You have just finished your exams and want to get trained in GRE. There is little time and there is a lot to do. So what are the things that you need to keep in mind when you are looking at preparing for GRE?
First, understand that you cannot, and is many cases need not learn a lot of words. If you wish to keep GRE preparation quick and less daunting, the first thing you can do is to keep your word lists short. Having a list of 4000 words to learn all by itself can be an incredibly off-putting thought. So, put that thought off.
At First Academy, when we call ourselves that best coaching for GRE, we keep all this in mind. We focus on how to learn word than making students memorise words. Because memory might fail, but learning will never fail. You might forget the colour of the cycle you have learnt to ride the bicycle on, but you will never forget how to ride a bicycle.
This is something we foster in our classes. Learning rather than memorising. Once the learning begins, there is no need for memorising in any manner. What are the things that you need to keep in mind when you are looking at verbal classes for GRE? Remember that one of the most important things is parts of speech.
Unless you understand how parts of speech work, you will not be able to figure out how sentences work, and unless you know how sentences work, you will not really be able to figure out sentences completion questions in either GRE or SAT.
It is never about how many practice questions or sample papers you solve for SAT and GRE. It is always about understanding what the question is asking you about. Once you have that figured out, you are already half way to getting a score of 320+ in GRE.
The same rules apply when you are looking at a GREat score in SAT too. SAT is not as difficult as people make it seem. a great score in SAT is not just a result of best coaching, but also a result of what you are willing to do with the coaching you receive.