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Here's a WSJ article that cites a study saying test prep only boosts SAT scores 30 points: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124278685697537839.html
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I'm not sure any studies have been done on the topic, but it seems likely that future doctors achieve much higher-than-average SAT scores in high school. This doesn't necessarily mean they're smarter than people with lower scores, but it does demonstrate they're academically oriented and hard workers. Most pay attention in school, do their work, study and get good grades. Many students with average scores slack off in those areas.
study hard, pray to your god and believe in yourself.
The standard scores for the Verbal Section and Quantitative Sections are about 470 and 570 respectively. The GRE Test results comprise four different scores: a total score, and separate scores for Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing Assessment sections. The total score is reported out of 1600 and the sectional scores are out of 800. The Writing Assessment section is scored separately on 6. Source: http://www.indobase.com/study-abroad/gre/gre-score.html
you can study one without the other
Do the assignments and study, study, study.
If you're doing a comparative study of past and present cultures, decide what you want to compare. You can compare style of dress, food, occupations, and living conditions.
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