Christine Ducz is the Little Reading Coach. In this interview she demonstrates how her graduate degree has boosted her career and allowed her to open her own tutoring business.
This week's interview is CHOCK FULL of good tidbits! We hear from educator and entrepreneur Megan Padden-Shin about her time as a teacher in the public school system and how it led to the creation of her education company @educated.owl
1. What is one sentence you would use to describe who you are and what you do? Professionally, I am an educator and an artist. 2. Did you take the GRE? If so, what was your experience studying for the GRE like? I actually did not take the GRE because I was part of an … Continue reading How to Chart Your Own Course
1. What is one sentence you would use to describe who you are and what you do? I'm a high school English teacher as well as a literacy/writing tutor specializing in ACT/SAT, college essays, and other personal statements. 2. Did you take the GRE? If so, what was your experience studying for the GRE like? … Continue reading The Education of an Educator
Rho Muller, a teacher, talks about the transition back to school life after working in her field for over four years.
Gregg Muragishi gives us an in-depth look into his thought process behind pursuing a PhD in Social Psychology and a taste of the research he is pursuing.
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?