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gre questions

spectasticspectastic - Posts: 847 Member
edited September 2012 in GRE Prep
there are so many word lists out there, and I'm not going to go through every one. I just need a really good, complete word list to help me survive the verbal section.

Also, Barrons, Princeton, Kaplan, or something else? which is better?

And what was your study habit? I'm going to try to go for 1 hr/day or 2 hr 3 days/wk just for the GRE
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Replies to: gre questions

  • freedanfreedan Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    I read somewhere barrons is the best, but I'm also newbie in this stuff :(
  • neurogirl85neurogirl85 Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    I have used the GRE for dummies book and the princeton review book. I liked the for dummies version better. My study strategy was to read all the sections, do the math problems, made vocab flashcards etc for a couple of hours on weekends and then take as many timed practice tests as possible, to get a feel for the time. I take the test next weekend so I guess I'll see how well this strategy worked. Started studying 6 weeks ago.
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