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  1. Hi, I am new to this community and I need your suggestions for my FPGEE preparation. I am starting my preparation, so I would like to know what are the best resources that can help me to plan strategically for the exam. I don't have much time left so anyone who has taken FPGEE earlier or willing to take this year please help me how to study or what resources I have to look for. It would be a great help to a fellow pharmacist.
  2. Essay topics: Government funding for pure science endeavors, such as space exploration, should be reduced in order to direct more funding towards humanitarian science projects. Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim. In developing and supporting your position, be sure to consider specific instances for which this statement may or may not be true. Over the last century we as humans have witnessed a phenomenal advancement in the space exploration sector. New private companies such as SpaceX and Blue Origin have pledged to take humans to planet Mars for the first time. NASA, which is an independent space agency of the United States has a budget of approximately $2 bilion dollars annually. It is difficult to account for the direct impact space exploration has caused on the socity as a whole. Space exploration has helped us in making various scientific discoveries and in providing a better understanding of the functions of our cosmos. The question is whether is it worth spending so much to see space as venue for futhure scientific discoveries rather than directing such funds towards humanitarian science projetcs? Humanity’s imagination and curiosity is one of the biggest factor which has lead us to explore the space frontiers and solve one of our basic questions, who are we? Space explorartion has played a big role in proving few answers to our existential questions. Humans are still at the rudimentary stage in exploring our unimginably vast universe. Our home, which is planet Earth has only a limited amount of resources which is depleting at an unprecedented rate. There will come a time when we have used up all our resources and will not be able to provide basic necessities to our growing population. The only way to meet these demands is if we have mastered and made space travel cheaper. Humans will then be able to extract resources from other planets or their moons. With the help of space exploration we humans can find and colonize different planets in case of a natural catastrophe. Technology and communication play vital roles in our society. Today, within seconds we can locate malls or restaurants near us and send instant messages or share funny cat videos. Its because we humans have a good understanding of the Earth’s orbit we can launch satellites which is a great contributor to our existing fast communication system. Another major benefit derived from space exploration is that it helps us to detect any harmful radiation from explosion of stars near our solar system coming towards us. On the other hand, there are other fileds in science which requires immediate attention, such as finding cheaper ways to produce clean energy and redefining agriculture. Solving these issues will have an immediate and a direct impact on the society. Advancement in renewable energy will help us tackling climate change and will eradicate the need for resources from other celestial bodies. Given that there are limited funds priorities have to be determined. From a broader perspective and for the protection of the human race it is necessary to divert most of the funds to development of space travel and exploration.
  3. Hi, Anyone about to take Texas Mpje or just took it. What study guides/ resources do you have? Thanks
  4. I am wondering if there are many intersections in research between urban economics and macroeconomics. Can you provide papers/ resources? Thanks!
  5. Hello, I did my graduation in Physics. Now i am going to try for subject GRE test. But i do not know about the resources to get prepared for the test. Please provide me necessary resources to follow and some guidelines in order to prepare myself fully. Thank you.
  6. What are some resources every Phd student in Finance should know?
  7. Hey , For scoring above 335, what are the efficient resources for RC/Verbal to practise?
  8. Hello All, To being a short introduction: I come from a quantitative background, and am applying to Ph.D. and Masters programs in a few fields of interest. In December of 2010 I took the GRE cold turkey(in other words I did not ever open a prep book, had no idea that you could not use a calculator on the GRE, and was not even aware of the "test format"--never heard of quantitative comparisons) needless to say my scores were dismal at 730 Quant, 540 Verbal, and 4.5 Writing. I should have cancelled the scores, but I was reluctant due to the prohibitively high cost of the exam and sheer indifference at that time. Nonetheless I am starting anew, and have begun studying for the GRE over the past two weeks. I feel overwhelmed with the amount of resources at hand: Vocabulary: TPR Word Smart for the GRE, and Barron's Essential Words for the GRE. General: PowerPrep, 800 Scores, Barrons, Kaplan, McGraw-Hill, Peterson's, and Dummies Guide. Verbal: BigBook(27 Real GRE tests) Quantitative: 1014 GRE Questions, and Barrons Math Workbook. I will be taking the GRE probably twice: at the end of June, and at the end of July. For the programs I am applying to the GRE cutoffs are 800 Quant, 600 Verbal, and 5 Writing. What most concerns me is the Quantitative section, as my arithmetic is in extreme desuetude(disuse) and I am prone to making careless errors, is that it is pretty much 800 or bust. Questions: 1. Which Vocabulary book is better WordSmart or Barrons? I am already on the P's in WordSmart, and Barron's Vocabulary book is arriving on Thursday. 2. At the end of the Peterson's book there is a section that many of the words on hot lists and even comprehensive vocabulary books may not be used as frequently as they once were, and that new words have come to supplant them. Can anyone confirm this? 3. At what level do I need to know the vocabulary in your opinion? Just a general sense of the word(i.e. synonym with a somewhat precise definition)? Or a very detailed definition? For instance sometimes I might forget in the definition that the action had to be done deliberately, or might confuse contempt/ridicule with criticize. Should these errors not be occurring? 4. What list of roots should I study? The ones in Barron's and WordSmart? Are they comprehensive enough? I printed a list of 500 roots/prefixes/suffixes from prefixsuffix.com, and am having quite some trouble memorizing them. Anyone have any tips for memorizing roots etc? 5. I am extremely prone to making silly/stupid/careless errors on both the Quant and Verbal parts of the exam. For instance calculation errors or accidentally missing a word or two in the hypothesis part of a quant problem. Or on the Verbal section, sometimes I accidentally pick the synonym, or on the analogies I might no read all the answers. Would practice remedy these careless errors? If not what would you suggest? 6. What other quantitative section resources do you know of? 7. How many practice tests come on PowerPrep and 800score? (I have been unwilling to install them since I want to at least get the hang of the test before I start doing CAT practices, also I need to install Windows--only have ArchLinux right now.) 8. The GRE will not be changing one bit until August 1, 2011? Or have they modified the test a little bit already? 9. Should I learn basic grammar for the writing section? If so do you know of any resources that start from the ground up(as I have no idea what a predicate or preposition etc. is)? Thank You for your Assistance and Comments, 1500hopeful
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