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How to improve GRE score 310 to 320

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How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 17 Jun 2016, 16:11
Hello!

I have just finished my GRE test and scored 310 (Q-160 and V-150). Although I occasionally reviewed few chapters of MGRE 5lb, I basically focused on official guides and ets powerprep. I have taken the test with one month preparation.

In the real test, I have seen pretty similar words that were in the official guides. I have not found any peculiar math or verbal problem (concept) that was not discussed in the official books.

Actually, I need 320 on GRE but wonder how to improve my score to 320 in the second attempt.

Advance appreciate your recommendation.

Thank you
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Needscore wrote:
Hello!

I have just finished my GRE test and scored 310 (Q-160 and V-150). Although I occasionally reviewed few chapters of MGRE 5lb, I basically focused on official guides and ets powerprep. I have taken the test with one month preparation.

In the real test, I have seen pretty similar words that were in the official guides. I have not found any peculiar math or verbal problem (concept) that was not discussed in the official books.

Actually, I need 320 on GRE but wonder how to improve my score to 320 in the second attempt.

Advance appreciate your recommendation.

Thank you



Hi Needscore,

Where did you loose the 10 points in Quant and 20 points in Verbal would underline your preparation strategy.

For Instance lets consider Verbal:

1. If you lost majority of points on RC Questions you need to practice more RC Questions
2. If you lost a lot of points in Sentence Equivalence or Sentence Correction you need to learn more GRE Words and have some practice exercises

Lets consider Quant:

1. See the subject wise breakup of the points lost. If there are question from a particular topic you got wrong the most. A topic focused study session would help.

2. If its "silly mistakes" are loosing you points all across the board then you need to polish your test taking skills and work speed and accuracy.


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Re: How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2016, 05:02
Hi Sandy!

Thank you so much for the "to the point suggestion". However, I have not seen any word that troubled me. I want to work as per your suggestion but how I can know my subject wise break up of the points lost.

Thank(really kudos) you again.

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Re: How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2016, 07:17
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Hi Sandy!

Thank you so much for the "to the point suggestion". However, I have not seen any word that troubled me. I want to work as per your suggestion but how I can know my subject wise break up of the points lost.

Thank(really kudos) you again.

Amin


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Re: How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2016, 10:49
Any improvements since June?
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Re: How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2018, 10:48
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Re: How to improve GRE score 310 to 320 [#permalink] New post 25 Nov 2018, 10:36
can you share what happened after?
were you able to improve your score?
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