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How do I get a good GRE score for graduate school?

This post originally published on the 21st Night blog. 21st Night is a tool I developed to help students keep track of their progress and consistently improve on their exams, including the GRE. Ah, grad school. If you have aspirations of getting into graduate school, we know how daunting the application process can be. A […]

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What company has the best GRE tutors? Let’s look at reviews!

Trevor Klee, Tutor GRE tutoring reviews Well, of course, I have to throw our hat in the ring. People love our GRE tutoring, and who can blame them? We have a deep knowledge of the exams we teach, and that depth is matched only by the amount that we care about our clients’ success. That’s […]

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Which company has the best GMAT tutors? Let’s look at reviews.

Is tutoring with Trevor Klee, Tutor worth it? Reviews. Not to sound like we have a swelled head, but our GMAT tutoring gets fantastic reviews. We are really, really good at helping people with the GMAT. We have 5 stars on Google, 5 stars on Yelp, and a heap of glowing testimonials. Most of our […]

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How to study for the LSAT according to Reddit r/LSAT

This post is a compilation of the advice from success stories I’ve gathered from r/LSAT. 1. If you work full-time, expect to work like 3 hours every day after work. 2. Drilling and reviewing questions is incredibly important. 3. For logic games, 7Sage‘s strategies are helpful, but you have to be willing to be flexible. […]

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How I went from 152 to 176 in 2 months working full time! Reddit LSAT debrief.

Summary He studies 3 hours every day no matter what, even though he works full-time. He loves the LSAT Trainer and the Logic Games bible. Reading it and doing the exercises helped him a lot. For LG, his most controversial thing is that he skips questions and comes back to them (doesn’t seem crazy to […]

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Grinding from a 155 to a 172: an r/LSAT success story

Summary Studied for 6 months, and studied each section sequentially. First, he tackled the logic games with 7Sage. He found their method too extreme, so he ultimately developed a hybrid style and focused on being fast, adaptable, and accurate. Then, he tackled logical reasoning with the LSAT Trainer. He found taking notes on the LSAT […]

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How I went from a 161 to a 175 with extended time: a Reddit LSAT success story

Summary 161 on May 31 diagnostic, 175 on September LSAT. He studied full-time for 2 weeks, then had a full-time internship after that, so could only work 3-4 hours per day. He has narcolepsy, so gets 1.5x time on the test. He took the Testmaster’s online course, which he appreciated for the structure, as he’s […]

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149 to 170 working full time: a Reddit LSAT success story

Summary Took the guy 2 years, 4+ LSATs, and $3500. He was working full-time and taking some online college courses, so he had a busy schedule. He was a big fan of using 7Sage analytics, drilling questions, and reviewing explanations from 7Sage to get better. He also thought the “fundamentals” approach of Manhattan LR and […]

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How to prepare for the GRE according to Reddit

This is a compilation of summaries from my Reddit GRE posts. How to prepare for GRE quant 1. “Use ETS math review. Do the Magoosh questions, and took notes on the explanations. Also use the official ETS materials and the Official Guide to the GMAT. Take all the practice tests.” 2.  “Use the detailed Manhattan […]

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From 162Q/157V to 167Q/166V: r/GRE success story

Summary The guy is a non-native English speaker who took about 3 months to study for the exam. He worked full time, and so could only study 2 hours a day. For quant: he found ETS math review helpful. He did the Magoosh questions, then took notes on the explanations. He was also a fan […]

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