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# Difficulty Grasping the GRE

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Difficulty Grasping the GRE [#permalink]  28 Dec 2016, 15:48
Hi,

Thanks for this wonderful forum and great people who visit it!

I recently took the GMAT but did not do too well on it. I did well on the Verbal section, but Math has always been difficult for me. I am trying to take the GRE, as I find that it fits my style of learning (information covered, topics) better. What recommendations do you guys have for improving GRE Quantitative Section? I am hoping to pursue an MBA and get into a Business School.

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Re: Difficulty Grasping the GRE [#permalink]  02 Jan 2017, 08:31
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leonidbasin1 wrote:
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What recommendations do you guys have for improving GRE Quantitative Section? I am hoping to pursue an MBA and get into a Business School.

You may need to drill a little deeper with your quant prep. Most students learn the rules for a given topic (e.g., standard deviation), and then answer a handful of questions before moving on to a new topic.

If you want a deep understanding of each math concept, you need to tackle a wide range of questions all related to that one particular concept. This allows you to see all of the different ways the test-makers can test your understanding.

Our GRE course (https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/) is designed to help students gain the level of proficiency they need to achieve their particular target scores. So, for example, on the video lesson page for quadrilaterals (https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/modu ... /video/874), we have links over a dozen questions all related to quadrilaterals.

In my opinion, this is the best way to prepare for the GRE.

Cheers,
Brent
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Re: Difficulty Grasping the GRE [#permalink]  03 Jan 2017, 12:38
GreenlightTestPrep wrote:
leonidbasin1 wrote:
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What recommendations do you guys have for improving GRE Quantitative Section? I am hoping to pursue an MBA and get into a Business School.

You may need to drill a little deeper with your quant prep. Most students learn the rules for a given topic (e.g., standard deviation), and then answer a handful of questions before moving on to a new topic.

If you want a deep understanding of each math concept, you need to tackle a wide range of questions all related to that one particular concept. This allows you to see all of the different ways the test-makers can test your understanding.

Our GRE course (https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/) is designed to help students gain the level of proficiency they need to achieve their particular target scores. So, for example, on the video lesson page for quadrilaterals (https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/modu ... /video/874), we have links over a dozen questions all related to quadrilaterals.

In my opinion, this is the best way to prepare for the GRE.

Cheers,
Brent

Finally an answer! Thank you very much!
Re: Difficulty Grasping the GRE   [#permalink] 03 Jan 2017, 12:38
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