Preparing for any international test always seems hard in the beginning. The feeling that it’s a global competition makes you think twice that do you really want to do this.
Once you start studying with a good teacher, this feeling fades away gradually and confidence replaces it.
A common mistake people make is that they work on difficult part more than the easier one. You always win with your strong skills not by weaker ones. You have to be aware of your strong area. If it’s quantitative, work more on quantitative so that you can ace the score there. If you are happened to be good at verbal part, start acing yourself in that part so that you can get a higher score there. Of course, it doesn’t mean you stop worrying about your weak areas. It’s just that you need to ace yourself in at least one domain, quantitative or verbal.
Choosing right books and material has always been difficult. Don’t pile up a heap of books on your desk. That will distract you more than help you. Ask a friend or you had better ask your teacher about it. Though teachers provide you with their own books and study material, having an extra book or two is always good.
In quantitative section, avoid using calculator. It’s a trap. It uses more of your time than it helps. Try solving arithmetic exercises first. Brush up your calculation skills. Memorize schools level algebraic identities and formulas, square numbers, cube numbers, square roots and certain decimal to fraction conversions. This will help you solving longer and more difficult word problems. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org as we have some qualified teachers from one of the best faculty members who are offering gre test preparation in karachi.
In verbal section, start with reading comprehension and learning vocabulary. There are people who contradict me about learning vocabulary but when you have got just 2-3 month till your test day, you don’t have many options to increase your vocabulary. Start learning words, their usage, their collocations and connotations. Try making flash-cards of vocabulary words. Keep those cards close to you all the time so that you can have a revision whenever you feel like.
This is what we do here at Nadeem Arain Academy for the GRE test preparation in Karachi. We have dedicated instructors that work on you personally. Increase your abilities. Make you unlearn and then learn. Our students secure their desired scores. Give yourself a chance to ace at verbal and quantitative.
Work consistently. Stop worrying. Don’t panic. This is all you need to get a good score in GRE.