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The sheer number and variety of programs that accept the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) as part of their admissions processes can be intimidating to students, but really it should be just the opposite: even if you have no idea what you want to do with your life in two years (or next week), you can prep for the GRE knowing that a high score will provide you with a wealth of options. So whether you’re dead-set on your dream school and ideal program or you just know that you’ll be back in some classroom somewhere at some point in the next five years, you’re going to need a strong GRE score. Fortunately, we know some people who can help with that.
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ADDITIONAL GRE PREP RESOURCES
The Graduate Record Examination General Test, or GRE General Test, is a standardized-test created by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), the firm behind the previous versions of the SAT. As a central component of the graduate school application process, this test is taken by students who have either completed or are close to completing their undergraduate degrees. It is required by nearly every graduate program in the United States as part of their application processes, and it is also often accepted by business and law schools in place of either the GMAT or LSAT. Students interested in pursuing advanced degrees should therefore expect to prepare for and take this test, which is often thought of as the “big brother” of the SAT: a 3-hour and 45-minute challenge that tests your algebra, geometry, data analysis, vocabulary, and advanced reading comprehension skills. Unlike the SAT, however, the GRE is typically administered via computer, so Inspirica’s approach to the test includes a mix of content, structure, and strategy, preparing you for the variety of complex tasks you will face on test day.