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  1. Hi! I do research at a university so I get tuition benefits for classes here, but I'm not allowed to count them towards a degree. I am planning to apply for an econ PhD in the next 2-3 years. Because I made a career shift after undergrad, I am missing the following classes: Real Analysis, Econometrics, Stochastic Processes in Statistics, and upper level Econ classes. I prefer to take these classes using my tuition benefits because it is much, much cheaper for me. However, I also want to have a strong application. Can anyone please advise me if it would look better on my application to go for a full masters in econ, even though it would be expensive? Thank you!
  2. shefa

    toefl prep

    Hi, I am Shefa, based in Maryland. If anyone is interested to do joint studies for toefl, please let me know.
  3. I created a multiplayer vocabulary quiz web application. It is live at grequiz.com. In this quiz, you challenge your opponent with a word and answer their challenge question. Whoever gets the highest score in a round of five wins the game. Check it out at grequiz.com. I would love your feedback.
  4. I created a multiplayer vocabulary quiz web application. It is live at grequiz.com. In this quiz, you challenge your opponent with a word and answer their challenge question. Whoever gets the highest score in a round of five wins the game. Check it out at grequiz.com. I would love your feedback.
  5. Hello everyone, My name is Rose, I'm a psychology major in the process of completing my final year of undergrad, and I have a couple of questions about both the general GRE and the psychology subject test. (Not content-wise, but rather registration and administration-wise.) The grad program I am getting ready to apply for requires scores from both tests, so I'm hoping that someone on here has taken both of the tests and could provide some insight for me. Here are my questions: When you register for the psych subject test, are you simultaneously registering for the general GRE as well, or just the subject test? I am just curious as I'm not sure if the GRE and the subject tests are administered in the same day, or if they are separate altogether in terms of payment, registration, and administration. Basically, I am just wondering if I have to register/pay for them and/or and take them at the same time, or if they are completely separate. My preference would obviously be to take them separately, so I can get the general GRE out of the way earlier and focus more on psych, but I can't tell from the website if they are supposed to be taken on the same date or not. With the $150 subject test fee, I wasn't sure if that included both tests, or if I had to pay an additional fee to take the general GRE either. Also, while I'm at it, does anyone have a particularly good test prep book (or other prep materials- for either test) to recommend, too? So far, I have been going through all of my notes for psychology, and using this nice set of GRE flashcards that I found on Brainscape to study for the subject test, and I've also been studying some GRE vocab words and refreshing my math skills a little for the general test. Although I have quite a bit of material to keep me occupied for now, I know I'm going to need some more resources if I want to perform well on these tests, but there are so many different GRE prep books and flashcard sets, etc (and some of them are so expensive) that I can't decide what to buy. If anyone who has taken both tests could provide some insight on any of these things for me, I would really appreciate it! :)
  6. Hey Everyone! So I've read a bunch about prep courses vs. prep books, but I'm wondering if anyone has found a good online option? I feel like with all the technology swirling around that there must be something!? Does anyone have recommendations or suggestions?
  7. Guys- I am new to the forum and also new to Gurgaon.. can anyone recommend a good coaching center..I was at princeton and they only have weekends (and they are expensive).. I checked with T.I.M.E and Jamboree and they dont have GRE classes available in Gurgaon.. I have a month here and would like to start some prep.. Any help is appreciated.. Thank YOU
  8. Took the GRE on Dec. 20th. Wish I had done better in the quants part, since I'm applying for grad school in Economics (MA or MSc) . The verbal score was quite a surprise, considering I'm not a native speaker, nor did I study as much as I did for the quant part. I started reviewing in Oct. 15, being somewhat productive some days while not at all productive the others. For the quant part, I did all of NOVA general prep exercises and Barron's quant. They are both good in particular areas. NOVA has a lot of exercises and an extensive coverage of GRE topics, however some of the exercises are way too lengthy in terms of calculations, which is not at all useful for GRE. On the other hand, Barron's is good at pointing out at some tricks and key facts that might help to find you the shortest way. For the verbal part , I only read through Barron's word list. At first I intended to learn most of it by hearth, but I couldn't bother, so I followed the advice by some members here and did some tests from the big book (maybe 6 or 7). This was good practice, since instead of learning individual words , it helped me "get the feeling" of groups of words. I didn't practice much for the AWA. Probably wrote 2 or 3 essays for each section. Hopefully will get a decent score. Finally I took 3 CATs from Kaplan's software and the 2 CAts by power prep. They are both good, and I would strongly suggest to allocate as much time as you can for practicing under timed conditions. The content of the test is not really difficult, but the psychological factor is crucial. All in all, I think allocating 3 months should be enough to ace the exam. It's important to get your hands on CAT trials, the sooner the better, especially for the q part. For the verbal, big book should be enough, especially if you have decent vocab to start with.
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