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toefl

 This is the month of the year when most of you are thinking, “I have taken the GRE and I have another ten days for the TOEFL. Is it really enough?”   You are also asking, “I have prepared for the GRE. Will that help for the…

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Plugging in: The Savior of GRE Quant

Many a time in GRE you may find yourself getting stuck in a trap that pertains to algebra: you get immersed in trying to solve a hard question and as a result end up wasting too much time. Sure, these problems, however hard they may…

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Finer Aspects of Preparing for the GRE

  Although, techniques and “know-how” will help you get a respectable score, they, by themselves, may not be enough to secure a 160+ on the GRE Verbal. To really push the envelope while preparing for the GRE, you’ll need to understand that some GRE verbal reasoning questions test –   1. Your ability…

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My Pursuit to an MS Abroad: A Student’s Account

  Anish Shivaraman is currently doing his Masters at the Washington State University; he did his undergrad at Mumbai university. He shares his perspectives on applying for a Masters at Universities abroad.  Why an MS over an  MBA?  I chose an MS over an MBA because I wanted to…

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GRE Math: Easy or Difficult?

    The question of whether math is easy or difficult revolves in every student’s mind while preparing for the GRE. Going through the official guide will make you believe that quantitative reasoning in GRE requires nothing more than a mere brush up.  You could be wrong!  Easy but Deceptive  GRE Quantitative Reasoning…

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5 Steps to follow to ensure a great GRE Score

If you had taken the GRE before July 2012 you would have had both a more impressive sounding score that runs into thousands, and as many as 30 official GRE practice tests (released by the ETS). Fast forward to present time, and you realize that you…

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gre verbal

Ask any GRE hopeful about their experience preparing for the test and the immediate, unanimous response is that the Verbal sections are so much more challenging than the Quant sections! There are some obvious and some not so obvious reasons for this. Let’s take a look at a…

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Writing SOP

    SOP is the acronym for Statement Of Purpose. It is essentially the document that talks to the admissions committee on your behalf and convinces them about why they should pick you over hundreds of other qualified candidates. As an aside, we’ve heard people pronounce this as ‘soap’ and ‘sope’ –…

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