GRE preparation using GREedge

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Hey, I am planning to take my GRE exam in September. So I wanted to know what the best way to prepare for the exam is and also about the GREedge online preparation. Is it a good coaching tool? Please leave your valuable suggestions. Thanks in adva...
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 1. Never ever go for GREedge; they are just into marketing and selling their products with minimal assistance once you are enrolled.2. First, they will try to get you enroll in some courses for GRE preparation post that they will say; now upgrade to E-Class which is just avg online classes, better tutorial Classes are available on You-Tube for free. (Why not they told about the same in the first go; why they want you to upgrade just to get extra bucks)3. They will force you to buy the courses/classes and tell you some discount coupon is available, later you will realize that these coupons are available throughout the year.4. Their large chunk of profit is coming for admission support; where they will play with your insecurities and intimidate you to buy their course so that you can apply for US universities.5. They would keep calling or keep following you over Whatsapp to the level to intimidate you to buy their products.6.They have fake Quora profile too by which they publicize their achievements.7. They are regularly conducting Webinars which are repetitive as well by which half of the time they are interested in getting data such as your name, Mobile no and email ids so that in future they can harass you by giving you call to make you buy their products.8.They are into online courses with minimal assistance but good in playing with students' emotion and will tell GRE is online and adaptive so GREedge is the only good choice.If you buy GREedge product:1.Most of the assistance through their SFSa are copy-pasted stuff, without any individual assistance.2.They will not update their feedback for weeks; you have to remind them, again and again, to get your feedbacks ready.3.They will not be available on call as well, they would try to delay.4.GRE, in general, asks for good vocabulary building, but their word-bot don't have any catch way to make you learn new words. (like mnemonics etc.)5. More than 50% of the exercise questions are repetitive so you are not getting new questions.Don't go with GREedge if you want good GRE Score and peace of mind. 

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Here are few tips to prepare well for GRE exam:

Focus and improve on your weakest subject areas.

Flash cards are valuable study resources. So create flashcards by putting a vocabulary word on one side of card and its definition on other side of card.

To score high in analytical writing section, read editorials in newspapers and magazines.

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Hey, I am planning to take my GRE exam in September. So I wanted to know what the best way to prepare for the exam is and also about the GREedge online preparation. Is it a good coaching tool? Please leave your valuable suggestions. Thanks in advance. 

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