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GRE One Month Preparation Plan

Feb 06 2023



Planning for preparation is often more daunting than the preparation itself. So, to take the difficulty out of the planning, we did it for you:

GRE is a test that has most test takers work themselves up into a frenzy. However, this need not always be the case.  The first step towards getting a 320+ in GRE is not a frenzy of preparation, but a calm mind. And for you to have a clam mind, you will need to understand what is about to happen next.

This part - the knowing what might happen next - can easily achieved via the best GRE coaching classes. In our GRE session, we focus on not just you understanding the pattern or problem solving, but also getting to know the mind of the examiner and the purpose behind the exam. Once you do that, the next step is to have a clear plan.

We recommend that you have at least 3 months to prepare for GRE. However, if you are preparing at the last moment, there is no need for you to worry. The following is a one-month intensive plan that will help you prepare for the GRE.

Here's a one-month plan for preparing for the GRE:

Week 1: Assessment and Overview

  • Take a practice test to assess your current strengths and weaknesses.
  • Review basic math concepts such as arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.
  • Start reading and summarizing passages from the verbal section.

Week 2: Vocabulary, Word Lists and Problems

  • Practice math problems for about 2 hours every day.
  • Focus on vocabulary building by using flashcards or word lists.
  • Read more complex passages from the verbal section and practice summarizing them.

Week 3: Reassess and Analyse

  • Take another practice test to monitor your progress.
  • Make a list of the areas where you need more improvement and focus on those.
  • Practice writing essays for the analytical writing section.

Week 3: Fine-tune and Revv-up

  • Fine-tune your test-taking strategies.
  • Review all the material you've studied so far.
  • Take one final practice test to gauge your readiness for the actual GRE.

Remember, the key to success on the GRE is consistent and focused practice. Stick to this plan and you'll be well on your way to achieving your desired score!


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