting. You could use a bulleted list to list the tips.

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On the wordlists part :

I would vouch from Kaplan's verbal work book. It has everything you need. There are words grouped by a similar feeling/meaning, there are tips for tackling RCs and antonyms (the antonyms tips were particularly useful since in those questions, you hardly have any hints to go on with, unlike in sentence completion or RC's).

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I need more inputs for this..bouncing this back to the top..

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(02-01-2009 03:30 PM)Nile Wrote:  sgt, ask him through pm if he is interested and to work on this and then PM me and I will add him.

Done sir Cool

He is added didnt see him here?
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hello everybody...My first post in this forum
please check this orkut community....I had started that community in december for helping all future GRE aspirants...
Its still not fully ready but almost ready....
I can start a similar thing here on edulix as well...with a little help
http://www.orkut.co.in/Main#Community.aspx?cmm=57810246
OK First of all the database questions are just a guide for how the questions can be not the question of GRE itself....
I know I should not have used Dr site but when I started that in orkut I didn't knew that it is a banned site here...
Thats Why i am saying we can start a similar thing here...
Please please please don't take it in wrong sense

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SUBJECT GRE!!!!!!!!!
take that on!
many questions asked on it as well...

Again I am ready to help...tell me what to do?

I am NOT at all active on Edulix any more..Sorry about that. If you are Chemistry major (and chemsitry only) {NO Chem. eng.} and need evaluation just email me on samkum2@yahoo.com
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For Quants,
I would recommend to first go through Barrons and then go for Nova. No need to go through the concepts again. Just practice from it as its level is a notch higher than Barron's.
Take care of D.I./ graphs as although they are simple Questions BUT are time consuming and that time itself makes you to commit mistakes. So try not to waste time in other questions so that you have enough time for these.

For Wordlists,
Apart from the usual Flash-cards, there is even an Audio wordlist available on the net (a simple google search will do). It can be transferred onto the cellphone or music players. Even that is helpful.

For Verbal,
Antonyms- depends upon your vocab. If you know the word its an easy question, but if you don't know then only remaining option is finding & eliminating wrong answers and then guessing between the narrowed choices.
RC's- One strategy would be to go through editorials of papers like- Hindu, NYT... try to read the passages in limited time trying to grasp as much as possible.

Also i would second what samkum2 said.
GRE database helps you.

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Posting from a lost thread that I started last year...

Title: Scored 1500 Smile

Hi!

I was sorta shocked when I saw the score, as I thought i did pretty bad in quants. AWA topics were pretty straightforward and I was pretty happy with what I wrote. Then came Quants. Quants was significantly tougher than powerprep and I had to do some guessing to save time. Verbal started off easy. But RCs that came in the middle were tough as hell. I got two pretty hard RCs one after the another. That sorta kicked me in the nuts and I thought i lost it. I guess I lost my verbal 50-70 there. Sentence completions, analogies and antonyms were almost pretty straightforward. No words out of barrons thankfully. I guess the actual scoring mechanism is a bit more lenient when compared to powerprep; I'm pretty sure i messed up more than 3 questions in quants.

I spent about 2 months preparing ... about 40 days of preparation along with work. Finished Barrons, Novas and Number2.com content during this time. Took about 20 days off from work and focused on word list revision, Kaplan verbal workbook, Bigbook and exam sims...

I'd recommend the following materials for each section:
-Verbal-
Antonyms - Kaplan Verbal
Analogies - Kaplan Verbal
RCs - Novas (Hands down)
-Quantitative-
Novas and Barrons
-AWA-
Novas Novas Novas !!

Some of the other aids that i used include a hell lot of flashcards and mp3 word lists (listened to them while commuting). I also highly recommend Word Master Vocabs. Although not GRE oriented, its an excellent resource to learn some new words.

And the scores of all the full length tests that I attempted in chronological order:
Barrons I V590 Q430 (Fooled around in Quants Confused )
Peterson I V520 Q570
Kaplan CAT I V600 Q690
Kaplan CAT II V600 Q740
Barrons II V650 Q630
Powerprep I V680 Q740 (Sept 19th)
Princeton CAT V700 Q780
Barrons III V650 Q770
Barrons IV V650 Q700
Barrons V V720 Q700
Princeton CAT 2 V740 Q800 ( This sorta made me feel complacent)
Powerprep 2 V680 Q750 (A week before) (This sorta broke my heart)
Kaplan CAT 3 V610 Q750
Poweprep I again V710 Q770
Powerprep II again V680 Q770 (Day before the exam)
GRE V700 Q800

Attempt powerprep exams atleast twice... a lot of different questions popped up the second time I attempted them

Best of luck everyone ... and thanks a lot to everyone here for making this forum active! Oh yeah... few other tips

<> Keep going no matter how much you think you screwed the previous questions ... its important to stay focused on the question in hand. This comes with practice !

<> Learn to let go: Being an comp sci guy, i never used to give up on a math problem. I would spend an inordinate amount of time trying to solve them. Even though this is honorable, it is a pretty dumb thing to do in GRE, since timing is very crucial. Thanks to quitting and guessing 2/3 questions, i managed to finish the section in time and get a 800

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am plannin to write GRE in oct first week...... is 2 months hardcore preparatioin enough........????

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(07-28-2010 12:52 PM)notry Wrote:  am plannin to write GRE in oct first week...... is 2 months hardcore preparatioin enough........????

It differs from person to person.There is no ideal fixed time period for GRE preparation.If you are comfortable with GRE level vocabulary and have a good grip in maths then 2 months should be enough.But, there is the AWA part so, consider that in your preparation strategy too.
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