GRE Study Plans and Guides

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Whether you’re studying for 1 week or 6 months, it definitely helps to add some structure to your GRE prep plan to keep you accountable, motivated, and ready for test day. Below is a list of our study guides that include recommended materials and checklists for each stage of your prep. Once you’ve figured out how long to study for GRE, find the plan that corresponds to it and dive in!

Most Popular GRE Study Schedules

Get Your Free GRE One-Month Study Schedule

One-Month Daily Schedule
[printable version]

You’ve given yourself just enough study time to see a big improvement in your score, but that’s assuming you are going to be pretty diligent over the next month. Are you worried about getting overwhelmed with studying and want lots of specific help? This study guide will give you a step-by-step plan with daily instructions to improve your GRE score and keep you focused and motivated!

Get Your Free GRE Three-Month Study Schedule

Three-Month (90 Day) Study Schedule For Beginners [printable version]

This study guide will give you specific, daily instructions to follow over the next three months. The focus will be getting your GRE practice up to speed slowly and building skills from scratch, so this study guide is perfect for those who haven’t seen in a standardized test in years and want a strong focus on the basics to start.

Not sure which schedule is right for you? Take the study plan quiz!

Additional GRE Study Plans

Want to print a schedule and study on the go? Now you can! Our most popular GRE Study Schedules are now available in a printable format. Just click the [printable version] link next to the schedule you like and go straight to the printable version. Enjoy! 🙂

1 Week Study Schedule

1-Month Study Schedules

6 Month Study Schedules

 

Additional Study Schedule Resources and Help

Watch this video for tips on how to use Magoosh’s GRE study schedules.

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