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  • Tips to plan your GRE solving strategy
    Posted on November 27, 2020
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    In certain ways, the GRE is a traditional standardized exam. For one it’s an endurance test. You’re going to stay there for about four hours. It’s also a speed test; you’re going to face considerable time pressure. And it’s an ability test, of course, you’re going to be tested on material that graduate schools have… Read More »

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    GRE Quantitative Comparison questions makeup almost 40% of GRE quant, and can therefore determine the type of score you will earn on the test individually. That’s why it’s safe to say that you can get a good handle on this section, almost half of the battle is won. Having said that, most test-takers are not… Read More »

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  • Get ready for your GRE test day
    Posted on October 23, 2020
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    In this article, we will answer everything you need to know about the day of the GRE test in this guide. We’ll explain what you need to have ready before the day of the examination, what you should do before leaving for the examination, how to check in at the test center, and last-minute GRE… Read More »

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  • Retaking the GRE exam? Plan your strategy
    Posted on October 12, 2020
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    If you are thinking of retaking the GRE exam, you are probably doing it to improve your chances of admission at top schools or for some additional scholarship or to just improve your score. But retaking the exam brings its own set of doubts- whether it is worth the, cost, time, and effort, will it… Read More »

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    We all know that the GRE test is taken through a computer. This can be a challenge for some test takers owing to the necessity to spend four hours straight staring at the computer or the inconvenience of not being able to mark the reading comprehension passages. But there are positive aspects of taking the… Read More »

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  • Six super tips to study GRE vocabulary
    Posted on September 14, 2020
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    The GRE’s vocabulary section requires considerable preparation, however, the usual method of remembering multiple words by repeating them over and over or using flashcards may not be effective. Here we bring you some scientific ways to remember the words and their meanings and efficiently prepare for the vocabulary section of the GRE. Use the testing… Read More »

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