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Techniques to improve your GRE, GMAT & SAT Score

Author: Global Opportunities
by Global Opportunities
Posted: Apr 11, 2020
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Techniques to improve your GRE, GMAT & SAT Score

Studying GRE, GMAT and SAT may seem an arduous task initially, but with the right kind of preparation, it is not hard to find success. When planning for studying abroad, it is vital to know which test you should opt for.

Beginning with SAT, it is one of the two standardised college admission tests in the US. The test is conducted by the College Board, an American non-profit organisation to promote college-readiness. It is for undergraduate courses.

Talking about GMAT, it is for management courses. The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills. GRE test is conducted by ETS (Education testing services) as an admissions requirement for most Graduate Schools in the United States and assess your Verbal Reasoning Analytical Writing and Quantitative Reasoning.

Here are few strategies to ace the GRE, GMAT, SAT & achieve your ideal score:

1. Set a target

There is nothing of the sort as best score as different universities require different score to allow admissions. It is essential to know your requirement and set a target. You can visit the official websites of the universities or can connect to the university via phone or email for more clarity.

2. Get familiar with the format

You should be aware of the structure of these tests. The question types, marking criteria, time limit, word limit for essays and other details. Knowing the test format inside out will help you feel more confident on the test day.

3. Build up your vocabulary

The verbal part of these exams is big on words. From reading comprehensions to writing an essay it is essential to have a good knowledge of lexical resource. The most ideal approach to learn challenging words is noting down these words with meaning whenever you read any novel or article or anything else your choice.

4. Understand and memorize formulas

Without a doubt, you will be provided with several formulas in your quantitative part at the beginning of the test. Hence, instead of wasting time by flipping pages, try to have them down mentally. If you have truly understood the formula, comprehending these equations will become a cup of tea for you.

5. Practice, practice & practice

In the end, it’s all about how much you practised. The mantra is the more you practice, the better you score. Therefore, whether it is SAT, GRE or GMAT try practising plenty of tests. Practice from authentic material with strictly follows the pattern and content, be time-bound, analyse wrong answers and seek help for better clarification.

If you have any queries regarding GRE, GMAT & SAT classes, feel free to connect with Global Opportunities as we are offering online classes, which includes mock tests and one on one sessions. Global Opportunities is India’s leading overseas education consultant and has created over 50,000 global graduates to date. Our experts will help you find the batch of your preference.

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