Graduate Admissions Tests

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Graduate Tests (GRE, GMAT, LSAT) are serviced solely through private tutoring. A comprehensive pre-test will be provided to determine strengths and weaknesses within the relevant test. Any or all sections of the respective exam can then be discussed and dissected according to identified need. 

Graduate Admissions Tests

Graduate Records Examination (GRE)

The GRE has three sections: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. In order to maximize GRE performance, test takers must consider the following points …

 Analytical Writing:


What is the difference between

​an “Issue” essay and an “Argument” essay?


Should there be a difference in approach? And, if so, what is the optimal approach for each essay?



 Verbal Reasoning:


What types of questions are included in the Verbal Reasoning Section?


What is the optimal approach for each type of question?



 Quantitative Reasoning:


What mathematical content is included?


How much math should I be prepared to do?


What is Quantitative Comparison and how should I approach it?

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)

 The GMAT has four sections: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. In order to maximize GMAT performance, test takers must consider the following points …

Analytical Writing:

What is an “Argument” essay?

What is the optimal approach for this type of essay?

Verbal Reasoning:

What types of questions are included in the Verbal Reasoning Section?

What is the optimal approach for each type of question?

How can I maximize the use of my time on this section?

 Integrated Reasoning:

What exactly is integrated reasoning and how should I approach it?

 Quantitative Reasoning:

What mathematical content is included?
How much math should I be prepared to do?

What is “Data Sufficiency” and how should I approach it?

Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)

The LSAT has five sections: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Variable, and a Writing Sample. In order to maximize LSAT performance, test takers must consider the following points …

 Reading Comprehension:

How can I maximize my effectiveness in the reading comprehension section without completely burning myself out?

Analytical Reasoning:

How important are “logic games” anyway?

How can I successfully attack the logic games section?

 Logical Reasoning:

Is there a structure to the logical reasoning section that I can exploit?

 Variable:

What is the “variable section”?
Does it count?

How can I tell which one it is?

 Writing Sample:

What type of topics are used for the writing sample?

How does the writing sample affect my score?

How can I make my writing sample the BEST it can be?