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寒假GRE一战157+170经验教训[备考规划/单词,填空,阅读,数学感想/资料介绍]

寒假期间把GRE考了,157+170还算中规中矩吧,所有经验教训,用了什么资料,以及考试的所感所悟我都写到链接的附件中了.希望对以后考G者有所帮助吧.(为防止有人看不到链接,顺手 ...

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GRE Ringer 2021-2-27 7 902 huali0415 昨天 23:08
【求加米】50天低强度脱产自学V160 Q170 AW3.5经验及所需资料分享

首先说下楼主的基本条件,托福107,陆本CS。由于寒假在家自制力比较弱,所以平均下来每天有效的学习时间只有2-4h。如果能做到每天学习8h的话25天内达到这个成绩不是问题。 ...

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GRE Brookss 2021-3-7 0 131 Brookss 昨天 17:51
【市面上GRE资料大集合】考满分/张巍/微臣/清柚资料大集合!这一篇帖子就够了

上一篇GRE资料分享帖好像很多朋友都不能直接下载,而且资料不是特别的全,大家一层楼一层楼的找资料也很不方便。我在把目前在网上能搜集到的资料全部放在网盘里啦,供 ...

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GRE itsiris 2021-2-25 17 905 mendenhall 前天 16:32
求GRE填空机经1400/阅读机经320/GRE最新数学400!哪位好心人能发我!

刚开始备考,求这三个资料!!问了学习规划师说是报课才能有这几个资料,想问下地里哪位大佬能发我一份不?感激不尽!!

GRE zaneayala 2021-2-25 3 196 啦啦啦啦哈哈哈 4 天前
GRE V150大概对多少题?

第一个V对8题,第二个对10题差不多吗?

GRE GRE340 2021-3-3 3 149 GRE340 4 天前
分享一些数学资料

链接:https://pan.baidu.com/s/1ePAkrapJ9NHnMsV0PZq7mg 提取码:iz9g希望可以帮助到一些需要帮助的朋友

GRE 灯塔国少年 2021-3-2 0 32 灯塔国少年 6 天前
GRE 一战162+170 自学1.5个月经验帖 单词+填空+阅读

背景介绍:2020年底毕业,本科专业经济数学。因为众所周知的Texas Lockbox的OPT delay,两个月的时间待业在家闲着也是闲着,干脆把GRE给考了,分数还算满意顺利分手~结果GR ...

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GRE oneDumbAss 2021-3-2 0 298 oneDumbAss 6 天前
GRE 两个月 170+154+3.5 经验帖

备考时间安排:7月份开始准备,上课期间每天两个小时左右主要是背单词;7月份中旬开始刷题,先看了一段时间的逍客GRE,然后自己做机经,然后再选择不同的材料练填空阅读, ...

GRE mylokiisalive 2021-2-24 2 295 XHMxhm 7 天前
V153 Q170+4.5

GRE备考一年多,分数不高,但希望分享走过的弯弯路路GRE的入门是19年10月份的时候买了雷哥的GRE网课,真是昂贵的入门。当时的楼主还不太会用地里,于是没有看到太多 ...

GRE landsia 2021-2-23 1 194 xinxinmom 2021-2-23 21:44

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分享 01GRE Issues-Law-Government-科学研究-药用大麻&干细胞研究&基因食品
蒋贵妃 2020-8-5 03:06
**The Role of Government, Science Research** . Some people argue that government restrictions on scientific research create unnecessary bureaucratic red tape, which interferes with scientists' ability to successfully carry out their work. Some fields have been so plagued by government restrictions that scientists often decide to bring their skills elsewhere, and innovation is stifled. While these are valid concerns, some government restrictions on scientific research are needed. History has taught us that if left unchecked, new technologies can destroy as many lives as they save. Thus, government restrictions that exist purely for bureaucratic reasons should be lifted, whereas those that were put in place in order to prevent new technologies from wreaking havoc on society should not. Medical marijuana and stem cell research are two examples of fields in which government restrictions have done more harm than good, while the proliferation of genetically modified foods is an instance where society could have profited from more government regulation. . According to the Food and Drug Administration, medical marijuana is classified as a Schedule I substance, meaning that it is said to have no health benefits. This classification has been contradicted by hundreds of studies, which have found that marijuana-based medications are efficacious in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, glaucoma, epilepsy, cancer, and a variety of other conditions. I have been blind since birth, but marijuana allowed me to see for the first time. Despite the momentous nature of this discovery, the researchers who I have contacted have been largely uninterested because obtaining government approval to conduct a medical marijuana study is a long and arduous process. If the government were more willing to waive some of these restrictions, my discovery would most likely benefit thousands of other blind people. In addition, other citizens who have made similar discoveries would feel free to step forward because they would not fear ridicule or prosecution. Of course, some restrictions should still remain, such as those that are designed to ensure that marijuana-based drugs are safe and have few long-term side effects. . Stem cell research, particularly embryonic stem cell research, is another field that has been hampered by government regulations. Some of these regulations are the result of religious ideologies claiming that destroying an embryo is akin to destroying the life of a newborn baby. Since our country is a secular nation, and since eggs are clearly not sentient, our politicians’ religious beliefs should not be used to justify restrictions on stem cell research. Furthermore, some stem cell treatments have been associated with the growth of tumors, and such studies have provided fodder for government officials to argue for the suspension of stem cell research. However, this sort of black-and-white thinking is rarely useful. Rather than stopping stem cell research altogether, government agencies should collaborate with scientists in order to understand the circumstances under which risk of cancer is greatest and to design new protocols to minimize this risk. . In contrast to the previous examples, research on the genetic modification of food has been allowed to run rampant. Corporations are able to produce more colorful vegetables and larger animals than ever before. Consequences of eating genetically modified food include an increased cancer risk and precocious puberty. Thus far, the federal government has done little to address this problem, and legislation on the labeling of genetically modified foods varies from state to state. After scientists developed genetic engineering technologies, the government should have intervened to restrict the circumstances under which these technologies can be used. . From the above examples, it is apparent that some government regulation of scientific research is inevitable, but that officials should also be willing to revise these regulations if necessary. Scientific research is a rapidly changing landscape, and government officials should always be kept informed of the latest trends. All too often, the relationship between politicians and scientists is adversarial, despite the fact that collaboration benefits everyone. The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a well-renowned center for policy research, is an institution that embodies this sort of collaboration; it would be prudent for other organizations to follow suit. . . .  Red tape 官僚习气  Plague n. 瘟疫;灾祸;麻烦事,讨厌的人;v.使苦恼;纠缠;使得灾祸  Lift v. 举起;解除禁令;顺手牵羊;抄袭;逮捕  put in place 到位;落实到位;正在实施  wreaking vt. 发泄;报仇;造成(巨大的破坏或伤害)  marijuana n. 大麻;大麻毒品  efficacious adj. 有效的;灵验的  glaucoma n. 青光眼;绿内障  epilepsy n. 癫痫,癫痫症  Ideologies 意识形态  suspension n. 悬浮;暂停;停职  run rampant 猖狂;泛滥成灾  precocious adj. 早熟的;过早发育的
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分享 GRE 学习打卡_4 (计划)
AndyMoriaty 2019-10-4 07:23
8.00 洗澡,洗衣服,早饭。 11.00 背同义词第四页。 11.20 吃午饭 12.20 同义词
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分享 GRE 学习打卡_3
AndyMoriaty 2019-10-3 21:36
今天下午把女朋友送回去了。 下午和晚上看了两部电影:惊天魔盗团(不喜欢),猫鼠游戏(catch me if you can) 晚上时间不多了,把衣服送洗,收拾宿舍,洗澡,然后再刷刷题。 一定要把明天的日程表做好,整理好定期的事情。 10.12 TOEFL 11.1 GRE 11.16 TOEFL 加油
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分享 GRE 复习日志__2
热度 1 AndyMoriaty 2019-10-1 16:05
成绩单:十一期间教务处貌似关门了,十一一过就去教务处把信封密封了,盖章。 GRE:今天复习作文模版,复习同义词,练习阅读题。 托福:练习一小时听力。 女票:带女票逛学校。 fighting!
个人分类: GRE 学习打卡|3 次阅读|1 个评论
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