A Day in the Life at the University of Florida

A Day in the Life at the University of Florida

Mae earned her bachelor’s degree in Forest Resources and Conservation from the University of Florida. She specializes in science tutoring, study skills tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at the University of Florida: Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Mae: The University of Florida (or UF) is located at the heart of Gainesville, FL. It is home to 50,000+ students. The campus is as safe as a college campus can be. There are emergency phones located across campus, as well as emergency transportation if you find yourself out after dark and don’t feel safe walking hom ... Read More About A Day in the Life at the University of Florida

How is the GMAT Changing in 2017?

How is the GMAT Changing in 2017?

As of July 11, 2017, the GMAT’s "Select Section Order" feature is available to all test-takers. This change will allow students to decide among three GMAT section orders: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal (which is the original order) Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Assessment Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment All of the GMAT sections will otherwise remain the same—with the same time limits, types of questions, and optional breaks as in the past. The only difference is that you will be able to c ... Read More About How is the GMAT Changing in 2017?

4 Time Management Strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Section

4 Time Management Strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Section

The GMAT’s Integrated Reasoning section, which was introduced in 2012, consists of 12 complex questions that you must answer in only 30 minutes. It includes four question types: Graphics Interpretation, Multi-Source Reasoning, Table Analysis, and Two-Part Analysis. Each Integrated Reasoning problem requires you to analyze provided data, and to then answer multiple parts of the question correctly in order to receive credit. What are the best ways to process such a large amount of information from multiple sources in a brief period of time? Here are four time management strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning section: 1. Read the ... Read More About 4 Time Management Strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Section

What is it Like to Attend United States Military Academy?

What is it Like to Attend United States Military Academy?

Courteney earned her bachelor’s degree in Portuguese from the United States Military Academy. She specializes in English tutoring, study skills tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at the United States Military Academy: Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Courteney: The United States Military Academy (also known as West Point) is located on a military base, so the campus is extremely safe. All classes are within walking distance, and buses run to the athletic fields and the small shopping center on post. Unfortunately, students are not permitted to have cars on c ... Read More About What is it Like to Attend United States Military Academy?

What to Know About the SAT Literature Subject Test

What to Know About the SAT Literature Subject Test

Studying for SAT Subject Tests can occasionally seem quite daunting. However, if you’ve been a diligent high school student, you’ve already started your test prep—especially for the SAT Subject Test in Literature. The SAT Literature Subject Test reflects what you learn in your high school English classes. Need more information? Keep reading to find out what to know about the SAT Literature Subject Test. SAT Literature Subject Test basics You will have 60 minutes to complete around 60 multiple-choice questions. American and English literature comprise 90-100% of the selections on the exam, while the remaining 0-10% includes ... Read More About What to Know About the SAT Literature Subject Test

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