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Raghavan Ravi

In conversation with Raghavan Ravi who scored a 323 on the GRE.   Could you tell us about yourself?   I hail from Chennai. I’ve done my undergrad from Amrita University in Coimbatore. I presently work here in Bangalore for Jaguar Land Rover Motors as a Solutions Developer. I develop software applications for…

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GRE score for ISB

Okay now that ISB has announced that it will be taking both the GRE scores along with the GMAT scores, you are probably wondering which test to take? Or maybe you have taken the GMAT, and not scored too high. And our article on GMAT scores for ISB…

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Master's in Information Systems GRE Admissions

  We are going to make a few guesses about you, our reader.   You probably completed an undergraduate degree in engineering, and perhaps have a few years of work-ex. Quite likely, the higher-education bug has bitten you (well, why else would you be reading this 🙂 )   Whether it be to kickstart…

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GRE inequalities

Are you wondering, why an entire blog post on Inequalities?   Well, as you may have already found out, compared to other question types on the GRE, inequality questions are an especially slippery slope! They have sent many a test-taker tumbling down on the path to not-so-great Quant scores.   By the time…

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Best GRE Apps

    Okay, so you have got your new smartphone. Maybe you did not pay much and you ended up with a great value phone. Or maybe you did splurge a bit to get the brand named after a fruit 🙂   Whatever the case be – you have in your hand one…

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Taming the Beast: Building GRE Vocabulary

  We often compare vocabulary building with making new friends.   It involves “meeting” new words, getting to know them better, clumping them up into groups (to make life simpler) that they best fit into and finally, when you do become “friends”, spending some time with them – periodically…

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gre words indian origin

As discussed in many of our previous blogs, the secret to building a formidable vocabulary is to learn them meaningfully and to make connections (Themes, Etymology etc.. ).   We’ve seen how some words have their origins in Greek Mythology. In this blog, let’s dig a little closer to home…

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gre-test-prep-math-crackverbal

  Although not the most difficult exam in the world, the GRE is definitely one of the most tricky. When you start your preparation, you’ll realise that scaling your score from a 300 to a 310 isn’t that difficult, but pushing past the 320 barrier, which counts as a good GRE…

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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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