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How can a tutor assist you in conquering GRE?

The Graduate Record Examination, otherwise known as the GRE, is a standardized exam that you may need to take to get into the graduate school of your choice. The GRE measures your abilities in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. If you want to pursue your preferred graduate school, you may need to do well on this exam. St. Louis, Missouri, GRE tutoring can be a great resource to help you prepare for exam day.

The GRE can take up to three hours and 45 minutes to complete, and your score is valid for up to five years. The exam consists of six sections and can be taken on the computer year-round. The analytical writing section has two thirty-minute tasks and is always the first section the test taker receives. Then, there are two verbal reasoning sections that are a half an hour a piece. There is also one unscored section, which is typically a quantitative or verbal reasoning section. It can come at any point in the exam. Finally, there may also be a research portion that is not scored but instead used as an experiment by the exam makers to test random abilities of students. St. Louis GRE tutors can help you study efficiently for each part of the exam.

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GRE Tutoring review by Steven in St. Louis, MO
The student and I met for our first session of tutoring. In this session we went over some more basic skills including averages and number properties. The student was able to apply the concepts to solve many problems.
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GRE Tutoring review by Matthew in St. Louis, MO
We began by reviewing his homework on exponents. Following this, we discussed radicals, and worked through a series of problems of this type. Then, we began working on the word problems in chapter 17 of the book.
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GRE Tutoring review by Benjamin in St. Louis, MO
Today was our final session for the student. I asked him to bring two to three particular areas that he felt needed extra work, after completing a practice exam, which he did. So we spent the first 30 minutes covering geometry, focusing on the different equations for area/surface area/perimeter for the major shapes that will be asked on the test. We then moved into Sentence Equivalence and Reading Comprehension. Our first move was to cover some fundamentals in the area, but then we moved into working through a practice exam in Verbal so that he could get real questions from actual tests to work on. I did not interfere, so that we could leave the session with an estimate score for him. Greatly improved. He also left quite confident about the test, the most confident that I've seen him.
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GRE Tutoring review by Kendra in St. Louis, MO
Today I began by reading over the student's analysis of a practice argument. I found that her analytical approach to argument critique has greatly improved, especially her ability to identify relevant assumptions and pose cogent questions as to how the veracity of these assumptions would affect the argument. We then moved on to continue practice for the Quantitative Reasoning section. Today we focused on the problem-solving category, stressing how there is usually an easier way to solve the problem than it may first appear if one takes the question at face value. I asked her to continue practicing identifying the premises and assumptions of arguments for the analysis section and to try to complete a set of 10 problem-solving practice questions before our next session.
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GRE Tutoring review by Aaronson in St. Louis, MO
Today we reviewed verbal and math problem sets that were assigned. The student created a schedule for studying and preparing for the SAT for the next two weeks and we identified areas of strength and areas of improvement. I encouraged her to email me if she had any further questions.
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GRE Tutoring review by Sonya in St. Louis, MO
Today, we started with an overview of the essays. He has done a lot of prep work for both essays, but he is still having some trouble with the "analyze an argument" task. We did pre-writing for two different prompts and discovered that we need to work on choosing evidence. We worked on his approach and he seems much more comfortable now. We also did a review of combinations and permutations, and now he should know what to do if faced with a variety of tough probability questions. Lastly, we continued to work math problems from the practice test, examining some data and statistics problems. He is doing a practice test this weekend and we will work from there.
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