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Clive Aaron D’Souza, currently pursuing 4th year of Electronics Engineering in Vivekanand Educational Society Institute of Technology (VESIT), has cracked GRE with a score of 331. Here is his mantra for the examination and his preparations.
I started my GRE preparations after the commencement of my 6th semester exams by 15th June 2017. I built my foundation, vocabulary and the concepts in the one month period & gave the exam on 24th July 2017.
For quants, I referred Manhattan Series & Nova Maths GRE Bible & for verbal, I referred Manhattan Series. I made my own word list to increase my vocabulary.
For me, the toughest section was Verbal. I found Reading Comprehension to be the most difficult, because you don't know what to expect. For RC, you have to be prepared to understand the subject matter irrespective of your interest or liking.
So, AWA section consists of two separately timed analytical writing tasks: Analyze an issue & Analyze an argument. There is a standard way of writing the answer-4paragraphs intro, body, body, conclusion. Both the answers need different approaches & there are many tutorials videos available on the internet which tell you how to start the answer. I always found Argument writing very logical as it is not very sound in the first place.
I was quite lucky in this one as I got quants as my surprise section.
I gave 3 mock tests. The first one was Barron mock test in which I scored 315.After that I gave the official ETS mock test in which I scored 327 & the final mock test was of Kaplan in which I scored 329.
I wasn’t 100% ready to give up the technical stuff. Personally, I always knew that I want to pursue MBA but not right now. Right now, I still want to explore more in robotics section.
I love playing sports & doing standup comedy. Sometimes, I also sing songs in church.
I would definitely give more time to the way I approached analytical writing. I needed to more practice sentence equivalence.
I won't deny that engineering students perform better at calculations. Quants section was easy for me because of the way I used to prepare for JEE.I think analysis has improved because of engineering.
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