Believe it or not, I enjoy standardized tests. The trick is to see them, not as obstacles to overcome on your way to college, law school or graduate school, but as puzzles to be solved. If you look at the test as a game, it becomes far less frightening. Like a chess player, what you need to do is develop a toolkit of methods and strategies that that you can use to polish off the questions calmly and methodically. I've done this for myself--most recently as an adult out of school for more than 30 years--and I can help you do it too.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Maryland-College Park - Bachelor in Arts, United States Government and Politics
Graduate Degree: University of Maryland-College Park - Doctor of Philosophy, United States Government and Politics
GRE Verbal: 730
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