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GRE Essay Writing Tasks: How to Use your Time

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Effectively make use of the given time for the GRE Analytical Writing Assessment. Implement the below strategies to increase your chances of attaining high GRE AWA scores and improving your overall writing abilities.

Finding the Right Time to Take the GRE

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Deciding when to take an exam can be a difficult process for something with as much importance behind it as the GRE. Since the GRE is so widely accepted and offered year-round, there are a plethora of options available. This article aims to offer advice on optimal timings to sit for the GRE that will give you a competitive edge.

Six Helpful Tips for Properly Preparing for the GRE

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Standardized tests are similar in many ways and there are certain strategies that can be applied to almost all of them, GRE included. If you are looking for the most efficient and effective methods of preparing for an exam of this magnitude, then take a look at these tips and see if you can apply them to your own GRE preparation process.