Exams like GRE/GMAT/SAT/IELTS/TOELF require preparation of months in advance. 90
days would be ideal for any of the above.
Manage & organize your time:
It is not easy to manage time when it comes to deal with academics and exams like these.
So, one has to maintain a consistent and an organized schedule.
“ A step forward everyday will help you move 30 in a month”
Allocate 2 hours everyday instead of 10 hours on weekends. Share your time among all sections of the test.
Do not overlook a section because you think its easy.
Take it easy initially:
Try to get the basics right before you test yourself on very difficult
Pay more attention:
Vocabulary is many a participant's nightmare. So, indulge in learning
words using many strategies available.
On the day of the exam:
Do carry a valid identification: Passport is mandatory
Do arrive at the examination center 30 minutes in advance
Do take the list of universities with you
Do travel light: do not carry much stuff with you
Do dress in two layers, the temperatures might be cold: a full sleeved would help
Do get fresh scratch papers during breaks
Do apply for the universities after the exam
Do not panic.
Do not submit your exam in a hurry: as you cannot go back and edit it.
Don’t miss out anything even of you think it is just a small point.
Don't take any study material with you.
Do not be over confident and unrealistic.