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  1. Hi Guys, This thread is for those of you who feel that having a study partner or a group would be beneficial for acing the GRE test. I have found out the best way to study, motivate and progress on GRE in study groups. It is not through online forums or skype. Both of these platforms are effective but not the efficient ones. They tend to make you waste more of your valuable time. Statistically, what seems to work is a whatsapp study group. Think about it. We waste a lot of time on Whatsapp scrolling the forwards in numerous groups without any purpose and as a habit we keep on checking Whatsapp every now and then. This is the Link here. So, a whatsapp study group which has members who are serious about the GRE test will make a huge difference; what is even better is when the group is diverse with people from different parts of the community. Anyone who is interested, please reply to the thread and pm me your whatsapp number. Please feel free to share any other better ideas that you might have. Also, if you come to see this thread and you know someone else who is preparing for the GRE test, please refer them here. Happy Studying!
  2. Is there anyone in the mid-advanced stages of their study and in the NYC area that would like to get together to study for the GRE? I have taken the exam twice and I'm right at the cusp of 160 in both areas. I'd like to prep and see if I can hit 163+ in both areas comfortably. I took Testmasters online and didn't really get much out of that. I opted for private tutoring and it was helpful too, but the virtual part made it tricky. I would love to do in person prep but have found that Kaplan, Princeton Review, etc have people in the course who are at the initial stages of their study, and thus probably would not be an effective use of my time since I'm targeting more advanced skills. Feel free to message me if you're interested.
  3. Greetings all! I am preparing to take the GRE in August, and I have read several tips from people with 325+ scores saying that study groups work really well. I was wondering if there are any other preppers in the Triangle area that wanted to get together for a study group. If you are interested please reply, then we can start a whatsapp group and schedule our first meetup. Thank you for your time!
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