Do you mind telling me what exactly was your method when using Magoosh? Like did you go through most of the video explanations or do practice problems?Everyone has different study habits but I got a 147-Q & 150-V (297 combined) on my first attempt and a 154-Q & 157-V (311 combined) on my second attempt. My writing also improved from a 4.5 to a 5. This was after 2 1/2 weeks of studying using Magoosh.
I studied for ~3-5 hrs a day, mainly watching the videos and doing practice questions/quizzes. If you've already taken the GRE, focus on material that you have difficulty with until you feel confident. Also when I had free time, I would use magoosh's flashcards app and review vocab words. Overall, I think I took like 2 or 3 practice exams throuhout the 2.5 weeks. Good luck!Do you mind telling me what exactly was your method when using Magoosh? Like did you go through most of the video explanations or do practice problems?
Echoing what @808hawaiiwarriors said, I found Magoosh to be very helpful - especially on the verbal portions. They have videos and tutorials online that I found to be very helpful and the teachers do a good job on breaking the question down, explaining what to look for, and how to get the right answer option.I am starting at 300 on my GRE my goal is 310. Does anyone have any advice on how much I should study and how long it will take?