2 Week Plan Summary

The two week study plan for the GRE revised General Test is very similar to the one week study plan. You should familiarize yourself with each of the quantitative, verbal, and analytical writing assessment sections of the GRE exam. Two weeks is not enough time to learn many new vocabulary words, but it is enough time for you to review hundreds of words and to become familiar with the type of words that you should expect to encounter on the GRE.

During the course of the two weeks, you should attempt many of the practice questions that are available on MyGRETutor. You should definitely take at least one practice test, preferably two. In taking the first simulation test, your goal should be to get a sense of the format and structure of the exam. Use the results of your second practice exam to hone in on those math topics and/or verbal question types that you have trouble with.

Expect to spend 2 hours each day, 5 days each week, for two whole weeks, for a total of 20 hours of study time.