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5 Study Tips for GRE Success

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Over 700,000 people take the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) every year. The test is computer-based and the difficulty of the questions is based on your previous answers. The better you perform, the more difficult the questions become. This unusual method of testing makes it difficult for students who haven’t prepared to succeed. The GRE tests…

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Testing Out of High School

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Testing out of high school is a topic that more students are considering at some point during their careers, either through the GED or through a state level proficiency exam (ex. CHSPE). To address the important factors in this decision, Huffington Post held a discussion in their Huffpost Live format, and LA Tutors 123/Fortune Tutors’…

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5 Questions with Linda Abraham

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Started by Linda Abraham in the early 1990s, grew out of an editing service working with college students in West Los Angeles. Linda discovered she was repeatedly asked to edit personal statements for grad school. She realized that if she applied journalistic techniques to the personal statements she was editing, she could help applicants make their stories engaging,…

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About the SSAT

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Private high schools could be very selective, meaning they have many more prospective students applying than they have available slots. Also, because of the big differences between the various public and private elementary and middle schools, it’s very hard to judge students’ aptitudes and abilities based solely on their GPA. Therefore, many private high schools…

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