Trevor Klee, Tutor

Online and Boston-based GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT Prep.

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Should I go to graduate school to change my career? Crosspost from Reddit.

Note: see comments on my Reddit post about this topic. In my job as a guy who runs a graduate exam tutoring business, I field a lot of calls from people who want to go to graduate school. Sometimes, the people I field calls from know exactly what graduate school they want to go to. Sometimes, […]

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The Complete List of GRE Quant Topics

This list is taken from my GRE Quant Bible, which has the following information on each of the following topics: How to recognize the topic What to know about the topic Key takeaways Practice questions with detailed explanations If any of these topics seem unfamiliar, you should get the Quant Bible. It has all the […]

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Review of Khan Academy LSAT from Reddit

My perspective as a tutor As an LSAT tutor, I’m a big fan of Khan Academy LSAT. They’re the only source of free, official questions, answers, and explanations. I also love the way they divide up official questions into categories and sort them by difficulty, as that’s a really nice way to get more practice […]

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A collection of free ARE quizzes / mini practice exams

If you’re looking to test yourself on ARE 5.0 content, look no further! This is a collection of free quizzes on the ARE 5.0 content. Use these quizzes to reveal content gaps and see if you’re prepared to take the ARE! ARE Exam 1, Practice Management ARE Exam 2, Project Management ARE Exam 3, Programming […]

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The top ARE 5.0 study materials: books, courses, and practice exams for 2020

It’s entirely possible to study for the ARE 5.0 with just the references in the Handbook. But, that method can be not only time consuming, but really expensive. A better way is to pick some good study materials. But which one? That’s what I’m here to answer! Best ARE 5.0 Study Guides: the Guide for the […]

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Dispatches from Quarantine

I usually use this blog to only blog about strategies for the exams that I teach. However, these are some extraordinary times, and normal patterns do not hold. I took a midnight stroll last night through the streets of downtown Boston with my girlfriend. Shop after shop was closed. Some of them were officious, “By […]

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How I teach people

Most people teach the wrong way. Even though they spent a lot of high school and college being bored and unmotivated in class, when it comes time to teach, they simply imitate their high school and college teachers. This is a problem. Teaching is a fundamental part of not just the education industry, but every […]

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Is getting an MCAT tutor worth it? Reviews from Reddit.

As the owner of a tutoring company that does MCAT tutoring, you might expect me to say that MCAT tutoring is always worth it. I don’t think that’s the case, though. After all, many people do very well on the MCAT without any tutoring. Unlike other exams, those who do get tutoring on the MCAT […]

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It’s harder than ever before to get into med school

It’s always been difficult to become a doctor. Medicine is a high-prestige, high-pay profession, and, as a result, competition for spots in medical schools is fierce. Recently, however, many applicants have complained that it seems like it’s gotten even harder than yesteryear. As it turns out, they’re right. A recent analysis of medical school data […]

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LSAT video form submission

Thanks for requesting a free LSAT video! We’ll get back to you shortly. Click here to head back to the 176 LSAT page.

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