BARRONS GRE WORD LIST PDF

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Barrons GRE High-Frequency Words. Vocabulary List. WORD. MEANING. Abate subside, or moderate. Aberrant abnormal, or deviant. Abeyance. Barron's High-Frequency GRE Word List Study online at phonotadousmo.ml 1. ABATE TO DECREASE; REDUCE ALLURE THE POWER TO ENTICE BY. Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Hey people get the barrons GRE wordlist file which is having more that words which.

In my opinion, this is not a good strategy; you'd better spend more time writing your research papers, rewriting your statement of purpose, or preparing yourself for GRE subject test, especially if you specialize in computer science.

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But, the answer would be 'Yes, absolutely,' if you are trying to memorize these words only for the GRE test itself.

The definition of the words in the word lists is based on Barron's GRE word list usually known as the word list , American Heritage dictionary because of concise definition , Longman dictionary because of precise definition , and Oxford dictionary as a complement to Longman.

I think that it is a very good practice to understand and memorize the meaning of every word in English, which you would surely agree while solving GRE questions. The word lists below are presented in the same order that I learned them in when I was preparing for a GRE test. Before printing and carrying the lists with you all the time, you should think for a while if you could benefit from the lists, and if you suppose so, how you could use them.

The lists were really helpful to me, but it may not be the case for you; they may contain some words which will never appear in any GRE administration. Or you could try programs helping you to learn the vocabulary such as Gretools.

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Whether you benefit from these word lists or not, I wish you as good GRE scores as you desire. Barron's word list 4, words The original Barron's word list has about 3, words.

This word list also includes about 1, additional words not in the original Barron's word list which I thought should be memorized together. Their definition is preceded by a 's' mark in the Ascii text file and a heart symbol in the Postscript files.

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LaTeX was used to create Postscript files from Ascii files. You might change the Ascii text files for your own use.

Using Commercial Software that Provide Vocabulary Revision There are various software available to effectively rote master vocabulary word-list. Some of them which I tried are as follows: Ultimate Vocabulary: eReflect These software are definitely very effective for memorizing up the important words, and they do provide good revision practice.

GreBible has 5 types of games for revision and costs around 30 USD. Ultimate Vocabulary software uses a lot of fancy techniques for revision and costs around 67 USD. So I started revising words from the word-list I thought that it would work fine but the memory I started developing proved to be dependent on the spatial location of the words, as I only able to recall words in the same order or in their vicinity as given in book.

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I was taking hard time recalling words randomly. Therefore, I felt that random scheduling in necessary for revision of words for an effective memory response. Later, after some time, I devised a software system which could provide these qualities: Random scheduling facility for words Their usage in a sentence Revision adaptive to the difficulty, according to the reader, of the words Based on the above requirements I started making my own software, but later realized that I should rather focus on GRE than being a software developer as I had to go for PG studies immediately.

Fortunately I found flash card software in sourceproject named Mnemosyne , which is available for free and surprisingly having all three qualities described above.

The Download link is given in my download page. Mnemosyne Mnemosyne can take user input as well as xml or text files that can be imported manually.

The question and answer should be according to the format specified. For storing the words, Mnemosyne creates a memory file with extension. I have put my complete wordlist file in my download page completeWL. I have also put alphabetical word-list in text format in an archive word-lists. User can rate questions words the according to the quickness of response in 0 to 5 ratings.

Each word is placed in two categories: memorized and not memorized. If the user rates any question with 0 or 1 rating then it is placed in the not memorized category and repeated within the number counter adjustable in Mnemosyne configuration until it is given rating higher than 1. If the word is given 2 or higher rating, it is placed in the memorized category.

Rating equal and higher than 2 controls the question repetition schedule, suppose a question is rated 2 then it will be scheduled for repetition on the next day date , 3 rated question will be repeated after days and so on. I continued with the same software with some continuous parameters tweaks as it was hard to get even hours for study after my job.

In the next sub-section I have explained all the practices that I used with Mnemosyne. My Practices with Mnemosyne I found this software repetition algorithm a little bit inefficient so I used the same with some, you may say tricks and tips, practices: I labeled words in the software with different category based on their first alphabet.

Then I started studying with the category having lowest words first for memorizing new words. This helped me in studying words selectively and with constant motivation. For memorizing new words I used to select only one category while for revision I used to select all of them.You may be required to spend more time trying to memorize the picture than the word itself. These vocabularies are recommended by thousands of GRE test takers. If possible, write down the sentences where these words appeared so that you can make flashcards.

When you come across a new word, try to find all the synonyms related to that and try to memorize atleast one synonym. Lily Das.