Applying to grad school means having to write a killer statement. This statement can be either a statement of purpose or a personal statement (or both, as we’ll explain later). But what exactly is the difference between these two types of essays?
In this guide to the statement of purpose vs personal statement, we take an in-depth look at the unique purposes of the grad school statement of purpose and personal statement, how the two essays are different and alike, and what you can do to ensure you produce an essay that’s guaranteed to get you into grad school.
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If getting a high GRE Verbal score is critical for your grad school applications, then you’ll need to know how to ace those tricky Reading Comprehension questions. Here, we explain what GRE Reading Comprehension questions look like and give you our top 14 GRE Reading Comprehension tips for both exam prep and test day.
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The GRE is a long and important exam that most people spend weeks, if not months, preparing for. But did you know that one of the sections doesn’t actually count toward your final score?
In this article, we go over everything there is to know about the GRE experimental section, including what it is, how it differs from the GRE research section, and how it affects your test prep.
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Dreaming of becoming a Husky? The University of Washington is an excellent public university to attend for graduate school. But to get in, you’ll need to have solid GRE scores and a decent undergraduate GPA.
Here, we go over in detail University of Washington GRE scores expectations, both overall and for various grad programs. We also offer you some expert tips for estimating your chances of getting accepted to your chosen UW program.
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A world-renowned and top-ranked university, Columbia is no doubt an excellent choice for graduate school, no matter what field you plan to study. But to get in, you’ll need to have a great GRE score. What are the average Columbia GRE scores? Is there a minimum GRE score for Columbia University?
Read on to learn what Columbia is known for, how competitive the school is in terms of GRE scores, and what kinds of GRE scores and GPAs its various grad programs look for in applicants.
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The University of Michigan is an excellent school, with top graduate programs in a variety of fields. But to get into UM, you’ll need to have an all-around impressive application, with strong GRE scores and a great undergraduate GPA.
What is the University of Michigan GRE score requirement? And what GPA do you need for admission? In this article, we’ll go over what kind of school Michigan is and how competitive it is for aspiring grad students. We’ll look specifically at the average Michigan GRE scores for various grad programs before concluding with a few tips on how you can estimate your chances of admission to the program you’re applying to.
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Everyone taking the GRE has wondered what a good score is. Is a GRE score of 315 good or bad? What is the current 315 GRE score percentile, and what does this say about your performance on the test?
Keep reading to learn just how good a 315 GRE score is in terms of both GRE percentiles and average scores for graduate programs. We’ll also look at how important it actually is to get a 315 GRE score and what you can do to ensure you reach your score goals on test day.
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Getting an amazing GRE score can feel like winning the lottery. But what exactly is a good GRE score? Is 310 a good GRE score? Also, what kinds of programs can you get into with this score?
In this article, we go over how good a 310 GRE score is by analyzing percentiles and the average GRE scores of popular grad programs. We also explain how important it is to get a 310 GRE score and what steps you can take to increase your chances of getting (or possibly surpassing!) this score.
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Lots of grad programs require GRE scores, so you’ll need to do well on the test if you hope to secure admission to your top-choice school. But exactly what is a good GRE score out of 340?
Keep reading to learn why you shouldn’t worry about your total GRE score—and why you should instead focus on your individual section scores. We’ll then explain what a good GRE score is overall and how to determine your own GRE goal scores.
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Did you take the GRE recently or are planning to take it soon? Then you’ll need to know exactly how GRE score interpretation works. What are GRE percentiles? What does the GRE mean for your intelligence and ability to succeed?
In this guide, we explain how to interpret GRE scores using averages and percentiles, give you tips on how to set a GRE goal score based on the programs you’re applying to, and take a look at what GRE scores say about your intelligence, your ability to succeed, and your acceptance chances.
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