GRE Probability Workshop (July 24, 2018)

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Understanding probability isn't just important for improving your odds at the Blackjack table in Las Vegas. It's also important if you want a high GRE Quant score, as many of the more challenging questions you'll see on test day are probability-related.

Here's the good news. Almost every probability question you'll encounter on the GRE -- even the most advanced ones -- can be quickly solved using just a few key rules and strategies.

And here's the even better news. I'm going to teach them to you in the free workshop I'm hosting on Tuesday, July 24th at 8:30pm EST (5:30pm Pacific).

WHAT: Learn to Dominate Challenging GRE Probability Questions (Free Webinar)
DATE: Tuesday, July 24, 2018
TIME: 8:30pm Eastern Time U.S. (5:30pm Pacific)
WHO: Brett Ethridge, Lead GRE Instructor, Dominate Test Prep
Register: https://www.dominatetestprep.com/p/probability-webinar-gre-7-24-18

Specifically, here's what I'm going to be covering in this content-packed webinar:

  • Understanding the foundational...
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Reading Comprehension Webinar for GMAT & GRE (Dec. 12, 2017)

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I have a confession to make.

But first, let me jump to the punchline. I'm excited to partner with standardized test prep expert Brandon Royal (author of Ace the GMAT and The Little Red Writing Book) to offer a free online class next Tuesday, December 12th on reading comprehension strategies for the GMAT and GRE.

Here are the details:

WHAT: Learn to Dominate GMAT/GRE Reading Comprehension Questions [Webinar]
GUEST TRAINER: Brandon Royal, author of Ace the GMAT and The Little Red Writing Book
DATE: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
TIME: 8:00pm Eastern Time U.S. (5:00pm Pacific)

To learn more and register, click HERE:

Okay, now back to my confession.

For years, I've told my students that reading comprehension is the hardest part of the verbal section to improve, especially for non-native English speakers. I mean, reading skills are developed over years, not months, right?

Not necessarily.

It all depends on how effectively reading comp is taught on the GMAT and GRE, and that's...

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