How to Master GRE Quantitative Comparison With Ease

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Hi there, I’m Corey, the GRE Quant Instructor at PrepScholar.

It never ceases to amaze me how much people assume that someone must be a perfect math student to get a great GRE score. Little do they know, there are lots of secrets, tricks, and tips that can help you score very well on the GRE. It’s just a matter of connecting with the right people or the right company to take your hand and guide you to success.

And this is the main reason why I joined PrepScholar’s GRE team. I met with Allen and Fred, alumni from Harvard and MIT who also believed that the test prep world was missing something important. And that was teaching people that they did not need to be a perfect student to achieve a great score on a standardized test. Instead, it was about smart preparation and finding ways to deconstruct and simplify questions so that they were easier to answer.

PrepScholar was founded in 2013 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The GRE instructors and test content writers achieved GRE scores in the top 1 percent on the test and we’re all very passionate about test prep and discovering novel ways to help our clients achieve MASSIVE score increases by targeting and improving their weakest skills.

In keeping with PrepScholar's tradition of bringing the test prep world the best test-taking strategies available, I'm holding an online workshop, Complete Mastery of GRE Quantitative Comparison.

We'll start with the basics of GRE Math's most elusive problem type, look at common traps and how you can wiggle your way past them, and go over some shortcuts to help you solve difficult questions in less than a minute!

You can join me either on:

  • Wednesday, December 20th at 1pm EST / 10am PST / 6pm GMT.
  • Friday, December 22nd at 1pm EST / 10am PST / 6pm GMT.

Give yourself a nice holiday gift of a great GRE score! Click here to reserve your spot for Complete Mastery of GRE Quantitative Comparison.

We don’t plan on doing these workshops often, so make sure you attend in person.

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