Tips for Learning GRE Vocabulary

Beth G.

Hosted By Beth G.

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Are you looking for the best ways to study vocabulary for the GRE? In this event, I will share several tips for learning new words in a way that makes them stick.


What you'll get out of this event

A handout that describes the best strategies for studying vocabulary

A list of free GRE vocabulary resources


This event is great for Anyone taking the GRE

This event covers:

Verbal Reasoning

Test Prep Strategy


Beth G.

Hosted By Beth G.

5.0

2 Reviews

99% GRE and GMAT // Stanford-educated // Experienced and friendly!

Coaches professionally

Scored a 1550 on the GRE

20+ people coached for GRE

Open to working with clients outside the U.S.

I have been helping people prepare for standardized tests like the GRE for over 15 years. I am an experienced teacher with a Master's in Education from Stanford University, and I was trained as a GRE tutor by one of the major test preparation companies. When I took the GRE in 2008, I got perfect scores on the quantitative and writing sections and scored in the 99th percentile (750/800) on the verbal section. I'd love to help you with the newer, shorter version of the test! In our first session, we will discuss your strengths and knowledge gaps, then I will curate a personalized curriculum that focuses on your specific needs. Each session, we will strengthen your fundamental understanding of a topic and then apply that understanding to a tailored set of practice questions. I will also provide you with "homework" so that you can reinforce your understanding of the material on your own time. I respect your time and resources -- I want to help you achieve your target score as efficiently as possible. In addition to being an experienced coach, I am a molecular biologist and bioinformatician with a passion for education and illustration. I am all-but-dissertation in the PhD program in Animal Biology from the University of California, Davis, and a Bachelor's in Human Biology from Stanford University. I have worked as a research assistant in a lab that studies viruses, a biology instructor at a community college, and an informal science educator at a museum and zoo. I live in Seattle with my two dogs, who are the center of my world. I look forward to getting to know you!

Tips for Learning GRE Vocabulary