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If you need to work while in grad school, start by finding out how much flexibility the program affords. Carrying two classes per semester instead of four can make balancing work and study possible. However, part-time programs can take quite a long time to complete.
Americans with a graduate degree earn an average of 35-50% more than those with just a bachelor’s degree.* But money is not the only reason to pursue a graduate degree. So, when weighing whether to attend grad school, what factors hold the most weight for you?
The last time we looked at a short verbal problem, it was of the “ridiculously, stupidly difficult” variety. You might find it interesting to see how the GRE test makers use challenging vocabulary, but on a medium-difficulty problem. Here’s a two-blank sentence completion we cover in our GRE Bootcamp event:
I love the month of March for a lot of reasons – not only is the weather finally becoming warmer as winter thaws away, but I also get to remind you all of Kaplan’s spring “Try Us For Free” event series!
In a recent entry, I demonstrated how to put together a “map” for reading comp passages that will allow you to answer questions and get points. Passage-mapping is a crucial part of reading comp success, so I wanted to discuss some additional best practices you can use to ensure that your map is as effective as possible while studying and testing for the GRE: