GRE Verbal Practice

GRE verbal practice is essential to understanding the unique way in which the GRE tests your verbal reasoning skills. Try all the question types, concepts, and difficulty levels you'll encounter on test day. Then review your work and practice some more!

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Reading high-level articles in esteemed magazines and literary journals can help improve your vocabulary and vocabulary in context skills. Which, as it happens, is a great way to improve your score on the GRE exam! With this in mind, Chris Lele recommends a GRE-level article about once a month, as part of our GRE Article […]

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I often encourage students to read articles from the New York Times to improve their ability to understand complex vocabulary functioning in a rich context. Not every article quite fits that description, so a willy-nilly approach to the New York Times reading won’t always bear such lexical fruit. For those looking for vocab-dense, thought-provoking articles […]

Why Academics Stink at Writing An article by Steven Pinker for “The Chronicle of Higher Education” In an attempt to promulgate the instantiations of high-ordered English as they tend to be recapitulated in eminent publications, I hope to both guide and edify those GRE-aspirants who are under the not totally unsurprising notion that the development […]

Secrets of the Creative Brain By Nancy C. Andreasen for The Atlantic We’ve all known them: really smart people who seem a little…off. Sure, there are plenty of sane geniuses, but might the brilliant amongst us be more likely plagued with psychological issues? In this highly fascinating article, Secrets of the Creative Brain, which blends […]