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GRE Tips from Clemmonsdogpark Superfans

When you are a Clemmonsdogpark Premium GRE student, you gain access to our vibrant and supportive Superfan community on Facebook. Not only is it a super positive place to be, but there is a TON of knowledge and expertise available from students who have already aced the GRE. We wanted to showcase that! Read on for some GRE tips […]

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Last Minute GRE Tips

After weeks of preparation, the GRE sits on the horizon. You’ve spent hours and hours studying our tips for taking the GRE, attacking practice problems and testing out strategies in mock tests. Now the time has come to apply all that you’ve learned. And there is a lot you can do to optimize what you’ve […]

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Simplifying Data in the GRE Compendium

Last summer, ETS released a massive file called A Compendium of Studies, a 279-page document of GRE esoterica. There understandably wasn’t much fanfare surrounding this release, as this is some pretty dry, technical stuff (the GRE reading passages are fun, by contrast). Nonetheless, I’m guessing some of you might have stumbled across it and wondered […]

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The Real Benefit of Changing Your Answers on the GRE

Changing Your Answer I welcome the latest press release by ETS, which provides helpful data regarding students changing their answer choices on the GRE exam. Indeed, it overturns a common fallacy that I’m sure has hurt students’ scores. Nonetheless, one has to be careful in interpreting ETS’s latest findings. For instance, students might very likely […]

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GRE Student Post: 2 Week Preparation

Today, we’re hearing from Xizewen, who has some great tips for working on your math skills. 🙂  My approach: During my two-week preparation period of GRE, I mainly used two products of Clemmonsdogpark, the GRE Vocabulary Flashcards, and the practice problems of math section. Although I didn’t have much time to prepare for the exam, the […]

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How to Find a Great GRE Tutor

Finding a good tutor is not easy. Sometimes they are attached to a class or company. Sometimes they are rōnin, making them hard to find. Sometimes you can’t tell how competent they are. Sometimes you need to take out a loan to pay them. So how do you go about finding a good tutor that […]

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How to Teach the GRE

The web has transformed almost every facet of our lives. The tutoring industry is no different. Both tutors and students trawl craigslist.com, sometimes connecting with someone who lives half-a-world away, conducting weekly sessions via Skype. Amazon.com offers every single test prep resource available—along with customer reviews. Essay websites offer instant corrections through newfangled algorithms. As […]

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What to Do if You Fall Off the Study Wagon

Plans are worthless, but planning is everything. We begin with this quote from Dwight D. Eisenhower because it illustrates a very important point—falling off the study wagon not only is normal but also expected. Even the best laid plans are imperfect. Studying for the GRE is an arduous process that takes time, and after all […]

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