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Monthly Archives: June 2019

149 to 170 working full time: a Reddit LSAT success story

149 to 170 working full time: a Reddit LSAT success story Summary Took the guy 2 years, 4+ LSATs, and $3500. He was working full-time and taking some online college courses, so he had a busy schedule. He was a big fan of using 7Sage analytics, drilling questions, and reviewing explanations from 7Sage to get […]

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How to prepare for the GRE according to Reddit

This is a compilation of summaries from my Reddit GRE posts. How to prepare for the GRE according to Reddit How to prepare for GRE quant 1. “Use ETS math review. Do the Magoosh questions, and took notes on the explanations. Also use the official ETS materials and the Official Guide to the GMAT. Take […]

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From 162Q/157V to 167Q/166V: r/GRE success story

From 162Q/157V to 167Q/166V: r/GRE success story Summary The guy is a non-native English speaker who took about 3 months to study for the exam. He worked full time, and so could only study 2 hours a day. For quant: he found ETS math review helpful. He did the Magoosh questions, then took notes on […]

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How I went from a 154Q/155V to a 166Q/160V (320+): story from Reddit GRE

How I went from a 154Q/155V to a 166Q/160V (320+): story from Reddit GRE Summary The guy spent 3-4 weeks straight studying. For quant: he used the detailed Manhattan books (green books), as he felt weak on math. He took notes on each book as he went through. Once he finished them, he went back […]

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160Q/150V to 169Q/161V: Reddit GRE success story

160Q/150V to 169Q/161V: Reddit GRE success story Summary For quant: use the questions from the Manhattan Prep book (although this guy already was a math tutor, so…). Try to develop shortcuts by reviewing questions, but don’t be afraid to use your calculator. For verbal: this guy actually skipped vocab. Instead, he focused on reading comprehension, […]

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