Looking Around Moles: A GRE Verbal Strategy

“There’s a bloody _________ winking me in the face!” outbursted Austin Powers in Goldmember, when he first met the Mole. This article covers three types of moles: moles in sentence/text completion, moles in reading comprehension, and moles in quantitative reasoning. Hopefully, none are cancerous. MOLES IN SENTENCE EQUIVALENCE AND TEXT COMPLETION When you're new to … Continue reading Looking Around Moles: A GRE Verbal Strategy

Will Meditation Improve Your Scores?

My answer is maybe. Training your mind to be clear of all thought or to be open and perceptive of its external environment might help with mental willpower, and this might help develop the keen focus you must have to perform on standardized tests. The ability to direct one's focus is a crucial skill for test-takers. … Continue reading Will Meditation Improve Your Scores?