- 0Mar 4, '13 by JUSTanLPNWhat's the best GRE prep you've come across that helped in the different aspects of the test.
What prep did you use? And what did that prep not do a good job on?
- 0Mar 12, '13 by bosfnp2bI used the following and it worked really well, considering that I only had 2 weeks to study before taking the exam. I managed a 93rd percentile in verbal, 70th in quant and a 5 in writing.
-kaplan vocab flash cards
-kaplan review book w/ electronic practice tests
-powerscore weekend class (they go over all of the essentials in one weekend)
- 0Mar 15, '13 by JUSTanLPNNice thanks for the info. Ill have about 6 months to prepare but I have to nail this test. My CRNA schools around here are very competitive. Even though Ill have a 3.7/3.8 gpa it won't mean much without impressive scores. The minimum is a 150/150 an 3.5 writing. How difficult is that to obtain? Is that a high mark or average score for someone who prepared adequately?
- 0Mar 15, '13 by myelinA 150/150 is equivalent to around a 1050 on the old exam, ie: a very average score. That should not be hard to obtain at all, especially if you study a bit. Seriously, nursing is a field that's extremely forgiving when it comes to the GRE, unlike pretty much every other field. Do not stress.