5. Drop your second guess. Researchers have proved that the first thought that comes to mind is usually the right answer. When truly in doubt, go for the answer that you first thought was correct. Listen to your instinct and logic and that is the first answer your mind suggested.
6. Control your stress. The thought of actually sitting in front of your computer on the exam day can be nerve-wracking. However, you have to control stress in order for you to answer the questions properly. Develop a routine before taking practice exams and follow that routine when you take the real exam. This is a great way to make things easier for you and staying on focus. Many fails not because of lack of preparation but because of suffering from mental-blocked caused of failing to control stress on the actual GRE examination day.