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Patti Said,
March 25th, 2011 @7:03 pm  

Did you study from only one book? And how many vocabulary words did you attempt to learn? If you studied the vocab words from only one book’s word set, then of course you’ll get higher scores on the practice tests from that book. The actual GRE grabs words from a much larger database, so it is pretty much the luck of the draw. Basically, you didn’t learn enough words. Good luck next time! :)

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Happy Schools BLog Said,
March 25th, 2011 @8:03 pm  

Maybe GRE Score Range Calculator could help you

http://www.happyschoolsblog.com/gre-score-calculator-gre-exam/

It mainly depends on which software you are taking the exam.

Kaplan and Princeton are good book for learning new strategies, but questions in that are not tough as compared to Barron’s

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