Firstly, thanks a lot to the faculty for your valuable guidance, without which it would have been impossible to score 318. I attribute my achievement to Princeton Review's exhaustive set of scientifically prepared study materials and practice questions and the way the concepts and techniques of problem solving are elucidated in class. GRE Verbal Section: In the revised edition, Verbal Reasoning Section has become much trickier than the previous version and is no longer a mere mug-up business. It is important that students practice as many questions as possible under proper guidance and closer the difficulty level of the practice questions are to that of original GRE, the better. In this respect, Princeton Review's study materials helped me immensely in my preparation, both in quality and quantity. On top of that the techniques that were taught in class are very easy to follow and employ under time bound examination environment.*GRE Quant Section: *I believe for any "cool-headed" Indian getting a score of 157 in Quantitative reasoning should be a cake-walk. But from 157 onwards it all depends on how smartly an individual can improvise. In this respect as well the problem solving techniques, particularly the ones which were based on Geometry, taught in class helped me greatly in tackling apparently straightforward but tricky questions.