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GRE Preparation

This guide is designed to serve as a resource for GRE preparation programs, resources, etc. available for Bloomsburg University students.

What is the GRE?

The GRE is an is a standardized test created by the ETS (Educational Testing Service) that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools.
There’s nothing fun about the GRE.
  • It’s difficult
  • It’s expensive
  • It’s time-consuming
  • It’s an obstacle many must overcome to achieve their goals



Good News!

Good News!

The GRE is not a test of innate ability

The GRE is a test of one’s ability to:

  • Set goals and work toward them
  • Put off short-term rewards for long-term gains
  • Organize time strategically
  • Use metacognition (know what you know & don’t know)

These are all abilities required to succeed in graduate school!

These are skills that can be learned!

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