GRE Question of the Day (July 9)

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Verbal A ten-year comparison between the United States and the Soviet Union in terms of crop yields per acre revealed that when only planted acreage is compared, Soviet yields were equal to 68 percent of United States yields. When total agricultural acreage (planted acreage plus fallow...

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Everything Graduate Applicants Need to Know About the Curriculum Vitae (CV)

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If you’re applying to an academic graduate program (MA, PhD), no doubt you’ll be asked to submit a CV or resume. While “resume” is the term most often used in common parlance, there is a huge difference between CVs and resumes, and there are important...

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GRE Question of the Day (July 8)

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Math y=2x2+7x−3y=2x2+7x−3 Quantity A Quantity B xx yy A)The quantity in Column A is greater.B)The quantity in Column B is greater.C)The two quantities are equal.D)The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.   Correct Answer - D - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) Question Discussion & Explanation

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The “Sizzle Factor”: 5 Tips for Writing PsyD Personal Statements

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“What should I include?” “How do I start?” “What will impress the faculty committee?” “Is it okay to brag about my accomplishments?” These are the most common questions asked by PsyD applicants about their application essay. The fact that different programs refer to the essay as a “Personal Statement,”...

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Use These 5 Questions to Conduct a Draft Analysis of Your Scholarship Essay

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Most students do not realize that the process of writing a personal essay for scholarships is more than just a chance to tell stories. It is an opportunity to write a very specific form of argumentation or persuasion. Of course, when it comes to writing about...

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GRE Question of the Day (July 5)

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Math If it were discovered that the value of imports shown for 2007 was incorrect and should have been $5 billion instead, then the average (arithmetic mean)value of imports per year for the 10 years shown would have been approximately how much less? A $200 millionB...

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Happy 4th of July!

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For 25 years, Accepted has helped applicants gain acceptance to top undergraduate and graduate programs. Our expert team of admissions consultants features former admissions directors, PhDs, and professional writers who have advised clients to acceptance at top programs worldwide including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Princeton,...

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GRE Question of the Day (July 4)

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Verbal Human nature and long distances have made exceeding the speed limit a (i)_________ in the state, so the legislators surprised no one when, acceding to public demand, they (ii)_________ increased penalties for speeding.     A) controversial habit D) endorsed B) cherished tradition E) considered C) disquieting ritual F) rejected Correct Answer - B...

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Fully-Funded PhD Program at Harvard University: How I Got In

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Harvard is one of those places that people often talk about with admiration but rarely as an aspiration. “Could I ever get into Harvard?” is usually a question asked with a great deal of doubt and trepidation. However, thousands have graduated from Harvard over its...

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GRE Question of the Day (July 3)

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Math The penguins currently living on an island are of two types, Chinstrap penguins and Gentoo penguins. The range of the heights of the Chinstrap penguins on the island is 13.2 centimeters, and the range of the heights of the Gentoo penguins on the island...

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