Every year over 350,000 people take part in the Graduate Record Examinations(R), more commonly known as the GRE(R). Approximately 60 percent of graduate programs require applicants to take the GRE(R), making it necessary to get a good score to get into a good program. An average score on the GRE(R) is around 500 (out of 800) on both the verbal and quantitative sections and a 4 (out of 6) on the analytical writing section. How can you boost your score and ensure acceptance into the graduate program of your choice? Reading this book and using the techniques it details is one way to do so. The book is filled with practice questions and reviews of test topics including: antonyms, analogies, sentence completion, reading comprehension, vocabulary, analytical writing, quantitative comparisons, data interpretation, and math concepts. Additionally, the book provides you with a comprehensive vocabulary list. Some of the strategies you will learn include how to solve analogies when you do not know the meaning of the words and how to solve algebra problems by plugging in numbers in place of variables.
In this book, you will learn about and understand the scoring system, as well as the computerised format and the content. You will learn how to read questions correctly, control your anxiety, and approach each section. Finally, this book will present you with a list of resources to help you prepare and dozens of proven strategies, mindsets, and problem-solving methods.
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Author Biography - Angela Eward-Mangione
Angela received a bachelor s degree in English (American and British Literature), a graduate certificate in Comparative Literature/Interdisciplinary Studies, and a master s degree in Liberal Arts from a nationally recognized, research one university. She was also awarded a 6.0 the highest possible score and a 96th percentile ranking (nationwide) on the analytical writing section of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Previously, Angela served as a Guest Lecturer for the analytical writing section of the GRE at the University of South Florida s Continuing Education Division. She is currently a part-time instructor at a community college in Florida. Angela is also a writer and editor. She started in 2005 with only a dream, a vision, and a firm commitment. Since then, Angela has had articles published in local, regional, and national publications. She has also authored articles for various online media sources and has served as the managing editor for a regional health and wellness publication since 2005."