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With just a bit of planning, you can achieve a high score on your GRE. The first step in planning for your GRE preparation is knowing the application deadlines that the graduate schools publish. This will help you decide what amount of time and effort you require for your GRE preparation.
Diagnostic test and Self Evaluation
The next thing what you need to know is whether you require training for your GRE preparation or whether self-study will suffice. Taking a diagnostic test (power prep), which is available on www.ets.org, will solve the horns of a dilemma. This diagnostic test will help you know your areas of improvement. In case, if you are a conquistador in the test, then go ahead with self-study, but if you did not fare well in the test, then look for a good test prep center that will help you in achieving your goal. A word of caution: there are many hotchpotch test prep centers in and around which will simply fleece you and eventually make you a hapless student. So, before joining a specific test prep center for your GRE preparation, you have to do some research.
Training and material
In actual fact, books are great sources for practice questions on GRE. The GRE Official Guide is arguably an indispensable and a must-have during your preparation. However, in the Official Guide, an emphasis is very much placed on practice but not on approaches and strategies to solve the questions. In this regard, a GRE training will probably be required. There are a few noteworthy test-prep companies (like Manhattan Review) that give GRE Prep books as part of their training and these books will contain both strategies and a myriad of questions to practice.
Full-length Computer-Based Tests
Another important point is to examine your progress through Full-length Computer-Based Tests. Full-length CBTs will not only help define your strengths and weaknesses in your preparation but also provide a basis for comparison for your future CBT practice exams. Remember, these CBTs must be taken under realistic and test-like conditions.
Only Hard Work will pay..!
In conclusion, there are no shortcuts to success. Hard work and a bit of planning will certainly make you succeed in attaining the score you deserve on the GRE. So, put in the necessary time and effort to build the necessary skills and earn that high score.
Wish you good luck!