awesome contribution to new ones. It really worthy for me even after joining PTE classes I was not aware regarding these tips. It better to contribute to you online rather than wasting time offline. Incredible help. Please let me know for any contribution as well, I am a System and Network Engineer so that I can also contribute free knowledge. Thanks.
I am still going to appear for PTE next month and I had once appeared for PTE R(58) W(61) S (79) L(73). Please suggest how I could boost two weak sections (RW) as my requirement are 65 each. Thanks once again and hats off to your analytical tips.
When taking the computer-delivered GRE General Test, you are free to skip questions that you might have difficulty answering. The testing software has a "mark and review" feature that enables you to mark questions you would like to revisit during the time provided to work on that section. The testing software also lets you view a complete list of all the questions in the section on which you're working, indicates whether you've answered each question and identifies the questions you've marked for review. Additionally, you can review questions you've already answered and change your answers, provided you still have time remaining to work on that section. See new research that shows most GRE test takers increased scores when changing answers.
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Author: Laura Staffaroni Laura graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College with a BA in Music and Psychology, and earned a Master's degree in Composition from the Longy School of Music of Bard College. She scored 99 percentile scores on the SAT and GRE and loves advising students on how to excel and fulfill their college and grad school dreams. View all posts by Laura Staffaroni