I’m going to ask you a question whose answer seems painfully obvious. What is the purpose of doing practice GRE math questions? Take a minute to really consider that question in its entirety and explore the implications of your answer. If your answer was any of these, or something similar to these, then it’s too […]

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## When You Shouldn’t Take a Diagnostic Test

Before you can really jump into your GRE prep, you need to know what you’re going to build up to in the first place: what the GRE consists of and what your weaknesses are. There are a couple of ways you can get started with that. One is to simply take a practice test. The […]

## Does Order Matter? Combinations vs. the Fundamental Counting Principle on the GRE

When trying to decide whether to use the combination formula, many students have trouble applying the “does order matter” test–deciding if outcomes differ. It’s easy to say order doesn’t matter when it in fact does, and vice versa. Once you get it, it’s really useful, but it can take a bit of thinking and re-thinking. […]