Gre one month study plan

To understand what it means to prepare for an exam like GRE in 1 month, you must understand the complications that come with it. Basically, you will be giving extra efforts and you’ll need to take time out for serious study everyday.

Time here indicates the running time of video lectures, including solutions. The actual study time may vary depending on the individual student. For most students, spending about 3 hours every weekday and about five hours each on Saturday and Sunday should be sufficient time for preparation.

Please dedicate 45 minutes every day for Membean vocabulary building exercises.

Week 1 Time

Introduction to GRE:

Introduction

Various Sections

Why GRE?

Question Solving Techniques (Video)

Question Solving Techniques (Test)

Course Plan

Application Process

Scoring Pattern

5 Hours

15 mins

30 mins

30 mins

2 Hrs 15 mins

20 mins

10 mins

15 mins

15 mins

Quant: Concepts and Practice Questions

Numbers

Arithmetic

Algebra

Geometry and Mensuration

10 hours

4 hrs

2 hrs 15 mins

2 hrs 30 mins

1 hr 30 mins

Verbal: RC: Concepts and Practice Questions

Introduction to RC

Reading Principles

3 hours

25 mins

3hrs 30 mins

Verbal: RC: Concepts and Practice Questions

RC Rules

RC rules practice tests

9 hours

5 hours

4 hours

Membean Exercises 3 hours
Total 26 hours

 

Week 2 Time

Verbal: RC: Official Guide Solutions

Introduction and Official Guide Questions Sets 1, 2 and 3.

Verbal: RC: Question Bank

RC section tests- 1 to 5 passages.

 

2 hrs

3 hrs

Quant: Concepts and Practice questions:

Coordinate geometry

Permutation and Combination

Probability

3 hrs

1 hr

1 hr

1 hr 15 mins

 

Quant: Concepts and Practice questions

Statistics

Advanced quant

Data interpretation

Official guide questions: Sets 1 to 4

Question bank: Section tests 1 to 5.

6 hrs

1 hrs 45 mins

45 mins

1 hr

2 hrs

1 hr 45 mins

Verbal: RC Question bank

RC section tests: 6 to 20 passages

3 hrs

Verbal: RC question bank

RC Section tests: 21 to 25 passages

Adaptive question banks

4 hrs

2 hrs

2 hrs

Total 25 hours

 

Week 3 Time

RC Section tests: 21 to 25 passages

Adaptive question banks

2 hrs

Verbal: Text completion:

Concepts and practice questions

Official guide sets 1,2 and 3

Section tests 1 to 5

3 hrs 30 mins

2 hrs

1 hr

Quant: Question bank:

Section tests 6-10

Adaptive question bank

1 hr 45 mins

3 hrs

Verbal: Text completion: Question bank

Section test: 6-10

3 hrs

Quant: Advanced workshop: Parts 1 to 7

Quant: High level Questions

45 mins

1 hr

Verbal: RC: High level questions

High level questions- 10 passages

Verbal: Sentence Equivalence: High level questions

High level questions 1 to 5 (75 questions)

3 hrs

5 hrs

1 hr 45 mins

Total 27 hours

 

Week 4 Time
Revision of Verbal and Quant formulae 3 hrs

Verbal: RC: High level questions

High level questions- 10 passages

4 hrs
AWA: Analysis of Argument 1 hr
AWA: Analysis of Issue 1 hr
Revision of Verbal & Quant concepts 3 hrs
Mock GRE tests 1, 2, & 3 12 hours
Total 24 hours

There you go! A proper 1 month study plan that covers all the portions of GRE in a proper order. You must be prepared to put in approximately 3 hours per day on weekdays. Also, you must maintain a check on the vocabulary building exercises as well. You can go for Membean vocabulary exercises in the morning, can devote some time for GRE Quantitative reasoning in the afternoon and in the night settle down with Verbal lectures. All in all, you must be able to finish 25 hours of studying in a month to finish the syllabus.