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GRE Subject Tests: To Take, or Not To Take

Remember when you took the SAT for the first time? You were so anxious because it was the SAT AND IT WAS THE BIGGEST TEST YOU WERE EVER GOING TO TAKE! And just as you got up to the front … Continue reading

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Sample GRE Multiple Choice Math Problem – Finding the Sum of Way Too Many Numbers

On every GRE Math section, the test makers try to come up with a few extremely difficult problems that will leave even the cleverest students scratching their heads. The really evil part, though, is that even these problems can be … Continue reading

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What is GRE Score Select?

GRE Score Select gives students who take the GRE multiple times the option of selecting which score reports are submitted to the graduate schools to which they will apply. This means that if you take the GRE more than once, … Continue reading

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How Do I Find a GRE Testing Center?

Finding a GRE testing center is pretty simple. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) has an easy-to-use testing center locator on their website, located here. All you have to do is select a few options for your location, and voila! When … 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 Graph Analysis Word Problem

For which of the following years was the ratio of the median sale price of a new home minus the median sale price of an existing home to per capita income least? (A) 1960 (B) 1965 (C) 1970 (D) 1975 … 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. The independent voters of the United States have proven at times to have ­­_____ political allegiances; but that is not enough of a reason … Continue reading

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GRE Math – Fun with Averages!

Studying for the GRE can be tough. In the mean time, let’s make sure your math score is above average by reviewing averages! Consider the following problem: The average (arithmetic mean) of six numbers is 14. After one of the numbers … Continue reading

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