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One new question type on the new (revised) GRE is called sentence highlighting. That’s not really an “official” name, but it does describe what you have to do to answer the question. Sentence highlighting questions are a new type of … Continue reading
Happy holidays to everyone! I’ve been super busy doing absolutely nothing for the past few days to celebrate the completion of my first graduate school application! Three more to go! So the other day during my happy little vacation, I … Continue reading
This weekend, I took my first practice computer-adaptive test — man is it a different experience. As we hopefully all know by now, the computer-adaptive test is the computerized administration of the GRE. You must answer each question as it … Continue reading