The Ultimate GRE Vocab List

Below is a sample list of GRE® vocabulary words organized into categories and subcategories for easier memorization. Here are 700 free words for you. For a complete list of the top-2500 […]

Tackling the GRE Issue Essay: Types of Evidence

When you write essays for college or graduate school classes, you can fill your body paragraphs with quotations, statistics, and detailed descriptions of historical events. However, when you are writing […]

Tackling the GRE Issue Essay: Intro, Part II

If you feel that you’ve mastered the traditional approach to an introduction described in Part I, then maybe it’s time to try out some additional strategies for beginning your essay. […]

Tackling the GRE Issue Essay: Intro, Part I

You’ve probably found that when writing essays for college classes, coming up with the introduction can be one of the hardest parts of the writing process. If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent hours staring at a blank computer screen, waiting for inspiration to strike. Unfortunately, when writing GRE essays, you have minutes, not hours. The good news is that once you have the introduction written, you usually have a good sense of what your body paragraphs will contain, and then the essay virtually writes itself.