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Tips to Clear the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)

BY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-10-24 19:18:08
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GRE (Graduate Record exam) is an essential test for graduates. There are a number of people worried about their GRE (Graduate Record exam) test. I would like to share a few tips in this article to get a good score in GRE (Graduate Record exam). Basically GRE (Graduate Record exam) is not a much difficult task if you have abilities to prepare and plan in a systematic way. You should always be confident about overcoming the paper and finding the solution.

A main reason for getting low scores by many students is lack of understanding of the paper. You should always understand the correct instructions before solving the paper. Always make sure you have understood the requirement in particular question and there in no any ambiguity exists. Then second thing that is more important is your taking the exam is the proper time adjustment. You should always set your goal for solution of questions in this way you can estimate the required time to achieve your goal. You should give more time for solving the starting questions of your paper because starting questions effect on your score more as compared to the ending questions.

There is not any concept of negative marking in GRE (Graduate Record exam) test for answering wrong questions, so always solve each and every question on your paper. If you have ambiguity about solution of a particular question you should use the elimination method, it can narrow down your answer to two options or even one. Key to success in GRE (Graduate Record exam) is practice, practice and practice. It is a fact that GRE(Graduate Record exam) is much time consuming practice, but it have more worth when you will have high score in GRE(Graduate Record exam) test.

You should not waste a lot of time on a particular question if you are feeling it is difficult for you to answer, just leave that question for a while. Because it can effect your time schedule as well as it can disturb your performance during the exam. If you are preparing CAT (computer adaptive test), then it's not possible for you to go back after answering one question. So you should always be more attentive towards the answer of question in CAT. This is one of the important keys to success. The best way to prepare yourself for GRE (Graduate Record exam) is to read extensively, it is useful for you to prepare GRE.

Usually GRE (Graduate Record exam) uses passages from university press and journals. Always read the question after reading the passage because if you will read the passage later and questions first then it's not possible for you to focus completely on the passage. You should always write down the main points of the passage to evaluate the demand of a particular question. It will be more useful for you while answering the question.

You should also read the passage again while answering the question to ensure you are providing the right answer of a question. You should not always rely on the sharpness of your mind. You should always read the question carefully because even a single word can make a negative effect on your answer. These are a few tips discussed above, helpful to clear the Graduate Record exam (GRE).

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