Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Very Scary GRE Entry

Halloween is rounding the corner, so in the spirit of the evening before All Hallows Day, here are a few things about the GRE that scare me. 1. Reading Passages Giant blocks of text without equations in them make me … Continue reading

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How to Study Vocabulary for the GRE

A few days ago, while I sat around administering a practice exam to a student, I finally cracked open my GRE vocabulary book.  In the two hours and ten minutes it took my student to finish the exam, I managed … Continue reading

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Promotional Consideration Provided By…

After I graduated from college, I decided not to get a job in EE or CS because I didn’t want to get sucked into the real world just yet; instead, I decided to see what’s up at my test prep … Continue reading

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GRE and Graduate School Admissions: A Journey Through the Jungle

Hello, fellow prospective graduate students. I’m guessing you stumbled upon this blog after searching for the phrase “new GRE.”  If that’s all you’re looking for, no problem — here you go: Information about the new GRE coming August 2011. Other … Continue reading

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