So, let’s get to the point. Can you use a calculator on the GRE? This is a very popular question, and the answer often elicits an audible sigh of relief. So, I’ll just get it out of the way: yes, you can use a calculator. The GRE calculator. Can you use a calculator on the […]

## How Long is the GRE?

The GRE can seem extremely grueling. It’s like a marathon but worse. It takes longer (at least for many) and it’s like having mini-sections throughout the marathon, in which you have to reach each quarter-way mark in a certain time or the road will open up and swallow you. Okay, that last bit was an […]

## GRE Score Range

The question a lot of folks out there still seem to be facing is “What exactly is the GRE score range?” (Trust me – most popular GRE search queries on Google include: “GRE max score”, “highest GRE score”, and “GRE total score”. You overachievers aren’t fooling anyone.) Pre-2012, we all become so accustomed to that […]

## GRE Data Interpretation Practice Questions

Data Interpretation on the GRE Quant On test day, when you sit down to take your GRE, you will have, among other things, two Quant sections. Each Quant section will have a Data Interpretation problem set towards the end of the section. This GRE Data Interpretation set will present data, information, in some graphical form, […]

## GRE Geometry Formulas

Perhaps you recall with more than a little dread your high school geometry class: fifteen-step proofs and the law of cosines were two things you were certain you’d never see again. Well, if you are taking the GRE, you were by no means mistaken — proofs and indeed all of trig are nowhere to be […]

## Should I Take the GRE Again? Is it Worth it?

Studying for and taking the GRE is a massive undertaking. You’ve probably asked, “How often can you take the GRE?” and “How long do you need to study for the GRE.” But instead of beginning with those questions, I’m going to start this post in a rather unorthodox way. Don’t worry — I’ll give a […]

## Barron’s GRE 21st Edition Book Review

Oh Barron’s GRE 21st Edition… when it comes to finding updates in your newly published content, we find you quite barren (No? It almost works, okay. I’ll stop now.) That one of the most noticeable changes from Barron’s 19th edition to the 20th edition was that the phrase “New GRE” on the cover was replaced […]

## ETS Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test 2nd Edition Book Review

The ETS, also known as the maker of the GRE, released it’s newest ETS GRE book back in 2012. The ETS Official Guide, officially named The Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test, Second Edition goes for $38 (US) on the ETS site or about $17 on Amazon (that’s for a new copy). Is […]

## 21 Tweets that Prove the GRE Test Prep Struggle is Real

At Magoosh, we try to make studying for the GRE enjoyable because we know that it’s usually not fun. Like, really, really not fun. Check out these tweets.

## GRE Math Formula eBook

Based on your suggestions, our third Magoosh GRE eBook is a compilation of must-know GRE math formulas for you to reference and memorize as you study! Though memorizing a math formula (or twelve) isn’t the only way to study for GRE Quant, knowing certain frequently-tested formulas by heart will help you improve your speed on […]