**FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about the GRE**

- Can You Use a Calculator on the GRE?
- How Long is the GRE?
- Should I Take the GRE Again? Is it Worth it?
- How Do I Send My GRE Score Report?
- The Real Benefit of Changing Your Answers on the GRE
- FAQ: Should I Study Probability?
- QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About the GRE?
- When You Shouldn’t Take a Diagnostic Test
- What does the GRE exam look like?
- How to Find a Great GRE Tutor
- GRE vs. GMAT
- How to Teach the GRE
- Avoiding Silly Mistakes on the GRE
- GRE for Business School
- GRE Question Types Breakdown
- How Hard is the GRE?
- How Much Does the GRE Cost? Adding All Your GRE Fees
- How Many Questions Can I Miss on the GRE and Still Get a Perfect Score?
- New GRE Format 2012
- Is the Revised GRE Adaptive?
- FAQ – Is The Revised GRE Going to be Longer than the Current GRE?
- FAQ — What Materials Should I Use to Study for the GRE? (Part I – The Good)
- FAQ — Does the New GRE Allow You To Return To a Question You’ve Already Seen?
- Think You Got What It Takes to Ace the New GRE?
- FAQ — Will the New GRE be Adaptive?
- FAQ – Will the Revised GRE Verbal be Easier?
- FAQ: How do I improve on the Reading Comprehension?

**General GRE Exam Strategies and Tips**

- GRE Scratch Paper
- Should I Take the GRE Again? Is it Worth it?
- ETS GRE Practice Test: Powerprep II & The Official Guide
- When Should I Take the GRE?
- Last Minute GRE Tips
- GRE Subject Test vs GRE General Test
- GRE Accommodations: What to Know for Test Day
- Student Post: Believe That You Can Ace the GRE!
- Student Post: Don’t Get Down on Yourself!
- Student Post: Follow a Study Plan!
- 7 Tricks to Study More Effectively (SlideShare)
- Student Post: Learn the Time-Saving Methods for the Math Section
- To Retake or not to Retake – ETS Has the Answer
- [Webinar] 5 Killer GRE Prep Tips
- Simplifying Data in the GRE Compendium
- Active Reading Strategies for the GRE
- Learning from GRE Math Practice
- Exam Lifehacks Infographic
- When You Shouldn’t Take a Diagnostic Test
- What does the GRE exam look like?
- What to Do if You Fall Off the Study Wagon
- Avoiding Silly Mistakes on the GRE
- The Attitudes and Characteristics of a GRE Self-Studier
- Free Resources from Uniguru and Magoosh
- A Magoosher Takes the GRE
- Is My First Guess Usually Correct?
- Coming Back to Math after Years Away
- The GRE and IQ Comparison
- Good! I Got it Wrong!
- Thinking Like the Test Makers
- Five Mantras to Fight Test Day Doubts
- The Secret Weapon to Success on the GRE
- Best Way to Crack the New GRE
- How to Study GRE Math
- How to Stay Motivated and Positive for the GRE
- How to Study for the GRE
- How Hard is the GRE?
- I’ve Hit a Plateau and I Don’t Know What to Do
- Is the GRE important?
- Getting Bored with GRE Vocabulary and Verbal?
- GRE Study Tips You Don’t Hear Every Day
- The Importance of Reading for the GRE
- How to Approach Complicated Math Problems
- What to do 2 Weeks Before the GRE
- How to Study for a GRE Retake
- How Many Questions Can I Miss on the GRE and Still Get a Perfect Score?
- GRE Material Checklist
- How Long Should I Study for the GRE?
- GRE Verbal Sections: Question Type Breakdown
- The GMAT vs. The GRE
- Identify Your Weak Points in GRE Math
- New ETS PowerPrep II, Version 2.0 and New Paper-Based Practice Test Released
- Pacing on the GRE Math Sections
- Pacing on the GRE Verbal Sections
- GRE Verbal Study Tips
- GRE Time Saving Techniques
- Best GRE Books and Resources 2012
- Powerprep for Mac?
- How to Improve Your GRE Math Score
- Is the Revised GRE Adaptive?
- Increase in GRE Test-takers– What Does This Mean for Students?
- How to Improve Your GRE Score
- New GRE: Reviewing Basics
- How to Get a Perfect GRE Score on the New GRE
- How to Study for the New GRE
- GRE Predictions 2012
- New GRE Tips
- The Experimental Section on the GRE
- Should I Retake the GRE?
- Best GRE Prep Books and Resources 2011
- Strategies for Difficult GRE Questions
- The New GRE Scoring Scale: Your Updated Scores
- 5 General Strategies for Scoring Well on the Revised GRE
- How to Raise Your GRE Score: General Tips
- What Does My New GRE Score Mean?
- Study Strategy for the New GRE: Warming Up
- Studying Vocabulary for the New GRE – Does Learning Synonyms Help?
- Pacing for Both the Current and New GRE
- How to Study for the GRE – The Total Immersion Approach
- How to Stay Focused on the GRE – Both Old and New
- The New GRE – A Different Format, A Different Strategy
- Save Time on GRE Math — The Power of Approximation
- How the SAT Can Help You Prep for the (New) GRE
- How to Become a GRE Virtuoso
- GRE Math Tricks: The Dash Method
- Don’t Despair – Strategies for Dealing with Convoluted Word Problems
- How to Study for the GRE (Part III) — The Ugly
- How to Study for the GRE (Part II) — The Bad
- FAQ — What Materials Should I Use to Study for the GRE? (Part I – The Good)
- FAQ — Does the New GRE Allow You To Return To a Question You’ve Already Seen?
- Thinking B-School? How the GRE stacks up against the GMAT
- A Study Respite?

**New GRE vs. Old GRE**

- Can You Use a Calculator on the GRE?
- GRE Score Conversion
- New GRE Format 2012
- Is the Revised GRE Adaptive?
- New GRE: Highlight the Sentence
- New GRE: Reviewing Basics
- How to Study for the New GRE
- GRE Predictions 2012
- New GRE Tips
- What is a Good GRE Score?
- GRE Scoring Scale
- The Revised GRE Debuts and Chris’s (New) GRE Experience Begins!
- “Everything You Need to Know About the New GRE” Webinar Video
- Bye, Bye Obscure Vocab: Revisited
- New GRE Webinar Q&A
- New GRE Scoring – Five Most Important Things to Know
- Important Math Concepts for the New GRE
- [Announcement] Discounted Early Access to Magoosh New GRE!
- [Announcement] New Resource! Just the Facts: New GRE Essentials
- Meet a New Question Type
- [Infographic] New vs. Old GRE
- [Webinar] Everything You Need to Know About the New GRE
- Pacing for Both the Current and New GRE
- The New GRE Point Scale
- Meet the New GRE Question Types – Verbal
- The New GRE – A Different Format, A Different Strategy
- Will the New GRE Math be Easier?
- Do GRE Prime Number Problems Scare You? — Have a Go at the New GRE Math Format
- Is the New GRE Easier? The Verbal Section.
- Revised GRE Math Question Re-spin — The Best Way to Get Ready for the New GRE!
- Will the New GRE be Harder?
- How the SAT Can Help You Prep for the (New) GRE
- Sentence Equivalence Strategies for Difficult Questions – Revised GRE
- The Revised GRE – Sentence Equivalence Challenge
- FAQ – Is The Revised GRE Going to be Longer than the Current GRE?
- More From the Multiple Answer Questions on the Revised GRE – Challenge Question
- The New GRE – In the Media
- 5 Essential Strategies When Dealing with a Text Completion on the New GRE
- Ready for a New Question Type on the Revised GRE?
- FAQ — Does the New GRE Allow You To Return To a Question You’ve Already Seen?
- Think You Got What It Takes to Ace the New GRE?
- Thinking B-School? How the GRE stacks up against the GMAT
- FAQ — Will the New GRE be Adaptive?
- New GRE Question Type — The Empty Box (aka Numeric Entry)
- Top 5 Reasons to Take the GRE Before It Changes
- GRE Big Book: Blast from the Past
- FAQ – Will the Revised GRE Verbal be Easier?
- The Revised GRE– What’s New on the Math Front?
- Will the New GRE be more Difficult?
- Top 6 Changes Coming to the New GRE
- The New GRE and Guessing
- Be the First to Learn about the New GRE
- Should I wait to take the new GRE?

- What Unit Conversions Should You Know For The GRE?
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Division, Mixed Numerals, and Negatives
- GRE Math: Direct Proportions
- Inverse Proportions on the GRE: The Flip It Method
- Quantitative Comparison and Manipulation
- GRE Word Problem Trap #1: “Cannot be determined…”
- GRE Exponents: Practice Question Set
- GRE Math: Inequalities
- Strange Symbols in GRE Math Operations
- Systems of Equations on the GRE
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #3 – Logic over Algebra
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21 Answer
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #1 – Dealing with Variables
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21
- GRE Math Strategies – When to Plug-In
- Part II: Does Plugging in Work on GRE Quantitative Comparison?
- Part I : The Power of Plugging In – GRE Math Techniques

**Algebra**

- GRE Math: What’s the Difference Between Combination and Permutation?
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Flipping Out – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Flipping Out
- Does Order Matter? Combinations vs. the Fundamental Counting Principle on the GRE
- “Chelsea – it’s time for a Kindle” Challenge Question
- GRE Multiple Answer Challenge Question: Astronauts
- GRE Math Multi-subject Challenge Question
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39
- GRE Permutations: Practice Question of the Week #37 Answer
- GRE Permutations: Practice Question of the Week #37
- GRE Probability: Practice Question of the Week #33
- The Difficulty of Context: Combinations and Permutations Questions
- Three GRE Challenge Combinations and Permutations Problems
- Combinations Practice Question of the Week #27 Answer
- Combinations Practice Question of the Week #27
- Real-Life GRE Math: Foosball Combinations
- Combinations and Permutations Practice Questions and Video Explanations
- GRE Math: Combinations and Permutations
- GRE Combinations and Non-combinations Part II
- GRE Combinations and…Non-combinations
- Permutations and Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #13 Answer
- Permutations and Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #13
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5 Answer!
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5
- Prime Numbers and Probability – GRE Math Problem
- Revised GRE Math Question Re-spin — The Best Way to Get Ready for the New GRE!
- More From the Multiple Answer Questions on the Revised GRE – Challenge Question
- Think You Can Handle GRE Combinations and Permutations?
- Do Permutations Make Your Head Spin?

**Combinations and Permutations**

- GRE Data Interpretation Practice Questions
- How Many Data Interpretation Questions on the GRE?
- GRE Math: Histograms
- Boxplots on the GRE
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- Best Fit Lines in GRE Data Interpretation
- The Basics of Data Interpretation on the GRE
- GRE Data Interpretation Strategies
- Data Interpretation: Practice Question of the Week #8
- Save Time on GRE Math — The Power of Approximation

**Data Interpretation**

**Geometry**

- Coordinate Geometry: Coming Soon!

- Magoosh Brain Twister: The Smallest Big Change – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: The Smallest Big Change
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Zeroing In on the Answer
- GRE Math – Exponent Challenge
- GRE Quant: The Difference of Squares
- GRE Exponents: Practice Question Set
- GRE Math Basics: Quick Tips
- GRE Math Multiple Choice Practice Question of the Week #23
- GRE Math Video Lessons: Exponents
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21 Answer
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21
- Math Basics: Exponents
- GRE Math Basics – Exponents
- Exasperating Exponents
- Advanced Exponents–Problem Solving

**Exponents**

- Positive and Negative Square Roots on the GRE
- How to Round to the Nearest Integer | GRE Math
- Mean, Median and Mode on the GRE
- Two Definitions of Exterior Angle in GRE Geometry
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Division, Mixed Numerals, and Negatives
- GRE Quant: The Difference of Squares
- Proportions on the GRE
- GRE Math: Ratios
- GRE Math: Absolute Values
- GRE Math Basics: Quick Tips
- GRE Math Video Lessons: Series and Counting Basics
- GRE Math: Combinations and Permutations
- [Video] GRE Math Tip: Converting Fractions to/from Percents
- Math Basics: Exponents
- GRE Math – Essential Tips For Factoring
- Math Basics – Distance, Rate and Time
- GRE Math Basics – Exponents
- Math Basics — Least Common Multiple

**Math Basics**

- FAQ: Should I Study Probability?
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Flipping Out – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Flipping Out
- Magoosh Brain Twister – Probability with a High Chance of Turbulence
- How Many Probability Questions are on the GRE?
- GRE Math Multi-subject Challenge Question
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39 Answer
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39
- GRE Probability: Practice Question of the Week #33 Answer
- Strategies for Difficult GRE Questions
- Rules and Counting Techniques for Probability on the GRE
- GRE Probability Questions: Using the Elimination Strategy
- GRE Probability Questions
- Prime Numbers and Probability – GRE Math Problem
- GRE Math — The Probability of a Coin Toss
- Probability Workshop — Part I

**Probability**

- How Many Rate Questions on the GRE?
- Distance Rate Time Formula Memorization Shortcut
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- Compound Interest vs. Simple Interest on the GRE
- Math Basics – Distance, Rate and Time
- GRE Math Strategies – When to Plug-In
- GRE Math — Do Rates Freak You Out?

**Rate Problems**

- How Many Statistics Questions are on the GRE?
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Math: Percentiles and Quartiles
- Standard Deviation on the New GRE
- GRE Quartiles and the Interquartile Range
- Normal Distribution on the GRE
- GRE Math Shortcut: Statistics
- GRE Statistics
- GRE Statistics: Conceptualizing Weighted Averages
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17 Answer
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17
- Math Strategies: Averages Are Rarely Average in Difficulty
- GRE Math – Mean and Median (Sorry Mode, You Weren’t Invited)
- Do You Know Enough Statistics to Get by on the GRE?

**Statistics**

- GRE Math Multi-subject Challenge Question
- Breakdown of the Most Commonly Tested GRE Quant Concepts
- GRE Word Problem Trap #1: “Cannot be determined…”
- GRE Math Work Rate: Practice Question of the Week #29
- Combinations Practice Question of the Week #27
- Don’t Despair – Strategies for Dealing with Convoluted Word Problems

**Word Problems**

- GRE Math Questions & Practice
- GRE Multiple Answer Challenge Question: Astronauts
- How to Approach Complicated Math Problems
- GRE Perfect Math Score Challenge
- New GRE Multiple Answer Question: Practice Question of the Week #9 Answer!
- New GRE Multiple Answer Question: Practice Question of the Week #9
- GRE Math – Difficult Multiple-Answer Questions
- More From the Multiple Answer Questions on the Revised GRE – Challenge Question
- Ready for a New Question Type on the Revised GRE?
- The Revised GRE– What’s New on the Math Front?
- GRE Math Questions & Practice
- GRE Parallelogram Challenge Question
- GRE Math Challenge – Numeric Entry
- GRE Numeric Entry Questions
- How to Approach Complicated Math Problems
- GRE Perfect Math Score Challenge
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21 Answer
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17 Answer
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17
- New GRE Numeric Entry: Practice Question of the Week #11 Answer
- New GRE Numeric Entry: Practice Question of the Week #11
- New GRE Question Type — The Empty Box (aka Numeric Entry)
- The Revised GRE– What’s New on the Math Front?
- Positive and Negative Square Roots on the GRE
- GRE Math Questions & Practice
- Challenging GRE QC Problems on Number Properties
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Geometry Practice Problems
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Practice Problems
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Get Your Factorials Straight!
- Mean, Median and Mode on the GRE
- GRE Math: Solving Quantitative Comparisons
- QC “Who Cut the Cheese” GRE Challenge Question
- How to Approach Complicated Math Problems
- Quantitative Comparison Pacing Drill
- GRE Math: Percentiles and Quartiles
- Quantitative Comparison: “The Relationship Cannot Be Determined from the Information Given” Answer Choice
- GRE Perfect Math Score Challenge
- GRE Quantitative Comparison: The Devil is in the Details
- Common GRE Math Mistakes
- GRE Math Quiz: Blog Concepts Review
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #5 – Estimation with a Twist
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #4 – Comparing in Parts
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #3 – Logic over Algebra
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #2: Striving for Equality
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #1 – Dealing with Variables
- Geometry Quantitative Comparison Practice Question of the Week #15 Answer
- Geometry Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #15
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4 Answer!
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4
- Quantitative Comparison – Common Traps
- Quantitative Comparison Traps
- Part II: Does Plugging in Work on GRE Quantitative Comparison?
- The Revised GRE– What’s New on the Math Front?
- Part 2 — QC with huge numbers
- Quantitative Comparison (QC)- Huge Numbers

**Math MAQs: Multiple Answer Questions**

**Numeric Entry**

**QC: Quantitative Comparison**

**Estimation and Approximation (Ballparking)**

- Mental Math on the GRE
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #5 – Estimation with a Twist
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #4 – Comparing in Parts
- GRE Math Techniques – The Power of Estimation
- GRE Math Strategies Part V of VI: Estimation

- Quantitative Comparison and Manipulation
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #2: Striving for Equality
- GRE Quantitative Comparison Tip #1 – Dealing with Variables
- GRE Math Review Quiz: Plugging In
- GRE Math Strategies – When to Plug-In
- Part II: Does Plugging in Work on GRE Quantitative Comparison?
- Part I : The Power of Plugging In – GRE Math Techniques
- New GRE Question Type — The Empty Box (aka Numeric Entry)
- GRE Math Strategies Part II of VI: Plug In (Substitution) Method

**Plugging In**

- Highlight the Passage: Coming Soon!

- Reading Comprehension MAQs: Multiple Answer Questions: Coming Soon!

- Active Reading Strategies for the GRE
- Shift Words and Phrases on the GRE
- GRE Academic Structures
- GRE Reading Comprehension Pacing
- GRE Reading Practice: Writers in The New York Times
- Inferences Questions in GRE Reading Comprehension
- What to Do When You Don’t Know a Word on the GRE
- Main Idea Questions in GRE Reading Comprehension
- GRE Article of the Month – December 2013
- Technical Passages on the GRE: Difficult Practice Questions
- GRE Reading Comprehension Passage Outlines
- Pacing on GRE Reading Comprehension (RC)
- GRE Article of the Month – January 2013: Utopian For Beginners
- Should I Take Notes on GRE Reading Passages?
- GRE Article of the Month – November 2012
- I Am Terrible at GRE Verbal – Help!
- How to Improve on GRE Reading Comprehension
- GRE Verbal Sections: Question Type Breakdown
- Changes to the GRE Reading Comprehension Section
- GRE Reading Comprehension Technique
- Snippets of GRE-type Prose on the Internet
- Difficult GRE Reading Comprehension
- GRE Short Reading Passages
- Pacing on the GRE Verbal Sections
- Critical Reasoning on the GRE: Practice Questions and Explanations
- GRE Reading Comprehension Passage Patterns
- GRE Critical Reasoning Question: The Logic of “Except”
- GRE Reading Comprehension Question Type: Definitions in Context
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Meaning in Context
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #38 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #38
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #30 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #30
- GRE Reading Comprehension Passages: Movie Review Exercise
- GRE Reading List: British Reading on the Web
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #26 Answer
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #26
- The Really Fun, Hard, Dense Science Passage: Part II
- Science Passages on the GRE
- “Why Read Moby Dick?”: GRE Reading Comprehension Practice
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #22 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #22
- A Reading Comprehension Question Type Resurrected: Critical Reasoning
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18 Answer
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #14 Answer
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #14
- How to Approach GRE Reading Comprehension
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #6 Answer!
- Meet a New Question Type
- [Video] Reading Comprehension
- GRE Reading Comprehension — Winning Strategies
- FAQ: How do I improve on the Reading Comprehension?

**Reading Comprehension Strategies**

- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Sentence Equivalence from Magoosh Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Magoosh Sentence Equivalence
- I Am Terrible at GRE Verbal – Help!
- GRE Verbal Sections: Question Type Breakdown
- How to “Read in Context” for the GRE
- Pacing on the GRE Verbal Sections
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28
- New GRE Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #24 Answer
- New GRE Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #24
- GRE Sentence Equivalence: Avoiding Wrong Answer Choices
- Sentence Equivalence Traps: Dangerous Shortcuts
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #16 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #16
- Sentence Equivalence Questions
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #12 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #12
- Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence Tips: Categorizing Signposts Strategy
- Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence Tips: Catch Word Strategy
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #7: Answer!
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #7
- [Videos] New GRE: Sentence Equivalence Examples 1-3
- GRE Sentence Equivalence Strategies – Don’t Get Distracted
- Sentence Equivalence Strategies – Choose Your Own Word
- Sentence Equivalence Strategies for Difficult Questions – Revised GRE
- The Revised GRE – Sentence Equivalence Challenge
- GRE Sentence Equivalence — The Perfect Word Trap
- Text Completion vs. Sentence Equivalence

**Sentence Equivalence**

- GRE Text Completion Strategy: Working Backwards
- Explanations to the TC Challenge Questions
- GRE TC Challenge Questions
- GRE Academic Structures
- Explanation to Advanced Triple Blank Text Completion
- The GRE Advanced Triple Blank Text Completion
- GRE Text Completions – It’s Not Always About the Vocab
- GRE One Blank Text Completions – Watch Out for That Trap
- Text Completion Challenge Answers
- Text Completion Challenge
- I Am Terrible at GRE Verbal – Help!
- GRE Verbal Sections: Question Type Breakdown
- How to “Read in Context” for the GRE
- New Question from the New ETS Test
- Pacing on the GRE Verbal Sections
- Advanced Strategies for GRE Text Completions – Creating Complete Meaning
- Backup Strategy for GRE Text Completions
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34 Answer
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34
- GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #32 Answer
- GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #32
- GRE Text Completion Quiz
- Strategies for One Blank Text Completions
- Text Completion Practice Question of the Week #20 Answer
- Text Completion Practice Question of the Week #20
- GRE Text Completions: “Support” or “Reject” Synonyms
- New GRE Text Completions – Advanced Strategies
- New GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #10 Answer
- New GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #10
- Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence Tips: Categorizing Signposts Strategy
- Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence Tips: Catch Word Strategy
- Text Completion Tips: The Clue Sweeper Exercise
- To Plug or Not to Plug? – That is the Text Completion Question
- [Video] Text Completion Example 2
- [Video] New GRE: Text Completion Example 1
- Text Completion Strategies—Don’t Get Lost in the Forest
- A Difficult Text Completion – Advanced Strategies
- 5 Essential Strategies When Dealing with a Text Completion on the New GRE
- So What Exactly is a Text Completion? (And who’s that Russian author?)
- Text Completion vs. Sentence Equivalence

**Text Completion**

- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Fiendishly Difficult Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Weird Sounding Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Homophones
- What to Do When You Don’t Know a Word on the GRE
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Misleading and Commonly Confused Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words that Sound the Same
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Compound Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words Students Always Mix Up
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Similar Word Pairs (and Trios!)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Masquerading Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Similar, Confusing Words
- GRE Word List: The Dreaded “Imp” Vocabulary Words
- GRE Vocab Goes XXX
- GRE Eponyms
- Idioms on the Revised GRE
- Five Challenging (But Familiar) GRE Words I Bet You Don’t Know
- GRE Vocabulary: Words Within Words
- Tricky GRE Words
- The Top Ten GRE Words Beginning with the Letter ‘C’
- Negation words: Misleading Roots
- GRE Vocabulary List: Compound Words
- Commonly Confused “Colloquial” GRE Vocabulary
- GRE Vocabulary List: Difficult Words in Context
- Commonly Confused GRE Pairs – A Confusing Day of ‘V’s
- Commonly Confused GRE words
- GRE Vocabulary List: Words with Multiple Meanings
- Commonly Confused GRE Vocabulary
- Secondary Meanings Vocabulary List: 10 Words You Must Know for the GRE
- GRE Vocabulary List: Double Trouble Secondary Meanings
- Most Common GRE Words
- GRE Vocabulary List – Don’t Get Confused Again!
- GRE Vocabulary List- When a Preposition Isn’t What it Seems
- GRE Vocabulary List- The F-Word(s)
- GRE Vocabulary Quiz
- Reprove – A Very Tricky GRE Vocabulary Word
- GRE Vocabulary List- Confusing Words, Don’t Get Fooled
- Dangerous GRE Vocabulary: Re- Doesn’t Always Mean Again!
- GRE Vocabulary – A Confusing Quartet
- Caution: Circumspect vs Circumscribe
- The Restaurant Bill Has Come—Time to be Gratuitous?
- Is a Fly Exacerbating or Exasperating?
- GRE Vocabulary: Do You Flout a Bugatti or Flaunt it?
- Do Confusing Vocabulary Words Exasperate (or is it Exacerbate) You?
- Confusing GRE Vocabulary Words– Chaff vs. Chafe
- GRE Vocabulary- Wont: Another missing apostrophe
- Confusing GRE Vocabulary Words—Hey, where’s the apostrophe?!?
- GRE Vocabulary: To Confound or Not to Confound
- Confusing GRE Vocabulary Word: Inscrutable
- Commonly Confused Words
- Introduction and a Confusing Vocabulary Word Pair
- Farther vs. Further
- Complement vs. Compliment
- Because vs. Since
- Compare to vs. Compare with
- Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
- Among vs. Between
- Affect vs. Effect
- Accept vs. Except
- GRE Vocab List: Religious Words
- Tricky GRE Words
- Vocabulary Double Meanings
- GRE Vocabulary: Secondary Meanings
- GRE Vocabulary List: Words with Multiple Meanings
- Secondary Meanings Vocabulary List: 10 Words You Must Know for the GRE
- GRE Vocabulary List: Double Trouble Secondary Meanings
- Reprove – A Very Tricky GRE Vocabulary Word
- Don’t Get Caught! Know Your Secondary Definitions
- Ever seen a double-faced word?
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Watch Your Four-Letter Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from GRE Reading Passages
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Fiendishly Difficult Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: April/May Article of the Month Words (Part 2)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: April/May Article of the Month Words (Part 1)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Formidable Farrago
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: These Words Are a Scream
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: In Your Face Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from The Bible
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Don’t Get CONned
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Weird Sounding Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Homophones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: The Julius Caesar Story
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the March Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Animal Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from The Atlantic
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Oscar Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Super Bowl Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “V” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: What’s the Difference?
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “O” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘I’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Can You Guess the Theme?
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: It’s Raining Words, Hallelujah!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the December Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Mistaken Notions
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Relatively Obscure Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘Ch’oice Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Dictionary.com
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Treacherous Homophones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the New Yorker
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Potpourri
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Dial “M” for Vocab
- GRE Voc”A”bulary Wednesday: Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Rhyme Time
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: I Don’t Appreciate that Tone!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Difficult Words from the Magoosh GRE Product
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Even More Words from the New ETS Verbal Guide
- GRE Voc”A”bulary Wednesday
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Rhyme Time with “-ine”
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words You May Have “Mis-“sed
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Pros and Cons
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: More Words from the New ETS Verbal Guide
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocabu’L’ary Weds.
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the New ETS Books
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: GRE Tricksters
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘S’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “In” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Day of Idioms
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Tough GRE Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Game of Thrones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: World Cup Vocabulary
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “In” Trouble
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Traveling Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: I Don’t Feel Like It
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: The Hardest Magoosh Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Doing a Good Job
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from April Article of the Month (Part II)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from April Article of the Month (Part I)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Pre” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Curious Compounds
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘W’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Hateful Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘P’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Multi-tongued Menagerie
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Bye-Bye SAT Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Article of the Month Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: 5 Words You Have to Know
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocab”U”lary Wednesday
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Standing Out
- GRE VoCATulary Quiz
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Fallen Through the Cracks
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Pirate Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Ten Dollar Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Santa vs The Grinch
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Common Courtesies
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Return of the Commonly Confusable Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: There’s A Word For That!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Mystery Connection
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Common but Unknown Words
- GRE Vocabulary Wednesday: Words to keep you Co-mpany
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Advanced GRE Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Science Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Day of ‘Un- Words’
- GRE Vocabulary Wednesday: “G” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday – Not so Surprising Secondary Definitions
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Misleading and Commonly Confused Words
- Vocabulary.com – The new Place to go for Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday– Words You May Not Know
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: False Starts
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Shades of Knowing
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: High-Frequency “E” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘V’ is not for Vendetta
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Top GRE Words Beginning with ‘A’
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Musical Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Beyond Good and Evil
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocab from the Magoosh Product
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Out of the Ordinary
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: What’s the difference?

**Confusing Words**

**Double Meanings**

**Mnemonics and Tips for Memorizing Words**

- Ten General Guidelines for the GRE AWA – Part I
- How to Get Your AWA Practice Essays Graded?
- Grammar for the AWA: Subject-Verb Agreement
- Should I Skip the GRE AWA?
- AWA Time Saving Tips
- How to Give the Adcom a Good Nap
- AWA Argument: Sample Essay Breakdown
- Grad School Necessities: Latin Phrases
- AWA: Introduction to the Analytical Writing Assessment Section
- Think! Think! Think!
- Writing Techniques From a Master
- Dare to be Descriptive: The Key to an Attention-Retaining Personal Statement

- Argument Prompt: Coming Soon!

- One of the Biggest Mistakes You Can Make on the GRE Essay
- Top 5 Strategies for the GRE Argument Essay
- Should I Skip the GRE AWA?
- AWA Time Saving Tips
- AWA Argument: Sample Essay Breakdown
- AWA Essay Help: Brainstorming for the Argument Prompt
- AWA: Introduction to the Analytical Writing Assessment Section
- AWA Basics: Analytical Writing Assessment Video

- Issue Prompt: Coming Soon!

- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part IX
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part VIII
- GRE Claim and Reason Issue Essay
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part VII
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part VI
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part V
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part IV
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part III
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part II
- Student Issue Essay Analysis Part I
- Should I Skip the GRE AWA?
- AWA Time Saving Tips
- AWA Issue Sample Topic: Setting Up Pro and Con Points
- Mock AWA Issue Essay
- AWA Issue Task Step 1: Brainstorming
- AWA Issue Strategies
- AWA: Introduction to the Analytical Writing Assessment Section
- AWA Basics: Analytical Writing Assessment Video

- Magoosh Brain Twister: Looking for Mr. Right Triangle – Explanation
- Brain Twister: Looking for Mr. Right Triangle
- Magoosh GRE Brain Twister: A Prime Location – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: A Prime Location
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Nasty Squares and Cubes – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Nasty Squares and Cubes
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Series Fun – Explanation
- Magoosh Brain Twister: Series Fun
- Explanations to the TC Challenge Questions
- Magoosh Brain Twister: World Cup Edition
- GRE Parallelogram Challenge Question
- Math Challenge Problem – A “Mean” Series
- GRE Math – Exponent Challenge
- QC “Who Cut the Cheese” GRE Challenge Question
- “Chelsea – it’s time for a Kindle” Challenge Question
- Advanced Math: GRE Geometry Challenge Question
- GRE Math Multi-subject Challenge Question
- GRE Critical Reasoning Question: The Logic of “Except”
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36
- GRE Coordinate Geometry Practice Question of the Week #35 Answer
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34 Answer
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34
- GRE Probability: Practice Question of the Week #33 Answer
- GRE Geometry: Practice Question of the Week #31
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28
- Three GRE Challenge Combinations and Permutations Problems
- Strategies for Difficult GRE Questions
- Multiple Choice Geometry Challenge Problem and Explanation
- New GRE Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #24
- GRE Math Challenge: Polygon Problem
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #22 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #22
- Difficult GRE Vocabulary
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18 Answer
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17 Answer
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #6 Answer!
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #6
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5 Answer!
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4 Answer!
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4
- Sentence Completion Practice Question of the Week #3: Answer!
- Sentence Completion: Practice Question of the Week #3
- Integer Properties: Practice Question of the Week #2 Answer!
- Practice Question of the Week #2: Win a Premium Subscription to Magoosh GRE!
- GRE Math – Mean and Median (Sorry Mode, You Weren’t Invited)
- A Difficult Text Completion – Advanced Strategies
- GRE Vocabulary Quiz
- Math Challenge 800– Win Free Access to Magoosh GRE!
- Math Challenge Response
- Math 800 Challenge– Can you crack it?

**Chris's New GRE Experience**

- Live Q&A Webinar Recorded Video
- Chris’s New GRE Experience: Post-Exam Debrief
- Chris’s New GRE Experience: Pre-Exam Interview
- Study Strategy for the New GRE: Warming Up
- “Chris’s New GRE Experience” Live Q&A Webinar
- The Revised GRE Debuts and Chris’s (New) GRE Experience Begins!

**Video Tips and Explanations**

- GRE Vocab Wednesdays | Darkness Descends
- GRE Vocab Wednesdays | Fiery Deb”-ate” Verbs
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Who are These People?”
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Tricky Words”
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Magooshers
- ETS GRE Practice Test: Powerprep II & The Official Guide
- GRE Math Questions & Practice
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Tough ‘S’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Mmmm” Words
- Vocabulary Wednesday – ‘G’reat ‘G’re Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Sentence Equivalence from Magoosh Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Election Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Magoosh Sentence Equivalence
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Article of the Month – Warriors
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Dictionary.com Words of the Day
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Mmm…Time to Eat Some Vocabulary
- A New Video with GRE Study Tips
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: More Difficult Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Writers in the Storm Part 3
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Writers in the Storm Part 2
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the Magoosh Text Completions Part I
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocabulary from Article of the Month (Part I)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Con”-notations (and Denotations!)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: J-Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday – Four letters, Many Meanings
- GRE Vocab Wednesday – Eponyms: What’s in a Name?
- Vocab Wednesday: “Qui” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: TOEFL Words That Are Also GRE Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Travel Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: H Words!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday- Hell‘O’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Watch Your Four-Letter Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from GRE Reading Passages
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Fiendishly Difficult Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: April/May Article of the Month Words (Part 2)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: April/May Article of the Month Words (Part 1)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Formidable Farrago
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: These Words Are a Scream
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: In Your Face Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from The Bible
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Don’t Get CONned
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Weird Sounding Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Homophones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: The Julius Caesar Story
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the March Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Animal Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from The Atlantic
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Oscar Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Super Bowl Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “V” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: What’s the Difference?
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “O” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘I’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Can You Guess the Theme?
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: It’s Raining Words, Hallelujah!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the December Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Mistaken Notions
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Relatively Obscure Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘Ch’oice Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Dictionary.com
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Treacherous Homophones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the New Yorker
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Potpourri
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Dial “M” for Vocab
- GRE Voc”A”bulary Wednesday: Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Rhyme Time
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: I Don’t Appreciate that Tone!
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Difficult Words from the Magoosh GRE Product
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Even More Words from the New ETS Verbal Guide
- GRE Voc”A”bulary Wednesday
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Rhyme Time with “-ine”
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words You May Have “Mis-“sed
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Pros and Cons
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: More Words from the New ETS Verbal Guide
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Vocabu’L’ary Weds.
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from the New ETS Books
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: GRE Tricksters
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘S’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “In” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Day of Idioms
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Tough GRE Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Game of Thrones
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: World Cup Vocabulary
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “In” Trouble
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Traveling Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: I Don’t Feel Like It
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: The Hardest Magoosh Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Doing a Good Job
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from April Article of the Month (Part II)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from April Article of the Month (Part I)
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Pre” Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Curious Compounds
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘W’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Hateful Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: ‘P’ Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: A Multi-tongued Menagerie
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Bye-Bye SAT Words
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Article of the Month Part II
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: Words from Article of the Month
- GRE Vocab Wednesday: 5 Words You Have to Know

**Practice Question of the Week**

- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39 Answer
- GRE Counting and Probability: Practice Question of the Week #39
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #38
- GRE Permutations: Practice Question of the Week #37 Answer
- GRE Permutations: Practice Question of the Week #37
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #36
- GRE Coordinate Geometry Practice Question of the Week #35 Answer
- GRE Coordinate Geometry Practice Question of the Week #35
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34 Answer
- Three-Blank Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #34
- GRE Probability: Practice Question of the Week #33 Answer
- GRE Probability: Practice Question of the Week #33
- GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #32 Answer
- GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #32
- GRE Geometry: Practice Question of the Week #31 Answer
- GRE Geometry: Practice Question of the Week #31
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #30 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #30
- GRE Math Work Rate: Practice Question of the Week #29 Answer
- GRE Math Work Rate: Practice Question of the Week #29
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #28
- Combinations Practice Question of the Week #27 Answer
- Combinations Practice Question of the Week #27
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #26 Answer
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #26
- Integer Properties Multiple Choice: Practice Question of the Week #25 Answer
- Integer Properties Multiple Choice: Practice Question of the Week #25
- New GRE Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #24 Answer
- New GRE Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #24
- GRE Math Multiple Choice Practice Question of the Week #23 Answer
- GRE Math Multiple Choice Practice Question of the Week #23
- GRE Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #22 Answer
- GRE Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #22
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21 Answer
- Numeric Entry Practice Question of the Week #21
- Text Completion Practice Question of the Week #20 Answer
- Text Completion Practice Question of the Week #20
- Integer Properties: Practice Question of the Week #19 Answer
- Integer Properties: Practice Question of the Week #19
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18 Answer
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #18
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17 Answer
- Statistics Practice Question of the Week #17
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #16 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #16
- Geometry Quantitative Comparison Practice Question of the Week #15 Answer
- Geometry Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #15
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #14 Answer
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #14
- Permutations and Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #13 Answer
- Permutations and Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #13
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #12 Answer
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #12
- New GRE Numeric Entry: Practice Question of the Week #11 Answer
- New GRE Numeric Entry: Practice Question of the Week #11
- New GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #10 Answer
- New GRE Text Completion: Practice Question of the Week #10
- New GRE Multiple Answer Question: Practice Question of the Week #9 Answer!
- New GRE Multiple Answer Question: Practice Question of the Week #9
- Data Intepreptation: Practice Question of the Week #8 Answer!
- Data Interpretation: Practice Question of the Week #8
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #7: Answer!
- Sentence Equivalence: Practice Question of the Week #7
- Reading Comprehension: Practice Question of the Week #6 Answer!
- Reading Comprehension Practice Question of the Week #6
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5 Answer!
- Combinations: Practice Question of the Week #5
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4 Answer!
- Quantitative Comparison: Practice Question of the Week #4
- Sentence Completion Practice Question of the Week #3: Answer!
- Sentence Completion: Practice Question of the Week #3
- Integer Properties: Practice Question of the Week #2 Answer!
- Practice Question of the Week #2: Win a Premium Subscription to Magoosh GRE!
- Practice Question of the Week #1 Answer!
- Practice Question of the Week #1: NEW! Win a Premium Subscription to Magoosh GRE!

**Study Guides and Plans**

- How to Use a Magoosh GRE Study Schedule
- Adapting the GRE Study Schedules to Your Needs
- Making the Most of Magoosh GRE Study Schedules
- What to Do if You Fall Off the Study Wagon
- The Attitudes and Characteristics of a GRE Self-Studier
- Tips for Using The Official Guide to the Revised GRE
- 6 Month GRE Study Plan (Advanced Math)
- 6 Month GRE Study Plan for Math Beginners
- 90 Day GRE Study Plan for Advanced Students
- 90 Day GRE Study Plan (Verbal Focused)
- 90 Day GRE Study Plan (Math Focused)
- 90 Day GRE Study Plan for Beginners
- 1 Month GRE Study Schedule
- 6 Month GRE Study Guide
- 2-3 Month GRE Study Guide
- 30-Day GRE Study Guide
- 1 Week GRE Study Guide
- GRE Study Guide Video
- Overview of Recommended GRE Prep Tools

**Resources**

- GRE Math Formula eBook
- ETS GRE Practice Test: Powerprep II & The Official Guide
- [Webinar] 5 Killer GRE Prep Tips
- Simplifying Data in the GRE Compendium
- Score Your GRE Essay
- Making the Most of Magoosh GRE Study Schedules
- GRE Article of the Month – April 2014
- What does the GRE exam look like?
- GRE Vocab Resources 2015
- [Announcement] Magoosh TOEFL Newsletter
- GRE vs. GMAT
- GRE Articles of the Month – February/March 2014
- GRE Reading Practice: Writers in The New York Times
- How to Teach the GRE
- New Official Verbal and Quantitative Guides from GRE
- Free Resources from Uniguru and Magoosh
- Magoosh’s Recommended Sites for Graduate School
- Vocabulary.com – The new Place to go for Words
- Win a Free Magoosh Account!
- July’s Free Study Resources!
- GRE Article of the Month – July 2013: How the Internet is Using Us All
- June Announcements: Free Resources
- Explanation Videos for Official GRE Material
- GRE Forums
- GRE Study Music
- Top 5 (Free!) Online GRE Resources
- Top 5 Online Grammar Resources for the GRE
- Our New Favorite GRE Vocab Site: Word Dynamo from Dictionary.com
- New ETS PowerPrep II, Version 2.0 and New Paper-Based Practice Test Released
- New Offerings from ETS – Changes in the GRE to Pay Attention to in 2012
- GRE Vocabulary eBook
- Best GRE Books and Resources 2012
- Best GRE Prep Books and Resources 2011
- Daily Link Roundup: July 7
- Daily Link Roundup: July 6
- Daily Link Roundup: July 1
- Daily Link Roundup: June 30
- Daily Link Roundup: June 29
- Daily Link Roundup: June 28
- Daily Link Roundup: June 27
- Daily Link Roundup: June 24
- Daily Link Roundup: June 23
- Daily Link Roundup: June 22
- Daily Link Roundup: June 21
- Daily Link Roundup: June 20
- Daily Link Roundup: June 17
- Daily Link Roundup: June 16
- Daily Link Roundup: June 15

**Guest Posts**

- Student Post: Believe That You Can Ace the GRE!
- Student Post: Don’t Get Down on Yourself!
- Student Post: Follow a Study Plan!
- Student Post: Learn the Time-Saving Methods for the Math Section
- Three Tips for Parents of Grad School Applicants
- How to Write about Your Research Interests
- Finding Time to Study for the GRE
- Applying to Grad School From Outside the US – Your Timeline
- Choosing Graduate Programs to Apply To
- 6 Tips for Getting Started on Your Application Essays
- 4 New Ways to Display Teamwork in Application Essays
- 3 Essential Components of a Personal Statement
- How to Write Waitlist Update Letters
- The Biggest Mistake I Made on the GRE
- Personal Statement Tip: Story Time
- GRE Advice from Someone Who’s Been There
- The Benefits of Online Grad School
- Important Admissions Tip: BE YOURSELF!
- What NOT to Do in Your Audio or Video Application Component
- My Grad School Story: Translating a Liberal Arts Degree Into a Career
- Awesome Summer Tutor Positions with OneClass
- Seven Reasons to Go to Graduate School
- How to Get Graduate School Funding
- Optional Admissions Essays: When and How to Write Them
- Will My Undergraduate College’s Ranking Hurt My Chances of Getting into Grad School?
- How to Give the Adcom a Good Nap
- Steps for Applying to Grad School
- You’re Training for the Big Leagues: Preparing to Apply to Grad School
- How to Get Started on Your Personal Statement with One Easy Technique
- Accepted.com’s Guide to Choosing an MBA Program
- Application Essays: Arrogance or Pride?
- Think! Think! Think!
- Writing Techniques From a Master
- Dare to be Descriptive: The Key to an Attention-Retaining Personal Statement

**Product**

- GRE App for Android and iPhone from Magoosh
- The GRE Calculator Online
- How to Predict Your GRE Score
- Introducing the GRE Vocabulary Builder App!
- Early Access to Magoosh’s New TOEFL Prep!
- Announcing our GRE Vocabulary Flashcard App!
- New GRE Vocabulary Lessons
- We Love Your Feedback
- Track All Your Notes in One Place
- Explanation Videos for Official GRE Material
- Magoosh Happiness Report: March 2013
- [Announcement] New Paragraph Argument Lessons and Questions!
- How Happy Were Magoosh Students in February 2013?
- Magoosh now has FAQs for GRE Lesson Videos
- Magoosh Student Referral Rewards
- Full length GRE Practice Tests
- GRE Quizzes from Magoosh
- GRE iPhone App from Magoosh
- Re-designed GRE Video Lessons
- Magoosh GRE Android app, prep on the go
- Watch Lessons Related to GRE Questions
- Magoosh GRE now has AWA Videos
- Magoosh GRE Reviews
- 100 Free Revised GRE Videos
- Spread the Word about Magoosh GRE Prep
- Magoosh GRE Prep’s New Dashboard
- Over 150 GRE Video Lessons
- Take Notes During Your GRE Prep
- Magoosh GRE August Sale Ends Today!
- Magoosh on the Evernote Peek iPad App
- GRE Videos
- New GRE Question Types
- Mock Tests for the New GRE

**Book Reviews**

- Best GRE Books | GRE Book Reviews
- 5 Books Everyone Should Read Before Grad School
- Barron’s GRE 21st Edition Book Review
- ETS Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test 2nd Edition Book Review
- Manhattan GRE Book Review
- Manhattan GRE 5 lb. Book of GRE Practice Problems, 2nd Edition (Instructional Guide Series) Book Review
- GRE Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Essay Topics – Book Review
- Book Review: Official GRE Quantitative Reasoning Practice Questions
- Book Review: Official GRE Verbal Reasoning Practice Questions
- GRE Vocab Resources 2015
- GRE Book Reviews
- New Official Verbal and Quantitative Guides from GRE
- Barron’s 1100 Book Review
- Barron’s GRE Verbal Workbook Book Review
- Barron’s 6 GRE Practice Tests Book Review
- Manhattan 5 lb Book of GRE Practice Problems Review
- 2013 GRE Book Reviews
- GRE for Dummies Premier 7th Edition Book Review
- ETS GRE Success Starter: The Test Maker’s Guide to Doing Your Best
- Manhattan GRE 3rd Edition Book Review
- Tips for Using The Official Guide to the Revised GRE
- Nova’s GRE Prep Course Book Review
- Gruber’s Complete GRE Guide 2012: Book Review
- Best GRE Prep Books and Resources 2011
- Revised GRE Book Reviews
- ETS’s Old GRE Material: Practicing to Take the General Test 10th Edition (Big Book) Book Review
- ETS’s Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test Book Review
- McGraw-Hill’s Conquering the New GRE Math: Book Review
- Kaplan New GRE Premier 2011-2012 Book Review
- Barron’s New GRE 19th Edition Book Review
- Princeton Review: Cracking the New GRE 2012 Book Review
- McGraw-Hill’s New GRE: 2011-2012 Edition Book Review
- New GRE Book Reviews

Hi Team,

I am taking my GRE test in October and applying 2013 aug session. I am doing the quant section from barrons and was looking forward to the plan needed to be followed for the verbal section. With verbal section, i have done questions related to all the sections but have not gone through the word list as of now. With what has been done, i have seen improvement in understanding questions and looking for the correct answer which i think the new pattern is based on.

Can you please provide an action plan on how to proceed with the word list as this is the area where a lot of time has to be spent now. As of now i have started with the Kaplan’s word list but not sure if that is enough for the exam.

Looking forward for an update.

Regards,

Salil

Hi Salil,

Which word list were you speaking of? Were you alluding to the Barron’s 3500 word list? If so, I would definitely not recommend it. Vocabulary for the Revised GRE is more about understanding how words function in context. By only reading a definition, one has a limited understanding of the word functions.

So word lists are fine, but always check to see how writers employ the words in that list. Wordnik.com is an excellent resources. For any word you look up, there are accompanying sentences.

To learn more about how to approach vocabulary for the new exam, read our vocabulary ebook:

http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/gre-vocabulary-ebook/

Good luck!

hi chris.!

thank you for your help.:)

my gre score is 289. Q- 151, V- 138. i want to go to US in spring 2013 and in university which has good placement.

would i be getting any good university..??

if possible can you be please tell me few universities which i would be getting on the basis of my score..?

OR should i GRE again ..?? and if yes than approximately at what date and month…

Hi Ankit,

This post should help answer your question 🙂

http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/what-is-a-good-score-on-the-revised-gre/

please provide solution to these questions..

Q1.

d=3.17486 and [-d] is the decimal expression for d rounded to the nearest thousandth

Quantity A , Quantity B

[d] – d , 0.001

Ans: B (as given in material)

Q2.

[x] = the largest integer less than or equal to x

Quantity A , Quantity B

(1/2)[x] , [(1/2)x]

Ans: D

i am badly frustrated with this type of problem..plz help me..

Q1 : [-d] is 3.175 (I think that should be [-d] in column A. Then you can just do old-fashioned math to get the answer.

Q2: I just plugged in two sets of numbers. If x = 1, then the answer is (A). If I plug in ‘0’ the answer is (C). Therefore (D).

I’d say the key is interpreting the symbol. This takes a little practice.

Hopefully that helps!

hi chris !!

like i was practicing in powerprep, there was option of skipping question(next) and then i can go back to it later..

so this same thing can i do it in the test.? means if any question is taking a bit more time so can i attend it later..?

it will not affect my score.right.?

and i heard that in adaptive test if ur first 5-7 questions are correct than there will be a good score even if u attend remaning questions on average..??

Hi Ankit,

Yes, you can skip a question and come back to it. The adaptive part with the first few questions applied to the old GRE, not the new GRE. The new GRE is section, not question, adaptive.

Hey, new Powerprep II was released. Now has 2 practice tests.

Hi, Aaron

Yes, we were very excited when it came out! The first test is actually a repeat of the old one, but the second one is all new– we’re working on a post about it right now, so check back in a few days :).

Best,

Margarette

Hi Chris ,

I got 151 in verbal and 161 in quant. The AWA score is yet to come. I want to do masters in renewable energy. Please express your views about the chances of getting into a good grad school. I am willing to take the GRE again if its required. Could you please tell me some websites that are good for selecting grad schools.

Thanks 🙂

Hi Jay,

That’s a pretty good score. For a more thorough — a much more thorough take — the following post should be helpful:

http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/what-is-a-good-score-on-the-revised-gre/

Hope that helps 🙂

Hi Chris,

I am writing GRE in last week of August and have been preparing for a couple of months.

My target score is 320(around 155 V/ 165 M) which is still around 10 points away from where I am now. I really need to boost up my accuracy and practice so I can reach my target.

Suggest me what shall I do. Also, please tell does Magoosh GRE prep provides full length tests.

Thanks,

Shubham

Hi Shubham,

So Magoosh does not provide full-length practice tests (though we are working on that). You can, however, create your own mock tests. As for achieving your goal, can you tell me thus far which texts you’ve used and which section you’ve spent more time on? If I know this, I’ll be able to provide you a better answer 🙂

Hi Chris,

I am weak in Verbal section, however, I have devoted almost equal time to both the sections.

I have used Nova maths, Kaplan Verbal book, ETS book, Manhattan DI book and couple of other books. For Vocabulary, I have word list of one coaching institute along with that I use Word power made easy and Kaplan word list. Now planning to cover Magoosh Complete Guide to Vocab pdf.

Being a non native English speaker, I find verbal section difficult. I am better in SC/SE than RCs but not up to the mark in either of the type of questions.

In Maths, I am still facing problem in solving all the tricky question within time limit.

I hope above information will help you in assisting me on how to I proceed and work so that I can improve in remaining time.

Thanks,

Shubham

Hi Subham,

Make sure you do plenty of practice questions. Identify your weak areas and constantly improve upon them. Make sure to learn words in context, instead of just memorizing lists. The vocab ebook should help:

http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/gre-vocabulary-ebook/

Magoosh could definitely help with your quant time limit issue. We have hundreds of questions, many of them very difficult. There will always be a timer, an experience which simulates the actual test.

Hope that helps, and update me on your progress :).

Hello Chris,

As per your advice, I have been practicing a lot. And I can see improvement in verbal.

Just now I have become a premium member of magoosh. 🙂 I have around 5 weeks to go. Please tell me how to go about Magoosh material from now. I have following all your blog for long.

My another concern is that I am doing unnecessary silly mistakes in Math section. Though I have already recognized this weak area and making myself aware of it, I am still doing a few of them and all this irritates me a lot because all my efforts are getting drained by such stupid mistakes. HELP PLEASE!

—

Shubham

A good way to go through the Magoosh verbal is to start with the lesson videos. Then, work your way through the questions, going back to the relevant lesson videos (we have a feature that links each question to the relevant lesson video(s)).

For Math, careless mistakes take many forms. Is it simple arithmetic, are you writing down the wrong number, is your writing just messy in general, are you not writing down enough? You need to identify which of these in order to improve.

Hi Chris,

I will be taking the GRE exam in mid-October.Could you please tell me a schedule that I could follow as I am aiming for a high score.

Thanks a lot in advance.

Hi Sudesh,

With about 3.5 months to go, you should take a look at the 3-month study guide. Here is a link to all study guides, so you can have a look at which one best fits your schedule:

http://magoosh.com/gre/gre-study-guides-and-plans/

Hi Chris,

I have been taking Magoosh classes since May which has been most useful for my GRE preparations. My GRE test is scheduled for 24 rd July.

I am planning to take power prep a week before test. I ‘ve been doing MGRE online tests (4 so far). My verbal score remains in the range 155-160. I am trying to improve the score with Magoosh. Then I tried a few online tests of Kaplan (2 tests so far). I found the difficulty level of Kaplan higher and to my shock the score dropped to 150-155 range.

I have no issues with quant (167-169 range).

Please let me know which of the above (Kaplan or MGRE) is a true indicator of one’s actual verbal score?

Kiran

Hi Kiran,

That seems strange that you would drop so far from Kaplan. Typically the MGRE tests are more difficult, and the verbal content much more accurate and true-to-the- test, then Kaplan’s.

With diligent practice on Magoosh coupled with vocab studying (have you checked out our vocab ebook: http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/gre-vocabulary-ebook/ ) should help push you into the 160s.

Good luck, and let me know if you have any questions!

The scoring patterns of both the tests are different.

For instance, in MGRE, I scored 12 and 12 correct in first and second verbal sections which fetched me a score of 157.

In Kaplan, I scored 13 and 14 correct in first and second verbal sections which gave me only 153.

It is very confusing. Can you clarify the pattern on which they arrive at scores?

Thanks for your suggestion. Will try your vocab ebook.

Hi Kiran,

Honestly I have no idea exactly how they tabulate these scores. Something does seem a little awry if you answer every question and scoring below a 160. I have not heard this happening to anyone else. Anyone else out there having a similar experience?

Hi Chris

I am sorry I did not make my position clear. I did not answer all the questions correctly as understood by you.

My confusion was because I scored 12/20 and 12/20 for a verbal score of 157 in MGRE and scored 13/20 and 14/20 for a verbal score of only 153 in Kaplan where I should have scored more.

Just wanted to know if there is a formula for calculation of the estimated scores by them.

Hi Kiran,

From what I’ve learned, Kaplan’ algorithm is a bit funky. Also, I’m pretty sure it is not the same one the test uses. That said, I would be surprised if your score differed drastically from the scores above.

Hi Chris,

Try to make a Weekly Challenge problem on your blog similar to manhattan.

Sure, I plan on having a weekly math challenge problem and verbal one too. Stay tuned :).

Hello, Magoosh team!

I’ve been studying about Magoosh for roughly 2 days now. To be honest, I’m still skeptical on purchasing it. Can you please draw a fine line between the privileges of non-registered vs. registered users. I’m sorry if I must have missed out something here which answers the above question. Please leave a link then.

The thing is I already see a lot of Magoosh’s videos on Youtube, and blogs accessible by everyone! Also, I already have n number of GRE books for the New GRE (except MGRE :-(). Will all the above stuff be enough to score in the top percentiles, or, as I read from you posts, Magoosh+Manhattan is it!!?

PS. Aiming for the 90th+ percentile in Math!

Hi Akshaya,

You are right – we do have a lot of free stuff out there :).

The major difference – and it is a huge difference – you get access to our Magoosh product. Hundreds upon hundreds of questions, essential lesson videos to help you strengthen your foundation, and the toughest Quant questions in the industry :). And all that is wrapped up in a computer-based format (which helps prepare you test day).

As for MGRE – their book material and on-line test is excellent. To access the on-line tests (there are 6 of them), you only need to buy one book.

Putting Magoosh and MGRE together is the magic combo. And the rest…well you can read my book reviews :).

Let me know if you have questions, or if there is any other way I can dispel your skepticism :).

Skepticism dispelled! 🙂 Thanks a ton, Chris!

You are welcome :).

Hi Chris,

I found magoosh gre a great help and it helped me to increase my gre score by 12 points

from the previous one. My new gre score is 149(verbal) and 155(quant) for a total of 304.

What are the possibilities of getting admission to M.S. in USA in electrical and computer engineering.

Hi Mohar,

Congrats on that great score increase! That’s a difficult question to answer. Your best bet is to use the data from the U.S. News and World Report article. My gut is telling me that for Comp. Sci. you may need a slightly more competitive score. Your verbal, though lower overall, should be fine.

http://magoosh.com/gre/2012/what-is-a-good-score-on-the-revised-gre/

Following this link, you can look at the old score range of people who were accepted to a university, and then use the concordance table (old score vs. new score) to get a rough sense of where you rank. Let me know if you have any questions!

Thank you so much for posting great information for the GRE!

I need to score for the Revised GRE at least 153 Verbal; 144 Quantitative; with the written section remaining at 3.5

I have been out of school for quite a while so I am very nervous about taking the GRE. I am hoping to study for and take it during the summer. Do you recommend self study over a prep class? If you had to pick a prep class which would you do you think offers the best approach?

Thank you for your time,

Lea

Hi Lea,

I would recommend trying out self-study for awhile. If you feel you are making progress (something you can do by taking a mock test every couple of weeks), then I would recommend sticking to that path. (The Magoosh product — gre.magoosh.com—provides an excellent way to make sure you are learning all the core concepts—we also provide hundreds of practice questions).

If you need more prep and somebody to help you with your weaknesses, I would recommend an experienced tutor over a prep class. I haven’t heard many good things about the prep class (the all-size fits all approach). If you still decide to take the class, I’d recommend MGRE over Kaplan or The Princeton Review. MGRE has far more rigorous standards for employing tutors than do the other two).

Hope that helps, and good luck :).

Hello Team Magoosh, I just purchased the official ETS GRE study book and was curious if all of the explanations and videos for it that you all made are still available? There was a link at the top my dashboard a few weeks ago, but I haven’t seen it since. Once again, thanks for everything you guys do and continue to do.

Hi, James

Here’s the link: http://gre.magoosh.com/videos-for-revised-gre-official-guide

Hope that helps!

Best,

Margarette