Archive for December, 2010

GRE: On Prime Factorization and Numerical Scale

Closing out 2010 and – incidentally – the first season of the Veritas Blog’s GRE Series, class-leader Kyle T. returns to Math and discusses the benefits of two specific numerical strategies on the GRE: prime factorization and numerical scale.

Rejoin us in the new year for all new posts, not only in the GRE Series but also in debuting series on College-Admissions, Statistics, and the MCAT. Happy 2011, all!

Warmly yours,

The Veritas Team

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By admin | Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 | 1 Comment »

GRE: On Antonyms

From Analogies to Antonyms, this week Veritas’ GRE class-leader Kyle T. outlines the best strategies for approaching GRE Antonym questions and GRE Verbal overall. Drawing on his background in linguistic psychology, Kyle provides unique and valuable tools to GRE-preparers who may often find themselves daunted by the challenging and unusual words tested on the exam. Why are so many “sn-” words nose-related anyway? Stay tuned.

Happy holidays!

The Veritas Team

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By admin | Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 | No Comments »

GRE: On Analogies

Veritas Tutor Kyle T. covers the ins and outs of GRE Analogy questions this week, in this ninth post in our on-going GRE series.

By admin | Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 | No Comments »

GRE: On Verbal

As promised, this eight post in the Veritas Blog’s GRE series addresses the Verbal part of the exam for test-takers. In the videos embedded below from the Veritas Tutors’ YouTube channel, GRE tutor Kyle T. introduces the best general strategies for approaching the Verbal sections and explains why it is so important to remain precise and objective in responding to those sections’ questions.

For more content on the GRE exam and specifically on GRE Verbal, check out the Veritas YouTube channel or stay tuned: Additional posts with specific strategies for Verbal, as well as sample questions on which these strategies are employed, are soon to come.

Happy prepping!

The Veritas Team

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By admin | Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 | No Comments »
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