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    Hello everyone!

    In case you weren’t aware, ETS, the organization behind the GRE test, issued a press release yesterday announcing that approximately 25% of GRE test takers will take the test a second time and most of those who retake it improve their score. The word “most” was broken down to explain that nearly 60% of those who took it a second time improved their verbal reasoning score and over 60% boosted their quantitative reasoning score.

    This is good news if you have already taken the GRE and are unhappy with your current score. Of course, our advice is to still try and take the test just once if possible.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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    Jeff Davies
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    Ask your parents how the standardized test administrators used to claim you couldn’t study for these tests.

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    Beth Juniata
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    lol Jeff so true

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