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Monthly Archives: October 2010
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
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
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
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