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GRE Reading Comprehension Example Problem

In this passage you are presented with an unsupported hypothesis about the use of “wheeled utility vehicles” in 12th century Veracruz; namely, despite the lack of evidence, anthropologists hypothesize that the discovery of “wheeled ceramic toys” might indicate that “wheeled … Continue reading

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How NOT to Study GRE Vocabulary: Malapropisms

Like many blogs, It’s Not GREek! regularly receives many spam comments such as this gem: “There is a great deal of playing that goes into place for sewer driving. If you fail to take some action, any strain on your … Continue reading

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GRE Verbal Reasoning Text Completion Example Problem

Here is an example of a simple Verbal Reasoning question you might see on the GRE. It is (i)_____ that so many artists today don’t understand the importance of sincerity in art; even the most beautiful painting, sculpture, or song … Continue reading

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GRE Verbal Reasoning Text Completion Example Problem

Here is an example of a simple Verbal Reasoning question you might see on the GRE. Many concerned citizens believe the Electoral College and the Presidential electoral process is _____; they are concerned the system does not meet or respect … Continue reading

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GRE Vocab – Country Mouse, City Mouse

In this GRE Vocab post, we’ll discuss words that have to do with the country and the city. Comparisons between country life and city life have probably been around since urban centers first arose some 10,000 years ago (give or … Continue reading

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