GRE Test Day FAQ: How I Studied for Verbal, Best Vocabulary Cards, and More! (2018) - Videos


Thanks so much for the support this week. I wanted to answer your questions on how I earned a top score on the verbal reasoning section of the GRE. Let me know which video topics you want to see next!

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  1. I wish I had seen your videos sooner. I am in the process of applying to CASPA for the Physician Assistant programs. I have to get everything in before the end of this month. I work as an EMT and it has been hard to study with having to work in excess of 50 hours each week, being a caregiver to my aunt and also being a wife and raising two teenagers. With that said, I am taking my GRE in one week from now, on August 10th. I am so stressed out and worried that I am not ready. I took the GRE back in 2015 and did well on the essays, but scored 12th percentile in the quantitative. I have since taken a practice test and improved my verbal from 27th to 54th percentile. But my quantitative remained in the 12th percentile. I took some time off work to study and have been reading the Princeton Review on how to crack the GRE and it is very helpful. I just started doing the Manhattan Prep 5 pound book of practice questions. Before that I was doing the Khan Academy that the ETS site recommended for the quantitative, but I am running out of time now and don't feel ready. Any suggestions on how to score at least in the 50th percentile by next week. I am desperate for advice. Thank you so much in advance.


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