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# from where i will have to start preparation for GRE

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from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  30 Jul 2016, 09:50
could u tell me preparation book As well as material
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Re: from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  30 Jul 2016, 16:20
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Hey Sup1526,

I just started as well. I would recommend getting a feel of the GRE first. Why don't you try GreenLightTestPrep (greenlighttestprep. com). Their whole website is free and has many resources available. I would also look at the Manhattan Guides..they are the best books out there. I have to start digging into them but that is the concensus. Also, I would hop on to Magoosh website (magoosh. com) and look at their blogs and tips to starting off. They have some good vocab word lists to remember and some nice free stuff.
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Re: from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  01 Aug 2016, 01:29
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Try also out test. It is FREE.

And a lot of questions here, on our board

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Re: from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  05 Feb 2017, 09:51
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It's definitely possible to prepare for the GRE on your own and get a good score. You'll need a few things to make this work:

1. Great prep materials
2. An organized plan to structure your studies
3. Discipline! (#2 should help with this, so long as you hold yourself accountable).

So, what prep materials should you use? I'd definitely suggest The Official Guide to the GRE--if you're only going to buy one book, this should be it. However, it's best to use more than one source, so I'd also suggest checking out this list to see which books you think will be the best fit for you: The Best GRE Books of 2013. Step one completed!

Now, the study plan is a bit harder to make, but it's worth it. In general, about 3 months of daily studying (about 1-2 hours each day) should suffice, however, if you need to work a lot on your vocabulary, you'll probably want to study for 6 months. You can use these study schedules as a basis for creating your own:
GRE Study Plans and Guides. Before you even start studying, try to plan out what topics you'll cover and when, how many vocabulary words you'll learn a day (shoot for about 15-20!), and when you'll pencil in your full-length practice tests. It's a bit of work up front, but it will pay off!
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Re: from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  08 Jun 2017, 15:33
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Isabella wrote:
It's definitely possible to prepare for the GRE on your own and get a good score. You'll need a few things to make this work:

1. Great prep materials
2. An organized plan to structure your studies
3. Discipline! (#2 should help with this, so long as you hold yourself accountable).

So, what prep materials should you use? I'd definitely suggest The Official Guide to the GRE--if you're only going to buy one book, this should be it. However, it's best to use more than one source, so I'd also suggest checking out this list to see which books you think will be the best fit for you: The Best GRE Books of 2013. Step one completed!

Now, the study plan is a bit harder to make, but it's worth it. In general, about 3 months of daily studying (about 1-2 hours each day) should suffice, however, if you need to work a lot on your vocabulary, you'll probably want to study for 6 months. You can use these study schedules as a basis for creating your own:
GRE Study Plans and Guides. Before you even start studying, try to plan out what topics you'll cover and when, how many vocabulary words you'll learn a day (shoot for about 15-20!), and when you'll pencil in your full-length practice tests. It's a bit of work up front, but it will pay off!

Could you please provide a good plan for 3-months study?
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Re: from where i will have to start preparation for GRE [#permalink]  09 Jun 2017, 02:43
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