Solve Toughest Sentence Equivalence Questions in <60 Seconds

Are you planning to take GRE? Do you find vocabulary challenging on Sentence Equivalence questions? Do you end up being partially correct on most Sentence Equivalence questions? If yes, then join our experts as they break down the structure of a typical Sentence Equivalence question and simplify the task. In this webinar we will help you understand the GRE exam and its pattern, and equip you with all the tools you need to crack Sentence Equivalence questions on the GRE.

If you are just starting your GRE prep or are stuck at a lower score, this webinar will help you gain insight into the mistakes you might be making. Join us and learn how you can avoid these mistakes and plan your preparation following few simple rules.

Live on Sunday

May 22, 2022

12:00 hrs

Mayur Tyagi

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Session Highlights

  • Understand the structure & syllabus of the test: We explain the Sectional adaptive nature of GRE, and break down the entire syllabus into a list of topics, making it easier for you to track you preparation.
  • Introduction to Sentence Equivalence (SE): Give you an insight into the skills tested on SE, and learn the key strategy to solve all SE questions in <90 seconds with minimum effort.
  • Identify how to use synonym pairs to spot correct as well as incorrect responses.
  • Learn how to recycle the clues given to you in the sentence: Avoid getting confused with answer choices by staying close to the original meaning of the sentence.
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Learn more about the Speaker

Mayur Tyagi

Mayur Tyagi

GRE® Expert

Mayur, a mechanical engineer, followed his passion for verbal reasoning and aptitude. He breaks the most complex verbal concepts into simple mathematical steps that students can easily follow and achieve scores that they desire.Training more than 5000 students over the past 7 years, his students have scores like 1570(V770). Truly following the words of Maya Angelou, "When you know better you do better", Mayur makes sure his students always know better.