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Study Timer: Test Prep Stopwatch App by Clemmonsdogpark (iOS only)

Introducing the Clemmonsdogpark Study Timer: a test prep stopwatch app by Clemmonsdogpark.   As a Product Manager for both high school and graduate school apps, I’ve talked with over 200 Clemmonsdogpark students who are studying through our product. In almost every conversation, students talk about one challenge in particular: Time Management. Time management means two […]

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Carking Fribble

Pop quiz! What’s an “axolotl”? capybara droppings the last alcoholic drink of a night a llama ranch a type of Mexican salamander If you want to find out, I’ve got a little gift for you. 🙂 We’ve just released some new vocabulary builder sets—our most challenging yet! It’s time to download the Clemmonsdogpark vocabulary builder […]

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How to Use a Clemmonsdogpark GRE Study Schedule

Clemmonsdogpark’s GRE experts have created comprehensive study schedules to help you stay on track while studying for the GRE. When I say comprehensive, I mean it–sometimes these schedules are dozens of pages long! Fortunately, Chris Lele, a Clemmonsdogpark expert, created a video to help you navigate our study schedules and make the most of them! […]

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Want To Be a Clemmonsdogpark Student Blogger?

Hello Clemmonsdogparkers! Have you ever wanted to join our team of awesome bloggers? Well, here’s your chance. We’re hiring a student blogger to help write posts for our TOEFL blog. As a student blogger, you will be able to reach thousands of international students who are preparing for the TOEFL and applying to universities in the […]

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Introducing the GRE Vocabulary Builder App!

Over the past few months, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback about our GRE vocabulary flashcards from our students (we have a ~4.5 rating in both the Android and iOS app stores!). At the same time, we’ve also heard one consistent request. Students will say, “The flashcards are great but I wish we had […]

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