Author Archive | Margarette Jung

Explanation Videos for Official GRE Material

Hi, everyone! 馃檪 If you’re a regular blog visitor, you’ve probably often read our recommendations for official material from ETS, whether it be Powerprep software, the Official Guide books, or the PDFs of the paper-based exams. We always suggest these resources since they’re as accurate as it gets when it comes to practice material– the […]

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GRE Vocabulary eBook

Ask and you shall receive! Based on the many requests from our students (thank you, as always, for your suggestions!), we’ve compiled the best of our word lists into a one-stop vocabulary resource for the GRE in eBook form. Get ready for the GRE Verbal anytime, anywhere with this handy GRE vocabulary eBook. It includes: […]

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GRE for Non-Native English Speakers

Update 8/30/12: based on the suggestions of many of our non-native GRE students, we’ve released Magoosh English! Enjoy! 馃檪 Update 5/10/14:聽We also recommend checking out our Magoosh TOEFL blog for more tips! First, I鈥檓 going to say that I have great admiration for anyone who is willing to take a standardized exam in a language […]

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GRE Study Guide Video

Here’s a video of Chris giving an overview of the GRE study schedule posts we’ll be having this week:   You can read the book reviews he mentions here: New GRE Book Reviews.   Let us know if you have any questions about GRE study plans, strategies, approaches, etc.!  

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Vocabulary Strategies Video

Chris talks vocabulary resources, strategies, study plans, and answers questions you asked in the Vocabulary Q&A post— enjoy! Websites he mentions: http://quizlet.com聽(Free vocabulary flashcards: search “GRE”) http://wordnik.com聽(Vocabulary words in context) For all of our articles on vocabulary, visit the Magoosh GRE Vocabulary page.

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GRE Vocabulary Q&A

Next week, Chris will be doing a series of vocabulary-themed posts, addressing everything from mnemonics to recommended reading (non-GRE workbooks, literature, publications, etc.)! Throughout the week, we’ll also be accepting questions about anything and everything vocabulary-related that you may be curious about– submit a question as a comment on this post and Chris will answer […]

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