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GRE Subject Tests Cancelled Until 2021

Given the continued global impact on test centers from the coronavirus pandemic, ETS has announced that the GRE Subject Tests administrations scheduled for September 12 and October 17, 2020, have been cancelled. Health concerns and local COVID-19 restrictions are preventing many institutions that have hosted paper-based GRE Subject Test administrations in the past from being […]

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More Details about the At Home GRE

I just got off a webinar with ETS where they shared some additional details about the new at-home GRE testing option, and I wanted to pass them along right away. Matthew Bashi-Kadlubowski, Associate Director of Global Client Relations at ETS, delivered the following information. About the At Home GRE As you probably know by now, the […]

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Amid COVID-19, Take the GRE from Home (UPDATED)

To meet the needs of students who are unable to take the GRE® General Test at a test center due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, ETS is temporarily offering a GRE General Test at-home option in selected areas. As of April 3, 2020, the at-home GRE is being offered worldwide (with the exception of mainland […]

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Top GRE Verbal Strategies for ESL Students {Webinar}

Are you struggling with the GRE because English isn’t your first language? We’ve got you covered! Join us on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 1:00pm Eastern as the Ross School of Veterinary Medicine hosts a free webinar on the “Top GRE Verbal Strategies for Non-Native English Speakers.” Learn more and reserve your spot here: In […]

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Maximizing the Impact of Your Grad School Application

Congratulations on deciding to apply to grad school! You’re entering a very exciting, but tense, period of your life. You’ve done your research and know which schools you want to apply to – and what your dream program is. Your application is the adcom’s window into how well you will fit in and succeed at […]

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{LIVE Webinar 9.19.19} Your 5-Part Framework for a Successful Grad School Application

The GRE is only part of the admissions puzzle. It’s an important part to be sure, but the other components of your application could be the difference between you getting accepted to your target school(s) and not.  So what are the components of a successful graduate school application and how can you put your best […]

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DTG Recognized as a Top 15 GRE Blog for 2019

Well that’s a nice honor! Feedspot has listed this Dominate the GRE blog as one of the Top 15 GRE blogs to follow in 2019, based on the following criteria: Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consistency of posts Feedspot’s editorial team […]

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ETS Increases GRE Financial Aid for Qualifying Test Takers

Reducing Barriers: Changes to the GRE® Fee Reduction Program As a nonprofit organization, ETS provides the GRE® Fee Reduction Program to help ensure that the cost of taking a GRE® test is not a barrier to graduate study. GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers are available for individuals who can demonstrate financial need, for those who are […]

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GRE Quantitative Comparison Strategy: Manipulate the Quantities

There’s no doubt that GRE quantitative comparison questions present a unique way of thinking about math. For most students, they’ve never had to answer questions like this before. As such, QC’s can take some getting used to — and indeed, it’s easy to make careless errors or overlook common traps the test makers like to […]

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5 Habits that will Result in Success on the GRE

The current state of our lives are in large part a reflection of our daily habits, whether good or bad. Good habits produce favorable results; bad habits lead to undesirable outcomes. So too with your preparation for the GRE. When it comes to studying for the GRE, how are your habits? Do you even have […]

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