Woldoff GRE Prep 2024


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Woldoff GRE Prep 2024 course provides you with the tools, strategies, and confidence you need to excel on the GRE exam. From verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning to analytical writing, the course covers all sections of the GRE exam in-depth, ensuring you're fully prepared for test day. Engage with dynamic lessons, interactive quizzes, and realistic practice tests that mirror the GRE exam experience. Track your progress, identify areas for improvement, and refine your skills in real-time. Gain access to proven GRE strategies and techniques that will help you tackle even the most challenging questions with ease. Learn how to approach each section strategically, manage your time effectively, and maximize your score potential.


24+ Lessons | 222+ Exercises |


3+ Full Length Tests | 222+ Practice Test Questions

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Lessons 1: Introduction

  • About This Course
  • Icons Used in This Course
  • Where to Go from Here

Lessons 2: Knowing the GRE

  • Knowing the GRE Sections
  • Knowing the GRE Scores
  • Bringing the GRE into Your Comfort Zone
  • Using Old Scores

Lessons 3: Planning Your Time

  • Planning Your Prep Time
  • Planning Your Exam Time
  • Planning Your Mental and Physical Time
  • Scheduling Your Exam

Lessons 4: Planning for Exam Day: Everything Outside the Exam

  • Planning the Night Before
  • Planning for Contingency
  • It’s Them, Not You: Testing under Adverse Conditions

Lessons 5: Upping Your Best GRE Verbal Score

  • Building Your Core Skills
  • Managing Your Time

Lessons 6: What Are They Saying: Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence

  • Clinching Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence Questions
  • Developing Your Skills for Finding the Correct Answers
  • Taking the Best and Only Approach
  • Interpreting Trickier Sentences
  • Getting Your Hands Dirty with Some Practice

Lessons 7: Getting the Gist: Reading Comprehension

  • Recognizing the Three Reading Comprehension Question Formats
  • Developing Strategies for Success
  • Acing the Three Commonly Tested Reading Comprehension Passages

Lessons 8: Critical Thinking: Argument Analysis Questions

  • Covering the Answer Choices
  • Reading the Question for What It’s Asking
  • Reading the Passage for What the Question Is Asking
  • Answering the Question in Your Own Words
  • Eliminating Each Wrong Answer

Lessons 9: Expanding Your Vocabulary to Boost Your Score

  • Brushing Up on Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots
  • Memorizing the GRE’s Most Common Vocabulary Words

Lessons 10: Raising Your Best GRE Math Score

  • Managing Your Time
  • Typing an Answer
  • Selecting Two or More Answers
  • Selecting the Quantity That’s Greater

Lessons 11: Working with Numbers and Operations

  • Working with Integers, Factors, and Multiples
  • Working with Math Terms
  • Working with Prime and Composite Numbers
  • Working with the Units Digit
  • Working with Absolute Value
  • Working with Order of Operations
  • Working with Fractions
  • Working with Decimals
  • Working with Percentages
  • Working with Factorials
  • Working with Ratios

Lessons 12: Solving Algebra and Functions

  • Solving Bases and Exponents
  • Solving Math Operators
  • Solving for X
  • Solving Square Roots and Radicals
  • Solving Coordinate Geometry
  • Solving Patterns in a Sequence
  • Solving f(x) Functions

Lessons 13: Drawing Geometry

  • Drawing Lines and Angles
  • Measuring Polygons
  • Drawing Triangles
  • Drawing Quadrilaterals
  • Drawing Circles
  • Drawing 3D Shapes

Lessons 14: Simplifying Word Problems

  • Simplifying the Steps
  • Simplifying Time and Distance
  • Simplifying Units of Measurement
  • Simplifying Averages
  • Simplifying Work Problems
  • Simplifying Team-Work Problems
  • Simplifying Mixture Problems
  • Simplifying Sets and Groups
  • Simplifying Probability
  • Simplifying Counting Methods

Lessons 15: Interpreting Data and Graphs

  • Interpreting Basic Stats
  • Interpreting Tables and Graphs

Lessons 16: Comparing Quantities

  • Comparing Exact Answer Choices
  • Comparing Steps
  • Comparing via Strategy

Lessons 17: Writing the Essays Well and Fast

  • Setting Your Sights on a Perfect 6
  • Writing the Issue Essay
  • Writing the Argument Essay

Lessons 18: Practicing Your Essays

  • Setting the Stage for a Realistic Experience
  • Writing an Issue Essay: Some Samples
  • Writing an Argument Essay: Some Samples

Lessons 19: Practice Exam 1

  • Section 1
  • Section 2
  • Section 3
  • Section 4

Lessons 20: Practice Exam 2

  • Section 1
  • Section 2
  • Section 3
  • Section 4

Lessons 21: Practice Exam 3

  • Section 1
  • Section 2
  • Section 3
  • Section 4

Lessons 22: Ten Key Facts about the GRE

  • You May Return to Previous Questions in the Same Section
  • The GRE Doesn’t Penalize for Guessing
  • The GRE Uses a Percentile-Based Scoring System
  • Practice Makes All the Difference
  • You Must Prepare for the GRE
  • The GRE Is Different from the SAT and ACT
  • The GRE Also Measures Your Stamina and Performance under Pressure
  • The General GRE Is Not Program-Specific
  • You Can Practice the GRE on Your Own Computer
  • You Can’t Bring Anything into the Testing Center

Lessons 23: Ten Mistakes You Won’t Make (While Others Will)

  • You Won’t Cheat
  • You Won’t Run Out of Steam
  • You Won’t Neglect Your Breaks
  • You Won’t Dwell on Questions from Previous Sections
  • You Won’t Panic Over the Time Limit
  • You Won’t Rush Through the Questions
  • You Definitely Won’t Choke on the Essays
  • You Won’t Fret Over the Hard Questions
  • You Won’t Take the Exam with a Friend
  • You Won’t Change Your Morning Routine

Lessons 24: Ten Ways to Build Your Skills with the Online Practice Exams

  • Build Your Stamina by Taking a Practice Exam in One Sitting
  • Recognize the Mistakes You Make under Pressure
  • Get Used to Others Being in the Room
  • Make It a Dress Rehearsal
  • Get a Competitive Edge
  • Practice Your Test-Taking Strategies
  • Know the Exam Software
  • Get Used to Starting with the Essays
  • Find Your Areas of Focus
  • Review the Answers and Explanations