Are you anxious about the GRE math section? Looking for GRE math help that doesn’t make you want to tear out your hair? Look no further!
In this total guide to getting the GRE math help you need, we’ll guide you through the steps of the GRE math prep process in a way particularly tailored for the math-phobic. First, we’ll discuss GRE math anxiety. Then, we’ll go over setting a goal score and identifying a baseline so you know how much you need to improve your score. After that, we’ll get into figuring out what specific things you need to work on and how to target those weaknesses. We’ll even go over the pros and cons of particular preparation methods (like GRE math tutors, GRE math help online, GRE prep books, and so on) and provide a list of free GRE math help resources. You can conquer GRE math!
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If you’re applying to graduate school, you’ll likely need to write a personal statement. But what exactly is a graduate school personal statement? And what should you write about to give yourself your best shot at admission?
In this guide, we teach you how to write a personal statement for grad school, step by step. But first, let’s go over how the personal statement differs from the statement of purpose as well as what schools look for in a great graduate school essay.
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Not sure how to prepare for the GRE Verbal section? The Verbal section is an important part of the GRE, and if you’re not sure what or how you should be studying, it can be difficult to begin your prep.
That’s where this guide comes in! We’ll give an overview of GRE verbal section, then walk you through every step you need to take in order to develop the best study plan and get the Verbal score you want. We end with tips to make sure your study plan is top-notch so you can reach your GRE Verbal goal score.
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If you’re applying to USC, it’s important to learn everything there is to know about USC GRE scores. What’s a good GRE score for USC? Is there a certain GRE score you should be aiming for?
In this article, we’ll discuss what USC is known for, explain how competitive it is for graduate students, and go over the USC GRE requirements for major programs. We’ll then conclude with a few tips on how to calculate your chances of admission to USC so that you can put forward your best application possible.
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If you’re applying to MIT, it’s important to learn everything there is to know about MIT GRE scores. What’s a good GRE score for MIT? Is there a certain GRE score required for MIT you should be aiming for?
In this article, we’ll discuss what MIT is known for, explain how competitive it is for graduate students, and go over the MIT GRE requirements for major programs. We’ll then conclude with a few tips on how to calculate your chances of admission to MIT so that you can put forward your best application possible.
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Good at math? Bad at math? Just OK at it? Whatever your comfort level with algebra and geometry, if you’re taking the GRE, you’ll need to know how to study for GRE math so that you can get the score you want. But where should you start?
Follow along as we give you a brief summary of the GRE Quantitative Reasoning section and go over the 11 steps you need to follow when studying for GRE math. We’ll then wrap up with four tips for using your GRE math study time wisely.
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If you’re planning to take the GRE in 2018 or 2019, you may want to start preparing your GRE schedule. Unfortunately, ETS only releases GRE test dates about a year in advance. However, we’ve done the hard work of scouring past test date patterns to predict future GRE testing dates.
This guide predicts the 2018-2019 GRE test dates with a fair amount of certainty, and we’ll update the test dates when there’s new information from ETS. We’ll also discuss the importance of planning when you’re going to take the general GRE and give you four important factors to consider when deciding on your GRE exam date.
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Once a staple of the resume template, the resume objective has fallen out of style for most job applications. But do you still need a resume objective for a graduate school resume? What are the cases where a graduate school resume objective helps rather than harms you?
In this guide, I explain what objectives are, when you should use them, and how to craft a perfect one for your grad school resume.
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The best way to figure out how to get a high Analytical Writing score is to look at a GRE essay sample, but doing so without any guidance can be overwhelming. How do you show insight? Do typos affect your score? What’s a good way to keep your essay organized?
We’ll answer all these questions for you (and more!) in this article by analyzing four real GRE essay examples and highlighting the key features you’ll want to include in your own essays.
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Of all the different kinds of questions on the GRE, the GRE Issue essay question can seem like the most daunting to answer completely correctly. Instead of choosing from a selection of already-made answers or filling in a numerical solution, you must write hundreds of words in an attempt to fulfill rubric criteria, knowing that there is no one right answer to the question.
To help make this Herculean task more manageable, we’ll go over the Issue essay GRE rubric in depth and offer our top GRE Issue essay tips to help you score highly every time.
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