Malka Fleischmann shares her experiences getting a unique degree and her thoughts on finding the right job for you.
STUDY VOCAB. About half of the questions on this section are, in essence, vocabulary questions. So the more words you know or recognize, the more prepared you will be to kick ass on Verbal. There are plenty of places to find potential GRE words, but don't overlook the regular reading you do. Whenever you come … Continue reading Do This ONE Thing to Improve Your GRE Verbal Score
Unlike traditional multiple choice problems, these questions are not asking you to "solve" for an answer. Instead, you are given two quantities and tasked with determining how these two quantities relate to one another. The fours answer choices will always look the same: A. Quantity A is greater. B. Quantity B is greater. C. The … Continue reading What are Quantitative Comparison GRE Questions?
Estee Katcoff gives us insight into how her MBA allowed her to start a non-profit organization in Paraguay and a tutoring company in the US simultaneously. 1. What is one sentence you would use to describe who you are and what you do? I am a problem-solver talented in building cross-sectoral relationships; I combined my … Continue reading How to Fund Your Non-Profit
The GRE General Test is made up of Writing test, a Verbal Reasoning measure, and a Quantitative Reasoning measure. The test will begin with one hour for Writing and then will alternate between Verbal and Quantitative sections. Two sections each of Verbal and Quant will count towards your score, but you should expect to see … Continue reading What to Expect on GRE Quantitative Reasoning
There are currently so many delays and canceled tests and a ton of uncertainty over when students will actually be able to sit in a room and take the test. This makes it so easy to stop studying and to focus, instead, on other things. Don’t let yourself fall behind! Follow these simple tips to … Continue reading 4 Tips for Test Prep During These Uncertain Times
Kayla Kirshenbaum, a writer, shares her experiences studying poetry and, now, professional writing.
There’s no shame in needing a tutor. Period. And when it comes to standardized tests, this is especially true. Is the ACT/SAT/GRE (etc) testing how “smart” you are? No way! They’re testing how well you can learn the tricks of that particular test. So do everything you can to uncover the tricks, whether it’s doing … Continue reading Tutoring is Cool