If you’re planning to take the GED® or thinking about it, a great place to start is familiarizing yourself with the basic structure of each section. Here’s everything you need to know about scores on the GED®. Each GED® Test (RLA, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science) on the GED® is scored on a scale from 100 […]
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Take a look at an example conversion chart based on PrepTest 74: The way in which the LSAT is scored has three important implications for your performance: First, the number of right answers determines your score. There is no guessing penalty. Never leave a question blank on the LSAT. Second, every question is worth […]
In order to study for the GRE in a month and see a significant score improvement, you will need to use your time very efficiently. Studying for the GRE in a month requires commitment and concentration. First, you need to know what your strengths and weaknesses are on the GRE. Then, you need to target […]
With 2 months to prepare a study plan for the GRE, you can think about dividing your GRE study time into two parts. During the first month of your GRE study plan, focus on mastering the strategic approaches to each type of question on the GRE, as well as the vocabulary and math content knowledge […]
The SAT Math sections are the 3rd and 4th sections on the SAT test. During the first 25-minute SAT Math section, you are NOT allowed to use a calculator. During the next 55-minute SAT Math section, you are allowed to use your calculator. Both SAT Math sections will begin with multiple-choice questions, each of which […]
Creating your MCAT study guide can be one of the most important but challenging aspects of preparing for the MCAT. The AAMC recommends that the average pre-medical student should spend 300-350 hours preparing for the MCAT across several months. Even with three months to prepare, you will need to put aside a significant amount of study time […]
Since April 16, 2018, the GMAT Quantitative and Verbal sections have had fewer questions in them and both are a bit shorter. Here’s what you need to know about what changes occurred to the GMAT in 2018, including changes to section timing, number of questions, and pacing.
The AAMC recommends that the average pre-medical student should spend 300-350 hours preparing for the MCAT across several months. Realistically, though, you might not have that much time. For example, what happens if you realize that your test date is a month away and you haven’t started your study plan yet? Studying for the MCAT in one month […]
As any Kaplan GRE Expert will tell you, the Quantitative section is a test of concepts, not calculations. It’s also a psychological test, designed to intimidate the rookie test-taker with big, scary-looking numbers. Fortunately, there’s always a method to the GRE’s math madness and, consequently, a way of making those intimidating numbers easier to understand. That’s where […]
You will see GRE® vocabulary on test day in a variety of ways. Your verbal score is generated from your answers to 40 questions that are split up among two separate sections of 20 questions each. You will have 30 minutes to complete each section, so be ready to tackle Sentence Equivalence, Text Completion, and […]