5 TIPS TO TACKLE GRE VOCABULARY

Aspire to become the doyen of Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)? Want to pursue your higher studies from one of the graduate schools situated in the United States and Canada?

Designed and administrated by the Educational Testing Agency (ETS), the Graduate Record Examinations experiments the qualities of a person through an amalgamation of skills that have been acquired by an individual over an extended learning period. These skills include analytical writing, verbal reasoning, critical thinking, and quantitative reasoning.

This ultimate guide from our leading career counselors will provide you with the perfect tips and tricks to defend yourself against the lineup of vexed answer choices in the examination period so that you can pass this challenging set of questionnaires with flying colors.

1. Refine your Vocabulary:

The GRE general test features the verbal reasoning section, which demands a highly polished command on the "ENGLISH" language. Incline yourself towards a perfectly set routine which comprises of reading useful articles, novels, newspaper. News channels like CNBC, BBC, and some of the bestselling books by the English author like Pride and Prejudice, The Grapes of Wrath, etc. are highly suggested. And if you are an auditory learner, then make sure that you watch all the English movies and web series that are available to you. Some of the highly mentioned shows are The Big Bang Theory, Breaking Bad, and Sherlock, etc.

2. Get to Know your Rules and Keywords:

The simple rule is to stay grounded to the basics. There's no need for you to showcase extreme proficiency. What you need to know is the modest sentence framework. Usage of a comma, full- stop, colon, and semicolon at the proper place is elementary. Other basic rules comprise of drawing comparison and parallel reconstruction. The need is to comprehend and practice as much as you can to prove yourself to be a hotshot.

3. Make Flashcards:

This is the most common and cardinal practice rule when it comes to tackling GRE Vocabulary. A rule of thumb is that there are numerous 'GRE Word Lists' to help you learn more of the new words. Make an everyday rule to learn and use 5-6 new high-frequency words in your day- to- day life. GRE Word List gives a high pace to your preparation activity. Use them wisely and always remember that quality overpowers quantity in this set of preparation. It's better to learn the usage and pronunciation of only five words a day rather than learning 20 words imperfectly.

4. Study GRE Math Vocabulary:

Allocate a bit of your preparatory time for the confusing and twisted terminologies of Mathematics. Integers, decimals, fractions, whole numbers, prime numbers, etc. are the once upon a time used terms that need to be recalled and brushed up for acing the test with a perfect 340!

5. Contemplate the Word Roots:

Greek and Latin are the ancient languages from where this widely used and accepted "English" language is derived. Nowadays, what helps in mastering these competitive exams is smart work over hard work. Learning the root words will help you in making educated guesses during the test, which will take you one step closer towards achieving you set score.

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