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GRE – Getting a Score of 320+

by admin on March 7th, 2017

What do you need to get a score of 320+ in GRE ?

A lot of people will bluntly tell you that you need to memorise words. But is that the right way? Nope.

It definitely is not the right way. If you want to perform well in the GRE, what you need to do is to understand words and not memorise words.

So, how to you get trained in the best way for GRE? The answer is to learn words and not memorise words.

What is the difference? Memorising words is simply knowing the meaning of words. Learning words is a more inclusive process. You need to know the following:

  • part of speech of the word
  • different words forms
  • making a sentence with the word
  • understand the context in which a word works

How do you use the word Insipid?

While the word means tasteless and flavourless, it can be used in a broad range of contexts.

I ate insipid soup, on an insipid day, with my friends all of whom had insipid personalities.

In the first context, insipid means lacking in taste or flavour. In the second context it means dull or boring, in the last one, it means uninteresting.

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