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# study plan

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hello guys :

i need your opinion for a good GRE study plan
i totally new for this test
i don't know what is the best materials or even what to study ?

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28 Mar 2012, 04:14
What are the study plans that i can follow?
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28 Mar 2012, 04:18
MayaN wrote:
What are the study plans that i can follow?

My test date is April 3rd
I will share my review after it

when is yours ? and where are you from !
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23 Apr 2012, 11:30

if you are self studying you probably need plenty of recommended books, you must be familiar with different sections in the test, so as the score in each of them, and so on.
as I've read during my research about how to study, and for how long, an average of three months of hard work would be enough.

that's for now, I may come back to continue if you're interested ..

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24 Apr 2012, 04:09
FarahKhalid wrote:

if you are self studying you probably need plenty of recommended books, you must be familiar with different sections in the test, so as the score in each of them, and so on.
as I've read during my research about how to study, and for how long, an average of three months of hard work would be enough.

that's for now, I may come back to continue if you're interested ..

Guys,

I saw the post late. If anyone is still interested, I was a 'self-study' candidate for the GRE. The following resources helped the most.

1. The ETS guide (a must)
2. The 8 Manhattan GRE books. The concepts were explained really well.
3. There are a number of online test resources that are available. Even Manhattan gives you 6 free tests when you buy the books.
4. The ETS PowerPrep software.

That should do.

Regards,

Shouvik.
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25 Apr 2012, 06:24
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28 May 2012, 23:33
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01 Aug 2012, 13:49
You could take a prep course and that way, you will increase your chances of getting your highest score possible.

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16 Jan 2013, 11:32
Hi, I've stuggled looking for a good study planner so I created an app that helps you do just that. I will work out what you need to study based on your exam dates, topic weight and when you can study. Then it allows you to track your progress. Maybe it can help you, have a look, it is called istudyplan
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05 Apr 2013, 04:11
Hi,
I am preparing for the gmat and my study plan involves me using a tracking tool like asana so that I know which sections Im doing,progressing also found myself a study partner to motivate me on studypal.co
Re: study plan   [#permalink] 05 Apr 2013, 04:11
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