Simple Ways to Prep for Your GRE While You’re In School

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With fall semester college classes back in swing many students are tempted to postpone their GRE prep. Whether it’s GRE quantitative, GRE verbal, or GRE analytical writing, there’s a better solution than postponing it; a very simple solution that will keep you from losing hard-won ground as you prepare for the GRE test. © CodyContinue reading “Simple Ways to Prep for Your GRE While You’re In School”

What is the GRE?

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Many grad schools around the world require you to take the GRE—but what is the GRE? And what do you absolutely have to know about it? The GRE, officially known as The Graduate Record Examination General Test, is supposed to test your verbal, mathematical and analytical thinking skills. (Whether it actually does this very well is aContinue reading “What is the GRE?”

The GRE: When Should You Start Prepping?

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     If you really want to get the best GRE scores possible, start studying long before you will be taking the GRE test. Ideally, that means at least a month beforehand. And don’t forget to schedule your test with enough time for your GRE scores to get to your grad school of choice. GREContinue reading “The GRE: When Should You Start Prepping?”

Top Five GRE Tips

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Start studying for your GRE early. How early? You can improve on your GRE math (quantitative) scores quickly since most of it is basic, and most people just need a refresher. Building an adequate GRE vocabulary, however, takes a long time. Several months is best. Be strategic with what you study for the GRE. For example, it’s notContinue reading “Top Five GRE Tips”

Are you really GRE ready?

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When building a house, smart people get with an architect long before the first thumb is hammered. Fail to get expert advice and you’re asking for train-track-through-your-balcony headaches! Taking a GRE prep course is like talking to an architect.  They may cost you some bucks, but © Cody Blair, All Rights Reserved.

Revised GRE Quantitative Practice (FREE)

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No, the site is … ummm … not really designed for aesthetes.  But, hey, free is free.  Thanks WTAMU! While the practice is good, it’s based on the old version of the GRE Quantitative (GRE Math), not the revised GRE quantitative. Your best bet for practice on the GRE math as it looks on theContinue reading “Revised GRE Quantitative Practice (FREE)”

GRE Prep

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StudyProf GRE Prep Course Covers. . . All three sections of the GRE: Quantitative, Verbal, and Written Analytical. We’ll cover everything you need to get an excellent GRE score and get into the grad school you want. Secrets, powerful techniques, and targeted GRE practice on the different GRE question types you’ll see in each section.Continue reading “GRE Prep”

GRE Prep? Must know info for students

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Taking a GRE prep course is really an ideal first step for most students. You normally start building a house by getting with an architect to plan the building. Taking a prep course is like talking to an experienced architect first. They can help you make sure that none of your time and effort is wasted.Continue reading “GRE Prep? Must know info for students”

The GRE; An Overview

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The GRE, officially known as The Graduate Record Examination General Test, is supposed to test verbal, mathematical and writing skills learned by students during college. Most graduate programs require GRE scores to consider students for admission. Key Facts: In the US, the GRE is given as a Computer Adaptive Test, or CAT. In other countries,Continue reading “The GRE; An Overview”