Articles tagged "GRE Practice Tests"

Our GRE Practice Tests Are Now Only $10!

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Manhattan Prep GRE Blog - Our GRE Practice Tests Are Now Only $10! by Manhattan Prep

Are you prepping for the GRE? Thinking of taking the GRE? Considering purchasing practice tests to help you study? Well, this news is going to blow your mind—our bundle of six GRE practice tests (normally $39) has now been discounted to just $10! Read more

Analyzing Your GRE Practice Tests, Part 4

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Welcome to part 4 of the article series on analyzing your GRE practice tests. As we discussed in the first, second, and third parts of this series, we’re basing the discussion on the metrics that are given in Manhattan Prep tests, but you can extrapolate to other tests that give you similar performance data. If you haven’t already read those, do so before you continue with this final part. Read more

Analyzing Your GRE Practice Tests, Part 3

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gre analysisDid you know that you can attend the first session of any of our online or in-person GMAT courses absolutely free? We’re not kidding! Check out our upcoming courses here.


Welcome to part 3 of the article series on analyzing your GRE practice tests. As we discussed in the first and second parts of this series, we’re basing the discussion on the metrics that are given in Manhattan Prep tests, but you can extrapolate to other tests that give you similar performance data. If you haven’t already read those, do so before you continue with this third part. Read more

Analyzing Your GRE Practice Tests, Part 2

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Welcome to part 2 of the process for analyzing your GRE practice tests. As we discussed in the first part of this series, we’re basing the discussion on the metrics that are given in Manhattan Prep tests, but you can extrapolate to other tests that give you similar performance data.

Last time, we discussed how to assess the data provided in the “question list”—the list that shows the questions you received and how you performed on each one. This week, we’re going to interpret the analysis given in the Assessment Reports. Read more

Analyzing Your GRE Practice Tests, Part 1

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measure your brain

The purpose of taking practice tests is two-fold:

(1) You’re testing yourself to see whether you’ve learned what you have been trying to learn.

(2) You’re diagnosing your strengths and weaknesses so that you can build a study plan going forward. Read more

Stop Taking So Many Practice Tests!

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Manhattan Prep GRE Blog - Stop Taking So Many Practice Tests! By Stacey Koprince Did you know that you can attend the first session of any of our online or in-person GRE courses absolutely free? We’re not kidding! Check out our upcoming courses here.


Let’s talk about the Do’s and Don’ts to get the most out of your practice tests.

Know WHY You Take Practice Tests

Practice tests are very useful for three things:

(1) Figuring out your current scoring level (assuming you took the test under official conditions)

(2) Practicing stamina and/or timing

(3) Analyzing your strengths and weaknesses

The third one on the list is the MOST important—that’s how we actually get better at this test!

Practice tests do not help us to improve while taking the test. If you have been training to run a marathon, you don’t learn how to get better while you’re running the marathon itself; you’re just trying to survive. 😊 Rather, you learn how to improve in between races while doing all kinds of training activities and analyzing your performance. Read more