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Some programs simply have a minimum combined score that all applicants must achieve. In short. In many respects. Because the GRE is used for such a wide range of graduate studies. Depending on what grad school program you are going to. The GRE is not a content test.
It does not test a body of knowledge. There- fore Verbal scores. It may seem odd that a student who is applying for an advanced degree in architec- ture must take the same exam that a student applying for a degree in comparative literature does. GRE test takers include future engineers. One would think that engineering programs would care more about the Math score and some do.
With diligence and practice. The GRE. A physics department may care more about the Math score than the Verbal score. If you are frustrated that the skills you need for the GRE bear little resemblance to the subjects you will be studying in grad school. Some programs consider the GRE very impor- tant. The simple answer is: It depends. It is designed to test a very specific way of thinking.
Taking the GRE is a skill. The GRE is only one factor of many that will be considered for ad- mission. If you need an additional 50 points. Don't worry about getting a good or bad GRE score. Mostly they are there so that schools have an apples-to-apples comparison of applicants with wildly divergent college. They may also be used in lieu of work experience for applicants who are only a year or two out of undergrad. How your program uses your scores will determine quite a bit about how you pre- pare for the test.
Once you know the score you have and the score you need. The gap between the two represents the amount of work you will have to do in the meantime. Polish up on your vocabulary. In any case. Many other factors are considered.
If you need more than points. If you can push yourself to do that on your own. Speak directly with someone in your prospective graduate department. There is only the score you have and the score you need to get to go where you want to go. How schools weigh the scores will differ not only from school to school but also from student to student. Schools may use GRE scores to validate the verbal abili- ties of international students who wrote fantastic essays.
If you need another points. Contrary to what many people think. It all starts with the research. When You Get There The testing centers can be intimidating places. Analytical Writing. Quanti- tative. You will be asked to show ID when you come in. When you are taking practice tests. Verbal 30 30 min. In the beginning of the test you will be given a tutorial on how to work the computer scrolling. You will be issued a locker where you can store your belongings. Here is the breakdown: Quantitative 28 45 min.
Experimental Varies Varies The total testing time is approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes. Writing 1 Argument task 30 min. Save yourself time and skip the section. Then you will be asked to fill out a questionnaire and a legal disclaimer stating that you are who you say you are and that your reasons for taking the test are on the up and up.
The test centers cater to people taking a wide variety of tests. In the testing room you will be issued a cubicle with a computer. Knowing how your brain works after two to three hours of intense concentration is big part of being prepared. If you have taken a few practice tests. The experimental section may be either Math or Verbal and may come first.
The second section is the minute Analysis of an Argument essay. There may also be an optional Research section. You get only one Argument. Unless you are a par- ticularly generous soul. You cannot skip questions or go back to a question once you have entered and accepted an answer.
Occasionally ETS will identify the experimen- tal section if it steps too far outside of the standard format so as to not confuse those who are taking the test. After the essays. More on this later. For the most part. It does not have a spell check.
Take as much time as you need to refresh yourself. If present. You will be given a choice between two issue topics. The clock starts as soon as the two topics appear on screen. A complete list of potential arguments can be found on the ETS website in the place mentioned above. You will be of- fered an optional minute break after you complete your second essay. All three sections will look like typical Verbal or Math sections. The test has a basic word processing function that will allow you to cut.
The more you have prepared. You must turn in your scratch paper and collect your ID on your way out. Taking the GRE is a long and grueling process. You should find out how the program you want to attend will deal with multiple scores. You should know precisely what your target score is and how to achieve it. Writ- ing scores and percentiles will come about ten days later in the mail.
Once you accept your scores.
Unless you passed out mid-section. Practice tests can make a world of difference. This will be the last section of your test. Scoring After you have taken the scored portion of the exam. Send the scores anyway. Your record will reflect that you took the test on this day. Every Math or Verbal concept that you might see on the test is contained in this book. If you are planning to apply to a particular school.
If you cancel. Your test fee is non-refundable. Some students are reluctant to send scores to first-choice schools before knowing their scores.
They tend to do better the second time. Unless you have a compelling reason to believe that your scores were a disaster. For the well prepared student.
If you happen to know the school and department code for the schools of your choice. Some schools look only at the most recent scores. If not. Math Verbal Math Verbal Score Percentile Percentile Score Percentile Percentile 94 99 26 60 89 99 23 54 85 99 20 48 80 99 17 43 75 98 14 37 70 97 12 31 66 95 10 25 61 93 8 20 57 91 6 15 52 88 5 10 47 85 3 5 42 81 2 3 38 76 2 1 34 70 1 1 30 65 1 Other Resources In addition to this book.
They are reported on a scale from to It includes hundreds of practice exercises to sharpen your skills. Princeton Review.
Cracking the GRE is like a full course in your hands. You will receive separate Verbal and Quantitative scores. It also contains e-mail tips for test takers and Word du Jour to help with your vocabulary.
Your Analytical Writing section will be listed separately. Percentile rank- ings tell you what percent of test takers scored beneath a given score. It contains all of the strategies. Cracking the GRE—While this book is primarily about providing additional practice items for each subject. For example. Over four hours of testing. Word Smart for the GRE—This book highlights defines and breaks down the words that are most frequently tested on the exam.
Take the Assessment Start by taking the Math and Verbal assessment tests provided at the beginning of the book. Read these sections carefully. There will be no such thing as having a good or bad test day. The creation of habits requires repetition. How to Use This Book This book is about building good test-taking habits.
How does the approach described by the book differ from your own? Can yours be improved? Some of the new techniques may feel awkward at first. Check your scores and find your areas of weakness. Start with the high fre- quency topics and focus on those first. Practice your approach to different question types. The number of questions in a drill represents the frequency with which the question type shows up on most CAT exams. By the time you are done.
If your habits are good. These approaches have been tried. They are here because they work and represent good habits. There are also quizzes and sec- ondary definitions to help you avoid test tricks and traps. This is a powerful tool. Use your scratch paper. Learn Our Strategies Each question type begins with a brief synopsis of the basic approach. Pick two or three areas to focus on. Practice Our Strategies Start working on the drills in this book. You will be in control. If you have not taken the time to create good test-taking habits.
Of course there are a few caveats to this system. Cracking the GRE is where you go to learn how to take the test. This book is not for teaching. If you answer the second question correctly. If you get it right. By the time you get to the end of the test. In fact. In the first half of the test. While the actual algorithms used in scoring the test can get quite complicated. It is a workbook for practice and drilling.
Questions at the beginning of the test have an enormous impact on your score. Strategies Now that you know a little about the test and the book. You can no longer get a Cracking the GRE describes the test and the techniques in much more depth. If that means that you run out of time at the tail end.
It breaks down the approach to each question in a step-by-step manner with plenty of examples. If you got a question right.
The ad- ditional data allows it to narrow your potential scoring range. When you sit down at the computer. Speed kills on the GRE. At the same time. By answering the first question correctly. Once you see the question type. By parking your thinking on the page you create clarity and organization.
On the Math section. On the Verbal section. If time gets really tight and you still have questions left. Quickly evaluate each answer choice with a check for one that could work.
Simply eliminate one or two obvious wrong answers per question and guess. It allows you to park your thinking on the page and to keep track of which answer choices are still in and which are out.
Proper use of scratch paper ensures that techniques are happening and happening correctly. Accuracy is more important than time. When you are down to your last three minutes. The last wrinkle to this system is that leaving blanks at the end of the test counts against you more than wrong answers do.
Students who do the work in their heads will spend 20 percent of their time just looking at the screen. Work slowly and care- fully. On a paper and pencil test. It can help you deal with a question that you might not otherwise know how to approach.
Keep your page organized with space on one side for the question set-up and space on the other side for calculations.
How to Use Scratch Paper After pacing. If you guess on one question. Of the five hundred words you will learn. Within the first ten problems. The more words you know. Eliminating one or two obviously incorrect answers can increase your chances of choosing the correct answer.
If your hand is moving. This is where scratch paper comes in handy. On the Verbal. You will have 30 minutes to answer 30 questions. The five hundred words in this book have been selected for the frequency with which they appear on the GRE. Eliminate three incorrect choices.
Verbal Strategies There are four types of questions in the Verbal portion of the test. Learning new words. Do your work on the page. No one knows all of the words on the GRE.
Learning giant lists of vocabulary words is an inef- ficient process. Reading Comprehension. You can always spend more time on an answer choice IF you have to. Use scratch paper for your POE work. It all starts with the scratch paper. Now you have organized your thinking and approach and set yourself up to succeed on the problem.
That means Process of Elimination is critical. Learn the set-ups for each question type. Once you have evaluated each answer choice. Before you spend ten minutes scratching your head trying to assess a difficult answer choice. Because they are difficult words.
You have to answer each question to get to the next one. Use your techniques to give each word a check. If you get off track. They are Analo- gies.
The Verbal portion of the GRE is one giant vocabulary test. On average. The drilling ensures that you are getting the maximum number of points that your vocabulary will allow and that you are doing the problems in the most efficient way possible.
Math questions come in four basic formats: Just as you do on Read- ing Comprehension. Quantita- tive Comparisons. Sentence Completions. You are asked to identify if one quan- tity is bigger. A Reading Comprehension ques- tion. Techniques that relate to specific question types will be discussed at the top of each drill.
Problem Solving. With good technique. The concepts are the same as elsewhere on the test. These are brief descriptions. One way to improve your score is to get good at Analogies. Once this is done you can relax and spend plenty of time on Reading Comprehension. They give information in charts. Math Strategies In the Math portion of the test. Here is a brief description of some general techniques that apply to the Math sec- tion as a whole. These have only four answer choices.
A question in which a person bicycles uphill one way and downhill on the way home will not involve a distance greater than the dis- tance a person could or would bike to work in a day. Often you can calculate your way to the correct answer if necessary. In order to Ballpark. Skipping or combining steps leads to trouble. Ballparking is also a valuable way to check your work. Make sure to park your thinking and your Ballparked answers on paper. Reading In many ways. Calculating In general. Reading too quickly leads to careless errors.
The correct answer to a question which asks for the number of students in a class will not contain a fraction. Ballparking Ballparking is the use of approximation to more easily spot the wrong answers. Your success depends upon how quickly and readily you can spot the opportunities for shortcuts and elimi- nate wrong answers. ETS is not interested in testing your ability to do lots of calculations.
When you see a large block of text. This saves time and reduces the chances for careless error. Simplify the calculation by rounding off the fractions. The first container requires of a pound more flour.
If each container 18 can hold one pound of flour. Question 1 of 2 Four containers of flour are on the table: The first 1 1 contains of a pound. The only answer 3 that is even close is choice E.
If you have to make a guess. On the return trip. Paul drives at an average speed of 80 miles per hour. Now think about the time spent on each leg of the trip. That helps you eliminate choices A and E because you are looking for the average. When you get stuck on a tough question. Now that you have the basic strategies. Now use Ballparking to eliminate some more answer choices.
Paul spends more time driving at 60 mph than at 80 mph. Question 5 of 28 The quantity in Column B is greater. The two quantities are equal. Column A Column B The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. The quantity in Column B is greater. The relationship cannot be determined 3 from the information given. The quantity in Column A is greater.
Question 6 of 28 Question 8 of 28 P The positive sequence s1. Question 11 of 28 Question 13 of 28 x. Column A Column B The number of The total number of solutions of the solutions of the equation above in equation above which at least one of In the figure above. The area of the smaller The area of the shaded The two quantities are equal. Drawn to scale. Questions 14—15 refer to the following graphs.
Column A Column B x 3 1. The relationship cannot be determined Question 19 of 28 from the information given. Questions 20—21 refer to the following graphs. From to In For the decades shown. Y is the midpoint from the information given. The relationship cannot be determined In equilateral triangle UVW. Question 22 of 28 Question 24 of 28 The volume of a cube with edge of length 2 Mr.
Question 26 of 28 Question 28 of 28 Rachel and Rob live miles apart. Billie spent approximately how many hours stack- ing shelves on July 2? If Rachel drives at 50 mph be prime? According to the time sheet above. They What is the probability that the sum of two both drive in a straight line toward each other different single-digit prime numbers will NOT to meet for tea. The development of hydrogen-powered cars harridan: Question 9 of 30 assisted. This is not because The unconventional structure of such an interpretation is unnecessarily rigid.
The protagonist of Huckleberry Finn is Oedipus. In this respect. Which of the following best expresses the linked. The re. Huckleberry Finn. Questions 13—14 refer to the following passage. Hanash would never entirely abjure the implacable: Griffin classes of society to engender criti- and Marciano contend that history textbooks cal reflection among the majority of promote nothing more than hegemony. The real culprit movement of the s and 60s.
If the power elites come to believe that their success According to the passage. Further- the largest discrepancy in knowledge between more. Is it not a paradox that critical theory scholarship dominates its field?
But critical theory and other theories that lay the blame for American ignorance of history on the doorstep of the elites cannot explain their own success.
Members of the upper classes may be point.
The stratification of American most seeking to maximize profit. Questions 21—24 refer to the following passage. These boards review and recommend what One theory holds that American history text. And it cannot be simply pernicious forces working at a highly local level. Many educational theorists share this view. How has this situation come primary source materials more frequently than about?
Certainly the problem does not lie with are students at public institutions. And books are simply the socializing instruments of because textbook publishers are first and fore- a controlling elite. It is not in the interests of the powerful and less likely to rise up in revolution. The creation of a false consciousness is the system. Proponents of this view. Whereas in the past.
This would the secondary literature. Question 22 of 30 Question 24 of 30 It can be inferred from the passage that The passages indicate that Griffin and Marx was an early proponent of critical Marciano theory are among the leading critical theorists textbooks are not solely designed as believe that the lower classes may revolt teaching instruments see textbooks as tools of domination the secondary literature on American hold many of the same views as Kozol.
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Each plant is Allergies caused by the spread of able to produce more than a billion grains of pol. Questions 26—27 refer to the following passage. Control by detail a species that may be more ef- natural predators?
No known mammal browses fective at controlling ragweed than are on ragweed. The spread of ragweed pollen is the cal removal is undone by even one seed or one cause of all cases of hay fever in the bit of root left behind. Which of the following can be inferred about mated 30 million sufferers in the U. Bolstered in part by the H1B Visa Work Permit.
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