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July’s Free Study Resources!

Hello everyone! Another month, another set of free resources. 🙂 Here are some great resources from Magoosh and around the internet that we think you’ll find helpful. For more, check out our big list of free GRE resources! Happy studying!

GRE and Graduate School Resources: 

  • HigherEDUBlog: this is a great blog that discusses higher education, GRE tips, university spotlights, and the like!
  • Magoosh + Happy Schools Blog Webinar: Want to listen to the audio of a webinar with our very own Chris Lele? You can do so here.
  • Working on your admissions essays? Be sure to check out these SOP tips, via Quora.
  • If you need some study motivation, be sure to read our past students’ experiences, and learn how they conquered the GRE (and how some of them got perfect math and verbal scores!).
  • More study motivation! Remember why you’re studying in the first place–to get into grad school, of course! Hear from happy (and accepted!) students for Fall 2013, on Reddit. You could be posting there soon, too!

Keep up with the Magoosh team!: 

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