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How to Study for the GRE in One Month

Bonus: This GRE study plan is also available in a printable version! This Clemmonsdogpark One Month GRE Study Plan is designed for those of you who are wondering how to study for the GRE on your own. How can you effectively prepare for the GRE test at home when you have competing priorities—school, work, family, […]

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GRE Score Range: What’s a Good GRE Score?

This post was updated in April 2019 to reflect the latest score information available. GRE Score Range: What is the GRE out of? One question we’re asked a lot is “What is a good GRE score?” In short: GRE scores range from 130 to 170 per section. The GRE max score is 340 (combined scores […]

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GRE Scores for Top Universities

Update: This post was updated in May 2018 to reflect US News & World Report‘s 2018 rankings! 🙂 Setting your sights on an Ivy League-level graduate education? Well, if you’re aiming for top universities, GRE scores are going to play a part in your acceptance. So where do you stand when it comes to the […]

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90 Day GRE Study Plan for Beginners

This schedule is different from the 3-month schedule provided within a premium Clemmonsdogpark GRE account. We recently added those schedules within Clemmonsdogpark; they’re modified to use only Clemmonsdogpark material and have a slightly different order of assignments. If you have Clemmonsdogpark already, you can simply use the schedule on your Dashboard to study—don’t worry about […]

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4 Study Methods from Kindergarten To Bring Back in Grad School

If you’re considering grad school, you might be overwhelmed by all of the preparation required. While you may think you’ve mastered your study habits, you may find that a highly-competitive academic environment requires you to reinvent your study skills. The good news: You probably learned all the study skills you need already… in kindergarten! While […]

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Writing About Resilience in the Face of Failure

Essay questions dealing with failure, risk, mistakes, and difficult interactions or conflict often cause applicants to cringe, squirm, and bite their nails. After all, like all of our clients, you want to show yourself succeeding and conquering the world in your essays and personal statements, not falling down. But there’s a reason why these questions […]

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5 Tips for Acceptance to a Physician Assistant Program

Over the years, I’ve helped many students get accepted into Physician Assistant (PA) Programs across the country. To apply to PA programs, you will use the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA). To help you send in an application that effectively presents your qualifications, I’m including five tips below to ensure that you, too, […]

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Approaching the Diversity Essay Question

Many applications now have a question, sometimes optional, encouraging people with minority backgrounds, unusual educational histories, or unusual family histories to write about their background. How Are YOU Diverse? First the easy answer: If you are an immigrant to the US, the child of immigrants, or someone whose ethnicity is considered a minority in the […]

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