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please help me! [#permalink] New post 18 Oct 2016, 20:37
Hi,Im Rama here.after few months preparation,i attended GRE exam and obtained 296.To increase my score,i tried to improve my weak areas in GRE and tried again.But still,i landed with a GRE score of 298 :roll: .where do you think i might have gone wrong.I referred to Manhattan series (all 8 books along with vocabulary and 5lb book) and ETS book.please suggest some method to improve my score. :thanks
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Re: please help me! [#permalink] New post 08 May 2017, 22:46
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You might want to change your study pattern.

Here is a schedule guide in Mastering Words for you:
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If I may suggest, identifying the SMART objective of your GRE preparation would be pretty useful. (You can actually create your own timeline)

S - Specific: Your end-goal should be stated, for example: Be confident when taking the GRE exam because I have prepared very well, studied every topic and even had practice tests to enhance more my skills. It should include the “W” questions: Who? What? Where? When? Which? and Why?

M - Measurable: A proper schedule should be created and maintained. Establish a concrete number - how many number of words would you like to master? How many weeks would you like to spend for each GRE section? How will I determine if I have accomplished it?

A - Achievable: A schedule with defined time and activity is something needed for preparation. Make sure that the words you wanted to master and the time you want to prepare would be achievable. Also, practice as many mock test as possible to avoid cram during exam.

R - Realistic: Provide each list of words a realistic time to finish. Let’s say a list of 10 words can be mastered in 3 days or maybe a week. That includes reviewing it through games/the help of vocab app. I suggest you use Preped Vocab - for free. (But that depends on you)

T - Time-based: Schedule, schedule, schedule. :)

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