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15th January 2015, 01:19 AM
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Spending 2 hrs everyday will be enough for GRE exam preparation?


I'm planning to give my new gre exam in the end of may,so is 2hrs of study on weekdays and 5hrs on holidays be sufficient to get a good a score??




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15th January 2015, 06:43 PM
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Default Re: Spending 2 hrs everyday will be enough for GRE exam preparation?

Yes, you can crack GRE examination by studying 2-3 hours a day. It is best to take coaching from any reputed GRE coaching center to crack GRE examination. By practicing model papers of GRE examination, you can know your ability of scoring maximum marks in GRE examination. GRE score is the basic requirement which is needed while applying for admission in US universities. The validity of GRE score is 5 years.
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24th October 2015, 04:13 PM
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what is more benificial for gre preparation coaching or online tutorial
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Default Re: Spending 2 hrs everyday will be enough for GRE exam preparation?

Is it necessary to take coaching from any reputed classes or can we do it by self.
Is it will be hard to crack hte gre examination without any examination
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Do government of India provide 100% scholarship based on GRE score to study in abroad, especially, in UK?
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