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GRE Preparation Tips

GRE Preparation Tips to score 325+

Guest blog by Koustuv Sinha on GRE Preparation Tips.

My GRE Preparation Tips:

GRE Date: 6th April, 2015
Score : 326 (158 V, 168 Q), 5.0 AWA

Firstly I want to point out that I am a working professional and relied only on online GRE preparation services. So my post and GRE Preparation Tips would be mainly relevant to working professionals who want to achieve high scores, although others might also find it useful. Continue reading

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Magoosh GRE Review 2015: A detail review on Magoosh GRE

Magoosh GRE Review

This post is about a detailed review on Magoosh GRE with the latest features magoosh provide. We’ll discuss whether it’s worth spending your bucks on Magoosh or not. Many things have changed in Magoosh GRE from time to time. So this is updated review on new Magoosh GRE. So here it goes..

Magoosh is Online GRE Coaching Software. Its a US based education company. I’m already premium user of Magoosh.


The access for Magoosh lasts  for 6 months. The access used to last 1 year during its initial phase) but I guess 6 months is more than enough to study for GRE. First of all if you want to try, you can try Magoosh for a week for Free. Yes the videos and questions will be limited but you can have a look at it. If you like, you can sign up for full course. There are 200+ videos on each and every topic for Quantitative, Verbal and AWA. There are 1300+ practice questions. For every practice question you answer there will be a Video explanation as well as Text explanation for the same. Continue reading

2 months GRE Study Schedule

GRE Study Schedule


Yesterday, got a query from Pratik Thacker (one of our readers) on how to prepare for GRE in 2 months (He’s taking GRE on 23rd october) and needs a specific GRE Study Schedule. I have considered that you work 6-7 hours/day. So Pratik, here it goes.!

GRE Study Schedule

Essential Materials:

The GRE – It’s Like the SAT, all Grown up

For many, the GRE isn’t completely new territory. At some point, you yourself may have sat down one Saturday to take a long and grueling test: the SAT. You probably remember the little fill in the blank sentence questions as well as the reading passages that followed (although probably not very fondly). You might also recall math questions don’t weren’t necessarily hard, but were very tricky.

The same – but different?

Well, those SAT question types mostly sum up the GRE. Of course, the GRE is a much more difficult version of the SAT. Fill-in-the-blank sentences have morphed into triple blank Text Completions that can sometimes be an entire paragraph long. And the reading passages Continue reading