WARNING – The Lazy Approach to Vocabulary Building

E-Learning Expert Swears Under Oath that Vocabulary Building Doesn’t Give Students an Unfair Advantage in the GRE Exam

Studying for your GRE (Graduate Record Examination) test? What if you could discover the single most important factor that will affect your score – and then learn the secrets to improve your skill in crucial ways that will directly give you a higher test result?

Sounds unfair?

That is exactly what some people have been saying about newly available and groundbreaking vocabulary programs.

But vocabulary expert Marc Slater states that with the right tools and techniques, anyone can level the playing field by increasing their vocabulary.

Why is vocabulary such a key factor in your GRE exam result? To answer that, we need to look at the structure of the GRE test.

GRE exam sections:

  • Verbal Multiple Choice
  • Quantitative Multiple Choice
  • Analytical Writing

The shocking thing that many students don’t realize is that the GRE exam does not measure your academic ability (which explains why many straight A students do not achieve a top GRE score).

A GRE test is a standard test, using standard, specific vocabulary, which tests your ability to answer the GRE questions. And you have virtually zero chance of answering the GRE questions correctly if you don’t know the necessary words.

Many students say that the biggest obstacle to passing the GRE exam is the time limit on the questions. This is another reason that building your vocabulary is the best use of your preparation time.
Knowing the right words will enable you to:

1. Understand and select your essay questions at record speed.

2. Race through the Verbal Multiple Choice questions rapidly and accurately.

3. Let you gain extra marks for no extra knowledge with those questions that give away the correct answer in their wording – if you only understand them.

4. Relax into the test rather than panicking and losing marks as a result. You will find that you are calm and collected when you understand all the questions rather than being faced with unknown words.

5. Vastly increase your reading speed and comprehension during the exam

6. Take baffling word problems, including mathematical word problems, and turn them into straightforward questions – a huge advantage over most students.

As you can see, you are well advised to concentrate on improving your vocabulary before the big day. Good luck on your GRE exam!