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One Week GRE Study Plan

Update: This “how to study for the GRE in one week” study schedule is now available in a redesigned, printable version! Before you begin, check out some strategies for making the most of your study schedule. So, you’ve procrastinated, or have maybe just learned that you have to take the test, because the program you […]

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How Long Should I Study for the GRE? (with bonus quiz)

How long you should study for the GRE is an important consideration. However, there is no one simple answer. Maybe you’re a quantum physicist with a penchant for vocab who enjoys spending your time solving really convoluted math problems (while penning purple poetry). If that’s you, then you could cram for the GRE by whipping through the ETS Official […]

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The GRE vs LSAT Comparison

How do the GRE and the LSAT compare? In the classic match up of the GRE vs LSAT, a few important differences and similarities quickly emerge. For starters, the GRE and the LSAT have very different objectives. A person taking the GRE could be doing so for a variety of reasons: going to a master’s […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesdays | Darkness Descends

Ah yes, autumn. Leaves erupt in dozens of hues, the air is fringed with a chilly bite, and the endless light of summer evenings gives way to darkness. (Please disregard the preceding sentence if you live south of the equator). In honor of Nyx, the Greek goddess of the night, and Carpo, the Horae of […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesdays | Fiery Deb”-ate” Verbs

  Over the next month, Americans are going to be fixed on the television, watching the three scheduled debates between Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton and Republican hopeful Donald Trump. Trump, known for his aggressive swagger and tendency to speak over the moderators, is likely going to go after Hillary, who is known for her sangfroid […]

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GRE Vocab Wednesday: “Tricky Words”

Many words in English carry a connotation somewhere between playfully sneaky and downright deceptive. To help you avoid mistakes on the GRE, here are just a few such tricky words I had up my GRE sleeve! Artifice A misleading word, since we tend to think of “art” as honest and pure, rendering the world in […]

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