Tag: gre

How to Succeed on GRE Test Day

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Test Prep Expert, Magoosh

Preparing for the GRE? Here's what you can do to minimize your worries and maximize your chances of success on test day. read more

Bombed the GRE? The Show Must Go On

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GRE and SAT Expert, Magoosh

Didn't do so great on the GRE? Don't let your score get you down! You don't have to give up on your dreams of grad school. read more

(Calmly) Tackling the GRE

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Freelance Writer

Worried about the GRE? Don't be! Read on for some tips and tricks to help you get through the test. read more

Did GRE Prep Just Get Fun?

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Studying for standardized tests like the GRE may not sound like your idea of a fun Friday night, but a fun new app from our friends at Magoosh takes some of the sting out of test prep. read more

Run Toward Failure to Nail Your Standardized Tests

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Author, How to Crush College

Author and MIT grad Erik Fogg shares his tried and true study tactics for the SAT and other standardized tests. read more

6 Most Tested Math Concepts to Study for the GRE and GMAT

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

The GRE and the GMAT are the gateways to graduate school, and both tests require strong algebra skills. Here are six concepts that are almost guaranteed to appear on the GRE and the GMAT! read more

Conquering Short Passages on Standardized Tests

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

Both the GMAT and the GRE include reading comprehension. So how should your approach change between its longer and shorter passages? read more

How to Track Your GMAT/GRE Errors

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

Wondering how you make so many of the same errors when practicing for the GMAT or GRE? Track your mistakes to improve your score! read more

6 Free iPhone Apps to Make Graduate School Easier

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

Here are six must-have iPhone apps for graduate school students. And because you're going to be on a budget, they're all free! read more

Standardized Test Requirements for Graduate Programs

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Former Attorney; Graduate Student; Writer and Tutor, Grockit.com

For grad school admission tests, the first and absolutely most important rule is to confirm the test requirements with the graduate program to which you're applying. They are the final decision-makers when it comes to which tests you will need to take and when you will need to take them, so always plan your standardized testing around their guidelines. However, if you're looking for just a general breakdown about standardized tests for grad school admission, the following may be helpful. read more