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GRE in One Week

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GRE in One Week [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2018, 11:56
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As the title states, I believe I will be taking the GRE in week. I've put in well over 100+ hours over the last few months and have a desired score of 160+Q/160+V. If I don't think I can confidently get these scores, I believe I'll need to punt the test and keep studying.

My below scores in the following practice tests are:

Manhattan Practice Test 1
Manhattan Practice Test 2
Manhattan Practice Test 3
Manhattan Practice Test 4
Manhattan Practice Test 5
Manhattan Practice Test 6

PowerPrep II Test 1
164Q/162V (Dream Score)
Powerprep II Test 2

My Magoosh score predictor puts me at:

My paper ETS tests, I've lost the exact scores put me in the 162s for Q and 164s for V.

Should I be able to confidently go into the GRE next Saturday and achieve a 160+ for both sections? Preferably with a combined score of 325+? Or should I go back to the books and punt. I'd like to get this over with, sooner rather than later.

What should I do to maximize my odds for my goal score of 164Q/162V?

Thanks for any advice or inspiration in advance.
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Re: GRE in One Week [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2018, 01:30
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Your scores are very consistent. WIth one week left it might not be the best idea to go back to books unless you have identified any particular topic which might benefit from extra practice, such as probability.

If there are any low hanging fruit that you can exploit that would be ideal. For example if you see you are loosing points on text completion or sentence equivalence questions you can dedicate some time learn new words from GRE word list. If you are making errors while making calculations maybe you can train to increase your calculator usage during the test.

As far as I can tell, your performance is pretty consistent and you should be able to score above 160 in both the section. I would advise against any radical change in preparation methods given the time constraint.

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