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Ask and you shall receive! Based on the many requests from our students thank you, as always, for your suggestions! Feel free to share with friends, print it out, and use it to learn some new vocabulary words on the go.

Let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback love it? Ready to improve your GRE score? Get started today. Thank you for this feedback! I will pass it along to our product and content teams. One option is to use an app like Quizlet to create your own flashcards and write your notes there.

We think that the act of creating your own notecards can be very beneficial because it gives you more experience with each word. Thanks for reaching out with this feedback, and I hope you continue to enjoy learning from our flashcards!

For word lists that are updated on a regular, ongoing basis, you can use our flashcard app or our vocabulary builder app. With that said, the mix of words on the GRE has changed surprisingly little over the last several years. So this eBook can also be a useful GRE vocab study tool. I was reading your vocabulary instructions and I found this sentence.

First, thank you so much for pointing this out. First, highest, or foremost in importance, rank, worth, or degree; chief. See Synonyms at chief. One who holds a position of presiding rank, especially the head of an elementary school or high school. I hope that clears up any confusion here! Principal is the right word because it refers to a person—specifically a person who is the head of a school. Does your GRE plan include the video as to how to memorize vocabulary, such as memory triggers or mnemonics.

We definitely include multiple lessons on techniques for both memorizing vocabulary and understanding vocabulary in context. The e-book is so great! I love understanding where the words come from — knowing the origin really helps me remember the words.

It would be super helpful to have the definition explicitly written out right before the background information about the word. The reason I think the definition should be first is because sometimes the incorrect definition of the word that is presented for contrast can stick with me rather than the actual definition, which comes later on and is a bit hard to find.

I felt the same. Thank you guys so much, learning a lot, not just for the test, also the background of some words is nicely explained! Sam was ambivalent about studying for the GRE because it ate up a lot of her time, yet he learned many words and improved at reading comprehension.

Thanks for your keen eye for detail! You have sharp eyes—I hope this serves you well on the GRE! Today ,for the first time I was reading the content and found this mistake. Her and he ….. We are a small team with a lot of projects, so even though this is on our to-do list, we may not be able to fix it immediately. I hope you understand and are still able to get some good use out of our Vocabulary eBook! The words in both resources are the same, but they are organized differently.

The flashcards application is organized by frequency and difficulty of the words, while the eBook is organized by theme. I would like to say the GRE will only use the correct one, but I think the safer assumption should be that you need to determine the true intention through context, which makes reading comprehension and grammar knowledge very key! I hope that helps a little. This e-book is amazing!!! But it only has hundreds of words in it? Are you planning to update it? We only wanted a finite number of words in the eBook so that we could encourage students who master those to move on with reading in context and learning words through active reading strategies!

You might want to get started with this blog post for more information. Do you think that will suffice? Please advise. The GRE can include many, many other words than what is on our list or any list of GRE vocabulary, and that is why reading extensively is VERY important no matter what level your vocabulary is at. While studying vocabulary is certainly an essential element, try not to think of the GRE as a simple vocabulary test. The most important thing is that you do a lot of reading from outside sources, such as the New York Times, the Economist, and the New Yorker, in addition to learning vocabulary from flashcards.

Instead, people use to walk in front of the large temple. I just checked out the link to download the file, and it works fine for me. On page 22, at Demur Vs Demure section, in the example sentence : Wallace dislike the cold……….. I think it should be either dislikes or disliked.

Hi there! Thanks for having such a sharp eye for detail! Thanks for writing about this. Hi Victor, That is a misspelling! Thanks for catching that one! All the best, Dani. Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Nisha. I am heavily indebted to this vocab ebook as I am to Magoosh for their helpful guidance through the GRE overview book and reviews of tons of study material.

A capital dose of humour with an incredible variety of examples, it illustrates the way a vocab book ought to be written. I have taken the GRE but I am still going to revise this book every now and then. Being a working professional, I did not have the time to take formal training but as mentioned, I am indebted to Magoosh for the free resources.

I am certain that instructors who can prepare such test material are wholly capable of significantly bolstering test scores as they claim to. I scored Verbal and in Quant i. Essay scores awaited. Please i want to write the gre but i am scared. Can u share your experience in the gre with me. Kindly share your GRE preparation strategy with me Waiting for your response.

You can revert on guptamonica16 gmail. Hi Eve, Thanks for catching that one! Best, Dani. Please can you help figure out that whether vocabulary building tactics i adapted is right or not?

I give here an example.. Egregious…I am used to search it in four dictionary… 1. Mnemonic dictionary…to have a look at mnemonics of that word and also for synonyms 4. Oxford learner dictionary using it less …for easy sentences for that word.

Word … Egregious Definition.. It takes approximately minutes for one word to absorb and learn like that. So capacity of learning has become limited to 15 words at cost of hour.

NOW my Questions are. If yes then mention what should be modification in method otr other method which I should use. I am very grateful if you help me to sort out this enervating issue about preparing method of vocabulary.

Thanks in advance. I observed that the mode of preparation that you are using is very similar to one that i am for the past 2 months. I have done extensive googling — tried and tested various methods. Hence thought of sharing my experiences. Furthermore, this approach is more enjoyable. Please bear this in mind. You cannot learn all the words that English has produced. Set some tangible goal. First i mastered the , then the , and now doing the Once you achieve your target, you can use the guessing route for any freshly encountered word.

Think aloud. Phrase new sentences. Connect the new word to the already learnt one. This way, you can revise casually but effectively.


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Magoosh's free GRE vocabulary flashcards span all difficulty levels letting you focus on words that are the right difficulty for you, no matter what your verbal skills are. Chris Lele and our GRE experts have carefully selected of the most common and challenging words on the GRE to focus your vocabulary practice. With a great design optimized for web, iPhone , and Android , you can take your GRE flashcards with you anywhere, so studying on the go is a breeze. Magoosh focuses your practice on the words you need to review the most, saving you valuable time and making sure you truly remember what you have studied.


GRE Vocabulary Flashcards

Fortunately for all you aspiring GRE test-takers, there are hundreds of GRE word lists floating around, filled with the GRE vocabulary words that tend to appear over and over again in official tests. Unfortunately, most of these lists are of quality that is…wanting a GRE word that means lacking. To help you navigate the extensive world of GRE vocabulary lists, this post goes over how to best approach GRE vocabulary preparation, and reviews some of the best GRE word lists out there. We even share the top 20 most tested GRE words—get ready for a quiz! GRE vocabulary words are tested—surprise!

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