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Applying to graduate school is full of uncertainty. Schools consider test scores, GPA, and other factors, but applicants seldom know how these are weighted. Admissions offices keep these details closely-guarded, but GraduateTestScores crunches the numbers, YOUR numbers, to reveal this inside information.

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Grad School Feed - Jul 13th, 2008
The second installment of the series, this article outlines expert tips to master the GRE "argument" essay. Steve Ander leads you through some of his time-tested and test-timed advice that will give you the extra boost to make it into your desired graduate school and graduate program.
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