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A-Z of the GRE

The GRE experts at Magoosh have just released the Ultimate GRE Guide, which is a great resource for anyone starting to study for the GRE. It answers every question an aspiring graduate student might have, from the very basic (“What is the GRE?”) to the advanced (“How do you get a perfect score?”). It organizes a lot of the information from the Magoosh blog, and points you to other sites (especially to!) that may offer more help. Best of all, it’s free! Think of it as a crash course to the GRE—once you finish learning all of the basics of the exam, you’ll have more time to focus on scoring well. Enjoy!


GRE Tips to get you started…

GRE is an exam of aptitude as well as your nerves. You need to condition yourself with a lot of mock exams periodically to assess whether your efforts are being reflected in your scores. One simple recommendation to improve your GRE score is to become an avid reader. By reading, we mean understanding the grammar, contextual reference and word usage and not just skim through a page-turning novel. Also, it is important to brush up your high school algebra and geometry (not trigonometry) and remember the formulas at a bare minimum.


The GRE – A Quick Guide

What is the GRE? The Graduate Record Exam, a computer-adaptive standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools in the US. The GRE was created in 1949 and has three sections: Verbal, Quantitative and Analytical Writing.


Free GRE Practice Test Resources (Guaranteed to Improve Your Score)

Taking a GRE practice test not only teaches you what to expect from the test in terms of form and content, but it also ends up being a huge time-saver on test day. Why? Because once you’re familiar with the (sometimes) labyrinthine instruction format, you’re good to go. You’ll never have to read those instructions again. Given the time pressure you’ll face on the GRE, this is a big chunk of point-earning time you’ll redeem for free.


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Quantitative Comparison (QC) questions are unique to the GRE, so they may seem a little strange at first. In this module, you'll learn the basic format of Quantitative Comparison questions, and you'll learn systematic techniques for solving them.


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