GRE vs LSAT: Which Should You Take?

GRE vs LSAT

Updated December 2, 2018 This fall semester, Harvard Law School opened its doors to the first class of students who did not have to take the LSAT in order to be admitted. They are now among a couple dozen schools that now accept GRE scores as an alternative to the traditional LSAT. With more prestigious […]

What Is a Good GRE Score? – 2019 Ultimate Guide

When do I find out my gre score?

Updated November 13, 2018 The GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) is a series of 3 standardized tests that are used as a significant factor in a graduate school’s decision to admit or reject an applicant. The three tests include the verbal, quantitative reasoning, and writing tests–each of which provides your desired school with a generalized picture […]

GRE vs. GMAT – 2019 Ultimate Guide

Updated 11/14/18 Most graduate schools require students to take an entrance exam as part of the application. The GRE and GMAT are considered good predictors of an individual’s performance in graduate school, and many admissions committees weigh these scores heavily when making their decisions.  In 2016, 584,677 people took the GRE (ETS 2016) and 261,248 […]