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LSAT Testing Options in 2021-2022: An Essential Overview
Preparing for and taking the LSAT is a daunting prospect. You likely imagine hours upon hours of studying, and you aren’t wrong: the LSAT is hard, and putting yourself in a position to maximize your score is a big task. With that being said, this test is beatable, and the first step to conquering it is dispelling some of the fears around LSAT test prep. You should make sure you have all of the necessary—but not sufficient!—information to make a knowledgeable decision about your LSAT prep plan,
07 December, 2021
The GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section: A 2021-2022 Overview
What's covered in the GRE math section is no secret [https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/prepare/quantitative_reasoning/], but that doesn't make it easier to tackle. Many students applying to graduate programs haven't taken a math class in a while; in fact, unless you're going to school for math, it's probably been years since you did math in an academic setting. And even if you are pursuing a graduate degree in math, you probably haven't touched the topics covered on this test for years! T
30 November, 2021
The GMAT Writing Section 2021-2022: An Overview
Of all the parts of the GMAT, the essay may be the one that I get the most questions about from students. Does it matter? How should I prepare? Wait, there’s an essay? I thought when I decided to go to business school that I’d never need to write again. Though the essay is by no means the most important part of the test, it does matter. Practicing the GMAT writing section should be an important part of your GMAT online test preparation, and you should use all the tools available to you in order
23 November, 2021
How to Get LSAT Accommodations: An Overview
Massive understatement incoming: the LSAT is hard. Like, “the LSAC has released more than 90 previous official tests because they don’t care how much you prep because they don’t think it matters” hard. You need every edge you can get on this test, and with that in mind, the last thing you want is to be eligible for testing accommodations but miss out on taking advantage of them because you don’t know the process. Fortunately, we’re here to help. As with most standardized tests, the LSAC provide
18 November, 2021
An Essay Unlike Any Other: GRE Writing Overview
Most students in college will have already written the closest thing to the GRE essay in high school, when they wrote the essay for the ACT [https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation/writing-sample-essays.html?page=0&chapter=0] or the SAT (RIP). The ACT and SAT essays themselves are very different from the type of writing that students do in school, and it only gets weirder: the GRE Analytical Writing section [https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/prepa
08 November, 2021
The GMAT As an Adaptive Test: What’s It All About?
So you’ve decided you want to be a CEO. As you’re planning for business school and consequently investigating the GMAT, you’re likely to come across the term computer adaptive. What does that really mean? And why is it so important to understand the GMAT as a computer adaptive test (CAT) when you’re deciding between the GMAT and the GRE? The GMAT adaptive test is unlike any of the other major standardized tests you’ve taken in your lifetime. Other tests calculate your raw score based on your n
02 November, 2021