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Article of the Month – Everybody’s a Critic. And That’s How It Should Be.

Oscar season is upon us and nytimes.com film critic A.O. Scott takes a moment to reflect on the current state of the Oscars. But rather than devolve into a screed censuring the committee for its race bias—which he duly chastises for “racial homogeneity”—Scott takes on the much broader idea of what it means to be […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: Writers in the Storm Part 1

Sometimes article of the months aren’t good place to find vocabulary. Either the vocabulary has been covered numerous times in prior vocabulary Wednesday or there simply isn’t too much high-level GRE vocabulary. With this month’s article, I’ve hit the vocab jackpot. Not only are there many excellent high-level GRE words, but also many have never […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the Magoosh Text Completions Part I

We’ve got lots of Text Completions in our GRE product. And, as you probably know, we have had many Vocabulary Wednesday. I wondered: how many vocabulary words overlap the two? Well, the answer is a decent number—as it should be. But there were definitely some interesting outliers, some of which appeared in the text of […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocabulary from Article of the Month (Part II)

Here’s part two of the Vocabulary from last month’s Article of the Month! If you haven’t read these articles yet, I recommend it! Louche (pronounced loo – sh) Raymond, an incorrigible wag, remarked that the Oscar red carpet was full of stars walking around in louche-fitting dresses.  “Disreputable, but an appealing way”—oh what a subjective […]

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