How to Strategize for Computer-Based Grad School Testing

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Studying for the SAT or ACT isn't easy, but at least the test format is simple and straightforward: Just fill in the bubbles on your paper answer sheet with a No. 2 pencil, and make your mark heavy and dark. But as you prepare for grad school, the admissions tests you will encounter are computer-based instead of being offered on paper: namely the GRE, the GMAT, the MCAT and the LSAT. So what does this mean for your test-taking strategy? Let's first take a look at the format of each test so you can see what you're dealing with.

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