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April’s Best Blog Comments: “Brilliant plus fun”

We have a new type of post for you today: the best blog comments of April! We get tons of comments each month, and a lot of them are really helpful, entertaining, and informative. Each month, I’ll showcase the best comments with you; we’re always looking for thoughtful and engaging comments, as well as comments that make us laugh! 🙂


1. We <3 this idea. Mixing Game of Thrones with GRE vocabulary? Sounds like a winning combo to me! Thanks for the creativity, Hashir.

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2. We’ll keep the alien words coming, Gaurav! 🙂

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3. Brilliant + fun = Magoosh. You heard it here first.

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4. AARendy, you learn faster than we can teach, and we like it!

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5. Since we get so many comments, it helps us out a lot when our students pitch in to help answer other students’ questions. This is something we’d love to see more of in the Magoosh Community. 🙂 Thanks Muthu, for setting a great example!

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6. It’s a family affair! Tracy and her daughter are both Magooshers; I guess smart test prep is just in their genes. 🙂

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2 Responses to April’s Best Blog Comments: “Brilliant plus fun”

  1. Md. Nafiul Alam June 7, 2014 at 10:51 pm #

    As a fan of Game of Thrones, I am eagerly waiting for the post “Mixing Game of Thrones with GRE vocabulary”. It will be a hell lot of fun. When will it come out?

    • Chris Lele
      Chris Lele June 11, 2014 at 11:26 am #

      This will be out in a few weeks 🙂

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