Scoring high on the GRE is an important part of getting into the graduate program of your choice. In fact, many business schools require the GRE test as part of their admission process for an MBA degree. The Quantitative Reasoning section (a.k.a. GRE Quantitative Section or just GRE Math) is perhaps the one section that causes […]
Author Archive | Shaun Ault
Shaun earned his Ph. D. in mathematics from The Ohio State University in 2008 (Go Bucks!!). He received his BA in Mathematics with a minor in computer science from Oberlin College in 2002. In addition, Shaun earned a B. Mus. from the Oberlin Conservatory in the same year, with a major in music composition. Shaun still loves music -- almost as much as math! -- and he (thinks he) can play piano, guitar, and bass. Shaun has taught and tutored students in mathematics for about a decade, and hopes his experience can help you to succeed!
GRE Algebra: Overview and Practice
When you hear the word algebra, what comes to mind? Do you cringe at the thought of memorizing all the rules for dealing with equations? Do you freeze up when you see unknowns like x and y? Is asymptote a bad word to your ears? Well, this post on GRE Algebra will hopefully allay many […]
GRE Arithmetic: Overview and Practice
Achieving a high score on the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is one of the major steps in landing a spot in the graduate school of your choice. But often, students struggle with the GRE math section. The GRE Quantitative test has four main mathematical areas: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Data Analysis. This post is all […]