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New GRE Vocabulary Lessons

When you’re studying for the GRE, chances are vocabulary is on your mind. It’s on ours too which is why we create resources like weekly Vocab Wednesday videos and our Vocabulary eBook. Now we have great news for students looking for a little more vocabulary guidance–10 brand new vocabulary lesson videos!


Each lesson guides you through the best methods of bulking up your vocabulary to help you crack the verbal section. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by word lists, flashcard, latin roots, and thesauri then these lessons are a great place to start. I personally recommend the lesson on mnemonics for truly wacky ways to commit new words to memory (keep an eye out for the a-bear-ant!).


You can watch the full video here: Mnemonics

These lessons were a highly requested addition and we’re happy to see so far that they’re helpful.

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We hope you enjoy them too! Check out the lessons and use the new Lesson Feedback option to let us know what you think. One catch, you need to be a Premium Magoosh subscriber to get access, but it’s worth it!


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