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Do You Live in the Bay Area? Enter Our #Enjoytheride Contest!

Here’s the Deal: Between December and February, Magoosh is advertising inside BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains, all around the San Francisco Bay Area. To celebrate, we are throwing a fun contest for fellow members of our hometown. Ready to win some Magoosh swag?   Track Down Our Ads! Here’s how you enter the contest: […]

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Student Referral Rewards: Refer Friends = Get Rewards.

Do you love Magoosh? If so, refer your friends and you will be handsomely rewarded. We will send you a $10 Amazon gift card for each friend of yours that also buys a paid account (GRE or GMAT; Math, Verbal, Premium, or 30-day–it doesn’t matter what kind of subscription, as long as it’s a paid one!). […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: Mistaken Notions

Is something awry, amiss, or off? Is your perception, belief, or opinion misinformed? Well, hopefully these words will disabuse you (“disabuse” means to show someone that his or her belief is mistaken). Misattribution “To be or not to be,” said Macbeth. “That is the question?” … Actually, the question is: from where did you get […]

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Hansoo Lee Fellowship: Donate to Support Future Entrepreneurs

Please donate to support the memory of Hansoo Lee, a co-founder of Magoosh, without whom we wouldn’t have the opportunity to work with amazing students like you. Hansoo Lee, co-founder and former CEO of Magoosh, and one my closest friends, passed away nearly 2 years ago after a battle with non-smoker’s lung cancer. Hansoo was […]

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GRE Student Post: “Improvement comes slowly and gradually.”

Next up, Orchi! Orchi has some great tips to help you stay calm. Thanks for sharing! About me: Hi, I am from India. I am currently pursuing my under graduation in engineering field. I plan to continue my higher studies in my current field. I love dancing and trying out new cuisines. Biggest Challenge: Verbal was the most […]

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Choosing Graduate Programs to Apply To

There are thousands of graduate programs to choose from. If you’re overwhelmed by the choice, you’re not alone. Check out Accepted.com’s advice for how to narrow down the list of schools that are right for you. “Choosing Graduate Programs to Apply To” is excerpted from the Accepted.com special report, Get Your Game On: Prepping for […]

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Magoosh Brain Twister: The Smallest Big Change – Explanation

Alright Magooshers, let’s see how you fared on this week’s Brain Twister!   Question Lowering which of the following numbers by one will result in the least decrease of n? 17 19 23 29 31   Answer and Explanation The GRE likes to test your ability to reason with numbers. Can you see general patterns, […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: Relatively Obscure Words

Doing well on the GRE verbal goes far beyond just knowing obscure words. The test writers reward those who can understand complex text and make valid inferences about this text. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have a strong vocabulary; but that will only get you so far. Nonetheless, there may be that one Text […]

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GRE Student Post: A Perfect Score

This Thursday, Glenn tells us about his experience with the GRE — and how he achieved that elusive perfect score. Thanks for sharing, Glenn!     About me: I’m originally from Toronto, Canada, but I’ve been living in South Korea, Japan, the UK, and now China over the past 7 years. My undergrad degree was in […]

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Magoosh Brain Twister: The Smallest Big Change

Welcome back, brave Magooshers! Ready to tackle another brain twisting math challenge? Here we go. Lowering which of the following numbers by one will result in the least decrease of n? 17 19 23 29 31   Don’t forget to come back on Thursday for the answer and explanation!  

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GRE Student Post: What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been

Today we’re hearing about Scott’s journey, all the way from the GRE to starting grad school. Thanks for the great tips, Scott! About me: Hi, my name is Scott Burkett and I’m a new graduate school student. If anyone would have asked me a few years ago whether I’d ever be where I am now, I’d have […]

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