Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hi there! Today we are going to spend some light on GRE Antonyms – seemingly one of the most puzzling and baffling section on the GRE. The good news is that for those who are planning to appear for their GRE on or after August 1, 2011, there would be […]

GRE Antonyms

Bishop of the UCF said the GRE changes will force students preparing to graduate to rely less on memorization and more on reading, reasoning and analyzing. According to the College of Graduate Studies for the 2010 school year, there were more than 12,000 applicants to UCF’s graduate school. Of these applicants, […]

New GRE Improvement Underway

Thomas Friedman writes in The New York Times: We need teachers and principals who are paid better for better performance, but also valued for their long hours and dedication to students and learning. We need better parents ready to hold their kids to higher standards of academic achievement. We need […]

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