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Endless quantitative quizzes
Practice with an infinite amount of GRE quantitative exam questions. Unlike other GRE exam prep courses, we don't have a fixed-size bank of GRE practice questions. Our system generates millions of unique quizzes with randomized text and variables from over 200+ GRE quantitative question templates, ensuring you're learning the core concepts instead of simply recalling answers. After answering a question, you can review a step-by-step walkthrough of the math and logic involved.
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Achievable uses adaptive learning techniques to create and update a personalized model of your memory, individually tracking your retention and mastery of each GRE learning objective. Our learning engine monitors your study progress and continually adjusts your GRE exam questions to ensure you're focusing on the topics that matter most for you, improving study effectiveness while reducing overall study time.
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Verbal reasoning
With 200 high-quality hand-crafted GRE verbal reasoning questions, you'll be able to take 10 full-length practice verbal reasoning exams. Our GRE verbal practice questions include all the types of questions you'll see on the exam: reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence.
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Achievable includes flashcard-like quizzes for 250 of the most commonly-tested GRE vocabulary words. Similar to how vocab is tested on the exam itself, you're quizzed by distinguishing different sets of words, building up your vocab base in a fraction of the time.
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Our proprietary GRE essay grading system uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to instantly score your GRE analytical writing essays, similar to the scoring mechanisms used by the ETS. Practice your writing with hundreds of GRE essay prompts for the GRE issue essay and the GRE argument essay.
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Learn how to answer GRE questions in less time using proven strategies from our expert author with 10+ years of experience. Achievable's GRE test prep materials are easy to understand, mobile friendly, and include detailed walkthroughs of sample questions. Each of the GRE sections are covered in detail in our online GRE prep course.
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Whether you're studying on the web or a smartphone, Achievable's GRE exam prep platform UX is clean and responsive. Progress charts highlight your journey through the GRE prep course content and your current strength in each section.
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After over a year of trying to complete GRE video-based prep programs and not getting very far, I stumbled across Achievable. The textbook's organization paired with spaced practice questions are both ingenious as well as so intuitive that it is hard to believe that other programs don't organize their material in this way. In addition to the actual test content, the textbook helps train you to have a better mindset so anxiety doesn't get in the way. I've previously struggled with test anxiety and was able to easily overcome it because of the efficiency strategies in the textbook and the mindset conversations covered in the podcast. I think this program is one of a kind and the proof is in my test results. I am super grateful for the Achievable GRE program. Thank you!
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GRE or GMAT - Which should I take?

Many think of the GMAT as a business-focused exam and the GRE as more general, but that is actually an outdated notion - all top 25 business schools now accept the GRE. When choosing between the GRE vs. GMAT, you should now consider the other features of the test and testing pool to give yourself the best chance of success. Here are three reasons why the GRE is a better option:

1. The GRE only requires math, not logical reasoning

One of the hardest parts of the GMAT quantitative sections is logical reasoning, in which you have to answer questions that combine logic questions with math. The GRE has no such questions, and this makes the test itself easier and also gives you one less thing to have to study as you prepare for the exam.

2. The GRE can be used for any program

Not sure whether you want to be an MBA or a specialized master's degree in your field of work? With the GRE, you only need to prepare for one exam and your results will be applicable to any program.

3. The GRE has a less punishing adaptive format

Both the GRE and GMAT are "adaptive tests", which means they get more or less difficult depending on how you do on previous questions. The GMAT adapts every question, which means it can ramp up in difficulty very quickly if you get a lot of questions right. The subsequent questions can be very difficult and it takes a lot of time and energy to prepare for them on the chance you get to see them. On the other hand, the GRE only adapts after each section, so the question difficulty varies a lot less. This makes it easier for you to prepare for and you'll more consistently prepare for the questions you'll actually see on the exam.

4. It is easier to get into a top business school with the GRE

Below, we list some of the top business schools in the world and their GMAT and GRE percentile scores. As you can see, most of these programs have a considerable gap in percentiles, meaning that you only need to be in the top 15% of applicant GRE scores to have a median chance of getting into UPenn Wharton, vs. a top 4% score for the GMAT.

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton
96th GMAT; 85th GRE
Stanford University, GSB
96th GMAT; 91th GRE
Harvard University, HBS
96th GMAT; 88th GRE
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan
96th GMAT; 88th GRE
University of Chicago, Booth
96th GMAT; 88th GRE
Columbia University, CBS
96th GMAT; 85th GRE
Northwestern University, Kellogg
96th GMAT; 85th GRE
University of California - Berkeley, Haas
96th GMAT; 84th GRE
Yale University, SOM
94th GMAT; 91th GRE
Duke University, Fuqua
89th GMAT; 78th GRE
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Ross
94th GMAT; 85th GRE
Darthmouth University, Tuck
94th GMAT; 85th GRE
New York University, Stern
94th GMAT; 85th GRE
University of Virginia, Darden
92th GMAT; 81th GRE
Cornell University, Johnson
89th GMAT; 80th GRE
94th GMAT; 85th GRE
What's a good GRE score?

Getting a top score on the GRE can dramatically improve your chances of being accepted by top universities. Below are the percentile cutoffs for GRE scores based on data from the makers of the GRE,

How long is the GRE?

The GRE takes about four hours to complete including breaks. There are seven sections: two essays and five quantitative and verbal sections, one of which will be an unscored "research" section. You always take the two essay sections first, then there will either be a verbal or quantitative section third and they alternate between verbal and quantitative after that. This means you'll be taking three of one type (i.e. verbal or quantitative), and two of the other. The unscored research section is always the type you're taking three sections of. There is a 10-minute break following the third section.

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Our content was written exclusively for Achievable by Matt Roy. Matt enjoys making the learning process both fun and accessible for any kind of learner, and has thousands of hours of GRE tutoring experience across a wide variety of students.

Matt personally studied for the GRE without internet connection in the Atlas Mountains. If that piques your interest, you're welcome to ask him how that went! He loves telling a good story. For 1-on-1 tutoring, feel free to book a lesson with him directly.
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