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Taming the Beast Part 2: Using Word Roots to build GRE Vocabulary

In our previous blog we discussed ways to make the GRE Vocabulary building process much less tedious by understanding how the, ever-so-famous, word-lists should be used!   Now, assuming that you’re on your way to building a vast and impressive GRE vocabulary, we’ll be discussing some…

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Mnemonic - GRE Wordlist

  If you’ve been reading our blogs you know that Vocabulary building is a very important part of preparing for the GRE Verbal Ability sections.   Although there are many ways to build vocabulary, you must work with a focus on developing a deep and meaningful understanding of words rather than just…

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Taming the Beast Part 3: Using 'inclines' to build GRE Vocabulary

  In our previous blog we discussed using Etymology as a neat mnemonic tool. We also elaborated about how Etymology helps make connections with words you’ve already learned and words that you will possibly learn. Making…

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Use GRE Flashcards: Stop Mugging Up!

In our Taming the Beast series we discussed ways to effectively approach Vocabulary Building for the GRE.   Yet, being competent at learning new words may not translate to being successful in remembering them. This is especially true if you have to learn vast volumes of…

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  We live in a time in which we are flooded with information. Texts, mails, tweets and Facebook updates plague our waking hours. We spend lesser and lesser time reading things intently and more time reading things at a surface level.   In fact, studies show that out brains have evolved to…

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6 GRE greek words

  The Greek language has had a huge influence on the English language. There are a lot of words that took shape from stories belonging to Greek mythology. Below are six GRE words that have their roots in Greek Mythology!     #1 Procrustean  

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Improve your GRE score without learning anything new? Well, you probably think there’s a catch somewhere.   Obviously, proficiency in the concepts tested coupled with some strategies is essential to improve GRE scores. But, following these test-taking perspectives will ensure that you get the maximum possible score for the amount of…

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Build GRE Vocabulary through Etymology

  Etymology is the study of the origin of words. Many words in English have been adapted from foreign sources. And many of the big GRE words do in fact share similar roots. This of course leads us to a very important question:   How does understanding Roots help you build GRE vocabulary?     1.They…

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So you’ve completed your undergraduation (or are in the process of completing it) and you feel that the next logical step is to do your Post Graduation. There are probably some good universities where you live, but you’ve also noticed that a lot of students are now…

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If you are planning an MS abroad, an additional requirement apart from the GRE will be an English Language Test. The most popular ones are the IELTS and TOEFL.   Understand that both TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and the IELTS (International English Language Testing Services) are intended…

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