Not sure what to expect on GRE test day? What time should you arrive? What should you bring with you? What will it be like in the test center?
In this guide, we answer everything you need to know about the GRE test day. We’ll explain what you need to have ready before test day, how you should spend the morning before you leave for the test, how check-in will go at the test center, and last-minute GRE tips to keep in mind during the exam. When you know what to expect on the exam and the GRE test day tips you need to follow, you can stop worrying about test day and focus all your energy on doing well on the GRE.
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GRE vs SAT: sounds like an epic action movie, right? If you’ve taken the SAT and are currently preparing to take the GRE, you might be wondering how different (and how alike) these two exams really are. After all, both exams contain separate concentrations on reading, writing, and math. But does this mean the GRE is just a regurgitation of what’s on the SAT? Or is the GRE harder than the SAT?
Follow along in our GRE vs SAT guide as we take a look at the 13 key differences (and a few similarities!) between two of the most famous standardized tests. We’ll also investigate how difficult the GRE and SAT really are compared to each other, as well as whether or not your SAT scores can ultimately predict your GRE performance.
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SAT to GRE conversion: Is it possible? Sure, the two exams aren’t identical, but there’s no denying they’ve got a few similarities. Both the GRE and SAT test you on the same major skill sets: reading, writing, and math. But does this alone mean there’s a way for us to convert SAT scores to GRE scores? Is there any SAT-GRE correlation at all?
Read on as we investigate the complex relationship between SAT and GRE scores. In addition, we’ll show you how you can convert your SAT scores to GRE scores and vice versa using percentiles!
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Determining a study schedule isn’t the only preparation you’ll need to do before taking the GRE — you’ll also need to select a test center. But are there any differences among GRE test centers? What factors can ultimately help you decide where to take the GRE?
In this guide, we’ll cover all of the basics of GRE test centers, including where the exam is offered, how to look for test centers near you, and what factors to consider in order to determine the ideal test location for you.
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These days, GRE promo codes are abundant and can be used to purchase anything from prep courses to GRE books and study materials. But can you use a GRE promo code to get a discount on the test itself? After all, the GRE is a pretty pricey exam!
In this article, I’ll explain what a GRE promo code is, where to find these codes, and how you can use one with an online purchase. I’ll also give you step-by-step instructions on how to get a discount, or “fee reduction,” on the GRE test.
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It’s the night before the GRE and you’re trying to prepare for the test. You might be wondering what to bring to the GRE test center!
In this guide, we’ll go over the one thing you must bring to be able to take the test, as well as some other things you should bring, for both the computer and the paper-based GRE. We’ll also provide you with printable checklists to help you make sure you know what to take to the GRE exam.
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If you’ve been frantically Googling “how many questions are on the gre exam” and “gre number of questions,” you’re not alone.
In this straightforward, de-mystifying guide, we’ll lay out how many questions you can expect to see on the GRE. You’ll find out how many questions will be scored for your exam versus how many you will actually need to answer on test day. We’ll go over both the computer and the paper-based GRE, and discuss how many questions on the GRE matter for you in your efforts to get a particular score.
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You’re done with the GRE, done at last! Now all you need to do is send your score reports to the right schools, using the ETS code. But what is an ETS code, and why do you need it? I’ll go over both of these things, along with how to look up the ETS codes for the schools you’re applying to, in this article.
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Considering a master’s degree or a Ph.D. in physics? As part of your grad school application, you’ll likely need to take the Physics GRE — one of seven GRE subject tests. But what kind of physics is on the exam? And how can you guarantee you’ll get a high score?
In this ultimate guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know for the Physics GRE, including how the exam is scored and what kind of content it tests you on. We’ll also cover effective study strategies and give you our top test-taking tips for acing the Physics GRE!
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If you’re studying for the GRE, you likely know that it’s important to have a strong vocabulary before test day. GRE vocab quizzes are one of the best ways to learn new vocabulary words, and you may even have a bit of fun in the process!
GRE vocabulary quizzes have become increasingly popular recently, but some are higher-quality than others. It’s important to only take the best GRE vocab quizzes since low-quality quizzes won’t really help you prepare for the test.
In this guide, we explain everything vocab quizzes can and can’t help you with, what you should be looking for in a GRE vocab quiz, what the best seven GRE vocabulary quizzes are, and end with more resources to take your vocab prep to the next level.
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