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Spherical Cow Said,
March 29th, 2011 @2:56 am  

I studied for about two months in my spare time. I got an 800 on quantitative, 94th percentile, a 740 on verbal, 99th percentile and a 5.0 on the analytic writing portion, 81st percentile. When I began studying, both my math and vocab skills were very good. I think on my first practice test I got a 700 on quantitative and 680 on verbal. I didn’t study the writing part much.

If you just started thinking about the GRE, I suggest getting the Barron’s book. The math in there is a little harder what’s on the GRE, so if you can solve the math in the book you’ll be in excellent shape. It also has a huge wordlist that you can memorize to raise your verbal score.

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olotu Said,
March 29th, 2011 @3:23 am  

I studied for the GRE for 3 weeks. I got 770 on quantitative, 600 on verbal and 5.0 on AWA. Looking back I really wish I studied for longer. That said I don’t plan on coughing up another $180 for that damn exam in the future and hope I dont have to.

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