One question we at Magoosh get asked a lot is “What is a good GRE score?” Here’s the first thing you need to know: GRE score range from 130 to 170 per section. Combined GRE scores range from 260-340. Another important fact to keep in mind when considering “good” GRE scores: The average GRE score […]
As you register for the GRE, you might be curious about GRE exam eligibility requirements. Luckily, there are virtually no official GRE exam prerequisites.
Coming up with a grad school timeline is crucial for preparing for your graduate applications. Check out this article for how to create one!
You’ve prepared yourself physically and mentally to write your Statement of Purpose (SOP) or personal statement – computer fully charged, a cup of your favorite beverage, and the desire to write. Now, how do you get started? Here are 4 things you need to write a great statement of purpose: 1. A clearly thought-out goal. […]
With grad school comes a wealth of new experiences. While professors may help you understand subject matter, there are many lessons to be learned outside of lecture halls. To help you prepare for situations not covered in your assigned reading material, our friends at Textbooks.com compiled a list of the top 5 books everyone should […]
This post was updated in March 2017 to reflect the latest information on MIT GRE Scores. I’m going to say right off the bat, you’ve got an uphill battle to fight. Consistently ranked near the top of the elite school slush pile, you can bet that GRE scores for MIT are going to range from […]
This post was updated in March 2017 to reflect the latest information on Stanford GRE scores. Been California dreamin’? Hoping to make it into that shining pearl on the great West Coast known as Stanford University? Estimated Stanford GRE scores for graduate programs across the university range between 152-166 for GRE Verbal, and between 152-170 […]
While the college application process is certainly difficult to navigate, there are a lot of resources available to college applicants to help them through the process. Applying to graduate school is no simple task either, but depending on which graduate school you’re considering, the information is limited. For students interested in pursuing an MBA or […]
Studying for and taking the GRE is a massive undertaking. You’ve probably asked, “How often can you take the GRE?” and “How long do you need to study for the GRE.” But instead of beginning with those questions, I’m going to start this post in a rather unorthodox way. Don’t worry — I’ll give a […]
Applying to multiple grad schools can be a juggling act – staying on top of the many deadlines, essays, letters of recommendation, and other supporting documents can seem like an impossible job. You want to stay organized so that you submit the most complete and effective grad school application possible. Creating a system that works […]