“I’ve always been interested in research,” says Sukriti Verma, a Delhi Technological University graduate. “But the professors around me didn’t really promote it as much as I would’ve liked,” she continues. Sukriti keenly follows research activities at universities and research labs around the world. That is the primary motivation for her to study abroad.
In the meantime she also works as a Member of Technical Team at Adobe, Noida. When she joined the weekend GRE batch at Jamboree, Sukriti had some idea of GRE preparation because she had taken the self-study route for about a year. Her mock test scores had stopped at 313 and no matter what she did she couldn’t score higher.
“Jamboree showed me quicker ways to solve problems…ways that were less vulnerable to errors,” says she. In verbal, her bête noire was RC. At times, she would feel that all five options were correct! Slowly but surely, her mock test scores improved and with them, her confidence.
Three months later, Sukriti took the GRE and her score stood at a commendable 334. That’s no small feat for someone who was working full-time all the while. ‘Seek help if you lack the discipline to prepare yourself’ is her message to GRE aspirants. Well said, Sukriti. We wish you the very best!