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GRE Tips
July 6, 2010

New Details on the GRE: What it Means for GRE...

Students considering taking the new GRE, coming in August 2011, can finally try their hand at the revised test. While we’ve known about the pending changes for some time, the... Read more
GRE Tips
June 25, 2010

Updates to the GMAT: How do these compare with the...

The GMAC, the makers of the GMAT, has announced a major change to the exam coming in 2012: one of the Analytical Writing sections will be replaced by a new... Read more
GRE Tips
May 24, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part VII: Analytical Writing and Wrapup

What the GRE changes mean to you: the essays, and where do you go from here? Virtually every aspect of the current GRE has been rethought, tweaked or downright reinvented,... Read more
GRE Tips
April 20, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part VI: The Calculator

What GRE changes mean to you: Success at a keystroke? Of all of the changes to the GRE, the one that excites most students is the addition of an onscreen... Read more
GRE Tips
April 16, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part V: Quantitative Reasoning

What GRE changes mean to you: Some things old, some things new When the new GRE is unveiled in 2011, the Quantitative Reasoning section will look awfully familiar to longtime... Read more
GRE Tips
April 9, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part IV: Verbal Reasoning

What GRE changes mean to you: Revisions in Verbal Reasoning In addition to the Reading Comprehension changes, which we discussed last time, the 2011 GRE will eliminate two long-time Verbal... Read more
GRE Tips
April 7, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part III: Reading Comprehension

What GRE changes mean to you: Innovations; new challenges While the GRE’s overall content breakdown will remain the same for the 2011 test change – that is, it’ll still consist... Read more
GRE Tips
April 1, 2010

The Revised GRE, Part II: Redefined Navigation

What GRE format changes mean to you: new functionality, same adaptive scoring One of the most notable changes in the new GRE, launching in 2011, is that examinees will have... Read more
Applying to Grad Programs
March 29, 2010

Making Connections That Count: Getting Good Recommendation Letters

Most graduate schools require three to four letters of recommendation, and ideally each recommender will know you and your capabilities in different ways. Try to achieve the following balance of... Read more

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