Get a GRE book by the Princeton Review or Kaplan--I used the Princeton Review and got an 800. These books will not only jog your memory on the math involved in some of the trickier questions, but will also help you work out a good strategy for taking this kind of test. It sounds like you are spending too much time worrying about details and questioning your own abilities. Looking at a GRE book that is NOT manufactured by ETS may help put a lot of your fears to rest.
It sounds like you are spending too much time worrying about details and questioning your own abilities.
grae313 wrote:When I say prime factorization is unique, what I mean is that each number has one and only one set of prime factors. So of course...
Most people leave this forum because it's no longer useful for them. Some of us want to remain active to help future students and cuz it's often fun (remember garden? lol). If anyone's under so much pressure that they can't spend a few hours per week on non-work things, such as visiting this forum, they're straining themselves to the point of danger. Of course once in a while (finals week, paper submission deadline), we'll have some sleepless nights, but if that's a year-long ordeal they're in a very unhealthy situation. When you go to grad school, you'll find that most people are more normal and down-to-earth than you'd expect. They do normal things like go out to eat sometimes, talk with their parents on the phone, watch TV, get laid etc...cooper wrote:I would think you would barely have time to eat and sleep while being a full time graduate student).
quizivex wrote:A few comments based on the discussion here...
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