Tag: study

Is Your Child Ready for College? Avoid Remediation With Spring and Summer Prep

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CEO, Founder, Dianis Educational Systems, LLC

Each year, thousands of students across the nation begin their preparations for collegiate studies. As you regard your own college-bound student, there are several ways you can help ensure he or she has the best possible college experience. read more

Using Social Networking to Prep for Graduate School

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Test Prep Tutor and Writer, Grockit.com

Studying online for the GMAT and the GRE isn't just recommended, it's essential! Whether you prefer Twitter, Facebook, or just scouring the Web for resources, there are plenty of tools to help you succeed. 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

5 Common SAT Reading Mistakes

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Director of SAT Programs, Veritas Prep

Students often believe that the Reading portion of the SAT is the most subjective. But in reality, the SAT Reading section is just as objective as the SAT Math section. If you struggle with this section, you may be approaching it in one (or more) of the following ways. read more

Pulling an All-Nighter: Bad for Your Health?

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Senior Assistant Editor, Carnegie Communications

All-nighters often seem like a great solution to that pesky procrastination problem. But what most people believe to be a productive studying technique can actually be harmful to your health. read more