How long does it take for a child understand concepts such as poverty and social inequality? The youth seem to disregard the importance and value of education. The story shows the vulnerability of children who discover the untold truths. Toni Cade Bambara wrote The Lesson, a story about low-income children who learn a valuable lesson that can be applied to modern society. Miss Moore, who sets out to educate them, takes them to an unattainable toy store. Sylvia became more aware of herself and her social status within society as a result. This story focuses on social inequality, poverty and the importance education. Finally, it reveals how awareness can help you to become aware.
According to the New York Times article social inequality persists today. “Imagine for just a second what kind society it is where some people can spend money on toys, whereas it would cost to feed a family with six to seven children.” This illustrates the uneven distribution of income, especially for those with lower incomes. The higher the U.S. income, the greater the percentage of investment income. Americans who aren’t considered ultra-rich earn the most of their income from wages or salaries. This has been due to the tax preference for long-term capital growth. This highlights the problem of increasing social inequality in the United States. But the real question is: How can society solve it? Although the chances of change seem slim, awareness of the problem can help us to think differently about capitalism today. A state that is extremely poor. The human condition where one is unable to get or provide food, water, shelter, and other necessities of life, is called poverty. “Then she goes on to talk about how we are all poor and live among the slums. I’m not there.” This clearly shows that Sylvia does not know why her community is poor. This further shows her lack of knowledge about the situation in her community. “Poverty doesn’t affect all people equally. In 2018, Poverty USA was home to 10.6% and 12.9% respectively. Similar results were found for married couples. In 2018, the poverty rate was 4.7%. However, single-parent families without a wife had a 12.7% poverty rate and single-parent families without a husband had s 24.9%. In 2018, the rate of poverty for people with disabilities stood at 25.7%. It’s almost 4 million people with disabilities living in poverty. This is the American poverty rate. It is easy to believe that everything is going well in our society. Social media, such as Instagram, can hide the truth. Toni Cade Bambara’s story The lesson is a great example of how to bring up this topic. She clearly mentions that the children were born into poverty and come from low income families. It is important to not ignore poverty in our society today or make it seem less bad.
Young people seem to ignore the importance education and fail to see its importance in today’s economy. It is easy to say that many people today don’t believe education can be achieved through technology and social media. Many people believe they can make it big on Instagram and Facebook, but without first learning. Dosomething.org reports that every year, 1.2 million high school students leave the United States. “What type of work they do and what kind of lifestyle they lead?- We need to get involved. This question asks people to be aware of the things they can do to improve their chances of achieving happiness and democracy. Income increases with education. The average income of workers without a high school degree is lower than that of those with a high education diploma. According to smart asset, an article by Amelia Josephson. She holds degrees from Columbia University and Oxford and also writes on financial literacy topics. This shows that education is a key factor in obtaining better opportunities through general education and higher education. Miss Moore’s story is a great example of the American system that offers free education. But, it is up to the young people to understand its importance and why education is so important.
The final theme of “The Lesson”, which is the second, is called inner vulnerability. Inner vulnerability can be defined as being vulnerable to physical or emotional harm. “I kinda hang back. But I don’t feel scared. There’s nothing to fear in a toy store. But I feel funny, shame. But I must be ashamed. Sylvia portrays herself as intelligent, strong, and confident. But, this is not true. She expresses shame and fear about the new environment she lives in, which is a toy shop located in a wealthy community. Humans want to fit in and feel comfortable. However, it is possible to fear the opinions or feelings of others. To strengthen your emotional well-being, you must be aware of the signs and symptoms that can lead to vulnerability. It is not worth building barricades around the person you are trying to protect. Your true nature is hidden from others. This is why inner vulnerability can make it difficult for people to grow emotionally and to improve their surroundings. Sylvia was able to see her inner vulnerability as a way to learn from her environment and also give her a fresh perspective. She can do whatever she wants with the lessons she learned, but she is now more aware than ever.
What is it that a child takes to understand concepts such as social inequality and understanding poverty? Experience. Education is essential for understanding the inner vulnerabilities and social inequality. These themes are explored in The Lesson, a short story by Toni Cade Bambara. They make it easy to understand topics that may be difficult or uncomfortable for some people. It’s interesting to see how these themes are all connected and still relevant today.
This is the place to go if your GRE scores are not improving after years of studying. Although it can be frustrating to see your GRE score stagnant, there are still ways to improve it. This article will explain why your GRE score isn't improving and how you can improve it.
Let's take a look at 6 tasks you can do in order to improve your GRE scores.
Task 1: Identify any knowledge or skill gaps
There are many concepts that you must master in order to improve the GRE score. It is important to know all concepts as you won't be able to predict which concepts will be on test day. You will also know, if your GRE preparation has been ongoing, that answering any GRE question requires you to have a solid understanding of multiple concepts.
It is important to identify any gaps in your knowledge and skills in order to improve your score. You'll have more options and be more able to answer any GRE question if you can close the gaps.
It is crucial to identify and fill any skill or knowledge gaps.
Let's now discuss how to find your skills and knowledge gaps.
Pinpoint specific weaknesses
It can be difficult to identify gaps in your knowledge and skills, especially when you have questions that require multiple concepts. To pinpoint your weak points, you will need to break down the question in its components. You might need to do the following for a rate-time distance question:
Take the information you have just read and interpret it.
Recall the formulas and apply them.
A formula is a combination of two or more equations.
Find the solution to a set of equations that involve fractions
So, let's say you encounter an average rate question. What would you do if your formula was incorrectly divided as you calculated average rate (step 4) The question would be incorrectly answered. This could indicate that you struggle to work with fractions. A number of GRE quant questions can be negatively affected by difficulties with fractions.
You may have noticed that you miss rate time-distance or cannot solve complex questions in practice tests. What you may not realize is that rate-time distance questions aren't your only problem. You are not proficient in fractional calculations.
Rate-time-distance would be a strong area in Quant if you could improve that skill. It is important to identify the problem and fix it.
It's important to recognize weaknesses in the Verbal arena. Remember, for example, that you may be asked a Sentence-Equivalence question. You must identify two answer choices with similar meanings (a synonym pair). When you identify two synonym pairs, the sentences are identical.
The question is asked and you answer it with the best answer you can think of. Later, you realize that you were wrong. Double-check all words to ensure that you have the correct vocabulary. What happened next?
You realize you forgot the contrast word "despite" when you read the question again. This clarifies the fact that the two synonyms you chose didn't make sense and that the other pair of synonyms was correct. It is not the meanings of the words that you were unable to answer, but rather the context clue. You can then spend time reviewing the actual reason you gave an incorrect answer.
Keep an error log
The best way to find your skills gaps and identify them is to keep a detailed log.
Keep a detailed log of errors to see which questions were answered correctly. If you find yourself in a Quant situation and have given an incorrect answer, you might ask this question:
Was the question based on a complete understanding of my comprehension?
Did you know of a specific formula that I was looking for?
Did I forget how a certain mathematical technique works (ex., solving quadratic equations)?
Was the question misinterpreted or did I miss key clues?
Was I tempted to give a false answer? If so, how did it happen?
You can get closer to your GRE score goals each time you find a gap in math skills or knowledge. When analyzing practice tests results, make sure you review every question incorrectly answered and pinpoint the problem. You will be able to identify weak points and patterns that are troubling you, or you may miss them.
You can identify gaps in your math skills or knowledge and move closer to your GRE target score.
You should have kept track of any errors you make during your GRE prep. The TTP GRE Prep Course will keep track of all your information.
Analyze your practice test results
It is essential that you answer all the questions in your practice test results to help you understand your strengths. There are only 40 verbal and 40 quantitative questions on each practice test. Don't assume any question is easy.
When reviewing incorrect answers, it's important that you are honest with yourself. Did you make a mistake in answering a question about cylinders? If you answered yes, then take some time to review the cylinders as well as the questions that didn't go your way. You can't be sure that you will "fool" GRE, even if some of your guesses are correct.
Do not assume that your score will increase if your practice tests are skipped over. Do not be surprised if your score drops if you don't spend enough time reviewing practice tests and studying the material.
Task 2: Avoid Careless Mistakes
I am always able to ask students about their propensity for making careless errors whenever they ask me how I can improve my GRE scores. There are many types of careless mistakes. It is possible to miss a key word or to make a calculation error. These mindless mistakes can be enough to cause your GRE score to stagnate. Your score will rise if you are more precise when answering GRE questions.
It is impossible to forgive careless mistakes
Careless errors don't necessarily reflect gaps in knowledge of GRE material (although they can). You are more likely to make silly mistakes if you read too fast, rush through calculations, rely too heavily on mental math, or take sloppy notes.
Making mistakes can lead to frustration and debilitating symptoms. If you make a lot of careless mistakes, it will be difficult to improve your GRE score. It is possible to avoid careless errors by using focus, strategy, practice, and repetition.
Making mistakes that are not correct can lead to frustration and debilitating symptoms.
You can avoid all mistakes
You can reduce your chances of making a mistake. Knowing your patterns will help you to identify potential mistakes before they happen
Even if you are caught in an error, it is possible to correct it before it can affect your score. You can use your error log to help you identify which errors are hindering your ability increase your score. You should note the time you answer a question incorrectly due to a mistake or carelessness.
For example, if you find yourself answering questions you don't want to be asked, it is a sign that you are not being asked the right question. For example, if Martha is asked her age, don't answer that question. These types of errors are not uncommon, and will make a big difference to your GRE score.
If you find it difficult to keep track of math calculations or mix up numbers, you might want to reevaluate how you take notes and improve your pencil-and paper calculation skills.
While you should be aware of any careless mistakes that you make, it is important to have a systematic and thoughtful approach to answering GRE question. This is the task that most test-takers fear doing: slowing. You can reduce the chances of making mistakes and keep your GRE score low by slowing down. Keep your eyes on the problem, and don't rush through any steps.
This is how it should be viewed: It is better not to rush and make four stupid mistakes.
Task 3: Timing issues
Timing is key to improving your GRE scores. GRE students often have problems timing and this can lead to poor scores. Some students may "overspend" on a few questions leaving little time to complete the rest. Sometimes we overspend on questions because we feel that it is important to get it right and don't want it to go.
Students may rush through multiple questions and leave too little time at the end. Although you can go back and review the answers, it is not possible to spend enough time answering each question. You can solve some timing issues by creating an internal clock.
Develop your internal clock
Once you've made your internal clock, you should have a good idea of how long it has taken to answer a question.
GRE Quant questions are typically answered in 45 seconds. Knowing the time between 1 and 45 seconds will help you to feel more connected. This intuition can be developed by practicing timed GRE questions during the last portion of your GRE prep.
You can set a timer to start working on a particular question. Look at the timer when you feel that the 1 minute and 45 second mark is up. It is important to develop a sense of what it feels like. You will feel more comfortable with this basic exercise, "When 1 minute and 45 second are up," the more you practice it.
You don't have to guess right away just because you are close to the answer on a GRE quant question. It might be worth spending an additional 30 to 45 seconds to get the answer if you feel close.
However, you don't need to spend 45 seconds for every GRE quant question. You can take a guess at the answer and continue on to Geometry if you get stuck 30 seconds in. I'd rather that you save your time for a more relevant question.
Your GRE score will improve if you can improve your timing strategies. Our blog is dedicated to time management and GRE quant.
Task 4: Create a topical and systematic study plan
I can't even count how many times GRE candidates I have spoken with who couldn't improve scores. They were unsurprisingly not following any type of structured study plan.
Many of these students were studying from a few GRE books and practicing hundreds of random questions to improve their GRE Quant and Verbal scores. This situation is likely to remind you of something you are doing.
There are many topics you need to know in order to pass the GRE. Without a plan and structure, it is difficult to grasp so many details. GRE prep should be linear and topic-bytopic. This will allow you to fully grasp each topic. Practice questions will not waste your time if you already know the core concepts.
Consider, for example, if you don't know enough about Sentence Equivalence and one-blank Text Completion topics, would it be useful to move from Sentence Equivalence questions into Text Completion questions? Short answer: NO. It would be beneficial to move from Probability questions to Geometry questions in order to master these topics. It is not possible. You will never be able to grasp the Quant and Verbal topics you are interested in by jumping around. Instead of progressing and growing your knowledge, you will feel like a fish out of water. This is why it shouldn't surprise that you don't get a higher GRE score if you continue to study this way.
Therefore, your GRE study plan should include one topic per topic. Then, practice questions on each topic before you move onto the next. This is a great way to learn the basics of concepts and then progress to the more complex ones. This approach will help you make significant gains on your GRE score.
Task 5: Avoid inefficient strategies
Even if your GRE Quant score is high, it's possible for you to fall short of your goals. If you choose to use less practical approaches when answering GRE Quant questions, this could lead to a similar situation.
Some students insist that they must test values in order to solve Quantitative Comparison questions. However, simplification and substitution are more efficient ways to get the correct answer. Testing values is a good strategy in certain circumstances but it doesn't work in every situation.
Students are using backsolving strategies to "game" GRE Quant. This is when they use algebra to make sense. While backsolving might work in some cases, it is better to choose a strategy that can be used for all questions. If your strategies don't work more than 50% of the times, are you sure you can improve your GRE scores?
If you are used to inefficient methods, it can be difficult to step out of your comfort zone. You can still improve your score by taking the time "retrain your mind" to learn more efficient ways to solve GRE problems. Although there are several ways to solve GRE Quant questions. However, one method is more efficient than the other. Answer practice questions in a variety of ways. Each approach can be tested to determine which is the most effective.
GRE Verbal is no different. There are many efficient and inefficient ways to answer questions. It is important to understand how to efficiently and effectively the Verbal section to get your Verbal score up.
If you read the entire sentence and identify key markers and context clues before you start to answer Text Completion question, you'll be more efficient than if you simply plug in answers.
Reading Comprehension has a variety of efficient and effective strategies to answer every type question. You'll be much more successful if these strategies are used correctly and you don't have to rely on haphazard answers.
It is possible that improving your GRE Verbal score will be a key component of increasing your efficiency in answering questions. Ask yourself these questions: Do you really have a clear strategy? Are you efficient at answering them? What could you do to improve your ability to answer them efficiently?
To put it another way, you need to know how you will answer a GRE Verbal questions. If you find that you are unable to answer a Verbal type question using an efficient and reliable approach, then this is an opportunity for you to increase your GRE Verbal score.
Task 6: Manage your anxiety during a test
GRE students who complete the tasks I have discussed here but fail to achieve their goal GRE scores are often plagued by anxiety.
Anxiety can lead to increased heart beat, shallow breathing and racing thoughts. High-stakes tests like the GRE can make this anxiety more severe. Your GRE performance is crucial!
It is normal for GRE-takers to experience test anxiety. Too much anxiety about the GRE can cause distractions and limit your ability to get a score that is true to your GRE skills. By reducing your anxiety around the GRE, your chances of reaching your goal of achieving a high score will increase.
Many proven methods can be used to manage anxiety during test preparation, including visualizations and breathing exercises. If test anxiety is holding you back from getting a better GRE score, these techniques may be worth investigating.
For test anxiety, the most important technique is to be able to understand the material both forward and backward. You'll feel more relaxed when you take the test. You might take the 40-question basic multiplication/division math test. Is that something you would be anxious about? You have probably been practicing multiplication or division for years. This means that you would be confident in your ability to perform well on a multiplication or division test.
You don't have to be confident enough to answer the GRE questions. Make sure the material doesn't cause anxiety. This strategy will help you become comfortable with GRE content. You don't need to practice until all questions are answered correctly .
It is important to let go of test anxiety so that you can improve your GRE score.
For test anxiety, the best way to overcome it is to learn the material from both sides.
We've covered a few tasks that can be done to improve your GRE score up until now. You may be asking, "How fast can I increase my GRE score?" Let's get to it.
How quickly can I improve my GRE score?
This question can certainly be answered depending on where you are at the moment with your GRE scores. Consider the following "tasks", which are currently impacting your GRE score. To improve your GRE score, you may need to focus on only one of the six areas. If you only need to improve in one area, like managing anxiety, you will be able to increase your GRE score quickly.
The GRE target score is another consideration. A 30-point improvement is possible if your current score is 300.
It will take time to achieve this type of score improvement. You will not see a significant improvement in your score if you are more than 30 points below your target score. It takes time and effort, but it is possible to get back on track. You can do it!
How can you improve your GRE score?
GRE students have a million questions. The most important is: How do I improve my GRE scores?
My answer to that question is always the same: as soon as you follow a realistic study plan, you will be able to add as many points to your GRE score as you like. Realistic thinking is essential.
To achieve a 40-point score increase on the GRE, allow yourself six to eight months or more to study. You must also remember that you will only be able to increase your score by following the recommended study strategies and staying motivated through the preparations. If you work hard, never quit, and are determined to achieve your GRE target score
If you're looking for ways to increase your GRE score, this article will cover 6 key tasks.
Identify gaps in knowledge and skills.
Keep an error journal.
Reduce careless errors
Time management issues should be addressed
You should follow a topical and systematic study plan.
Take control of your anxiety about the test.
You don't have to do these tasks if you want to score the GRE.
Emily Dickinson’s poem “Because, I Couldn’t Stop For Death” tells the story of a woman looking back at her life before embarking on a carriage trip with death. Dickinson explores an imagined journey through the afterlife using symbolism, personification, and metaphor. It shows that death is not something that should be fear.
Death is personified as a friendly driver in a carriage. This helps change the perception. The speaker describes death in the first two lines of his poem, saying “Because it was impossible for me to stop for Death-// He kindly stopped and took my place–” (1-2). The poet begins the poem by immediately describing death in kind. This goes against the traditional notion of death. Because the use of “kindly” implies that death may not be as terrible or cruel as people believe, it is quite surprising. The speaker is now seen as a friendly man who has taken the speaker on a carriage-ride, not as someone to fear. You can see that Dickinson capitalized the term “death” as if it were the name of someone. This little detail enhances the personification and life-like quality of death. This quote shows us that death is inevitable and cannot be avoided. Although death seems uninvited and unanticipated, it is welcome. She accepts her fate and climbs on to the carriage. Then she realizes it is time to go. The speaker says that death is made humane when he tells us that he drove slowly — He didn’t hurry
I put it away.
My leisure and labor are my own.
His Civility—- (5 – 8)
Civility is another characteristic that Death mentions in the quote. Death shows kindness and respect to the speaker. He took the time to make sure she was taken care of. She gave up everything she had, including her work and hobbies, to be with him on this ride. This ride is all about him. It is obvious when the author switches to he from we in the first line. Halfway through, she realizes that she is only there for the ride and that he has the power. The time seems to pass slowly so the speaker can reminisce about her life before moving on. Death is not a final event in this poem. It is a person who takes us on to eternity.
The poem uses symbolism throughout to give it a deeper meaning. They both need each other to exist. The carriage is a significant symbol. She first mentions it when she states, “The carriage held but only Ourselves / and Immortality” (3-3). The most important symbol of the poem is the carriage ride. It represents the speaker moving on to death and leaving behind life. She is represented by Death and Immortality in the carriage. This character represents an unending spiritual journey. They travel through the landscape of her life and see each phase. The speaker’s home or grave is the final stop of the carriage ride. It signifies that she is now ready for the next phase of her life. She also demonstrates these symbols of harmony between death and life by saying this:
We got through the School, where children excelled
Recess — in The Ring
We were able to pass the Fields of Gazing Grain
The Setting Sun was passed –. (9 – 12)
The speaker is reflecting on her life and the significance of Dickinson’s description. A group of children is seen playing at recess in a circle, which the speaker believes represents childhood. The speaker could be recalling childhood memories. The symbol for the circle of life is the ring or circle they are in. The next step is to pass through fields of crops that represent adulthood, growth and maturity. Once they are mature, the crops are sold and grown again. Again, this symbol represents the cycle of life and how death and life are interconnected. The carriage then passes by a setting Sun, which represents the end. The sun sets, and the carriage turns into night. The speaker then ends her journey and goes to the grave. Like the two previous symbols, this symbol also represents the cycle of life, as the sun sets, rises, and it all happens again.
This poem’s personification and symbolism reveals that death is an inevitable part of life. The personification of death attempts to change people’s outdated perceptions about death. The poem employs symbolism to explore the harmony of life and death, and the dependence they have on each other. Dickinson wanted people to understand that life is precious and should be enjoyed. Once death arrives, we must leave everything behind.
William Shakespeare often used his literary works for social commentary. The conflict between man and woman is evident in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. There are three types of relationships shown: husband and wife, father and girl, and husband and wives. The man exerts his will on his lady. Shakespeare presented A Midsummer Night’s Dream from a different perspective, using a play within play to depict two endings to the same conflict between father and child, one happy, one sad. Shakespeare’s use Pyramus, Thisbe and other characters in A Midsummer Night’s Dream gave him the opportunity to make important statements regarding the drama genre at that time (Smith N. Pag.). Although A Midsummer Night’s Dream is among Shakespeare’s most whimsical works, he managed to weave together powerful statements about two different subjects in an extremely adroit way. Shakespeare used The play Pyramus and Thisbe in A Midsummer Night’s Dream as a comment on theater’s position during Shakespeare’s time. He also made a statement about the state of theater during Renaissance times. Theater was traditionally an institution of the Church. They offered mystery and miracle plays during holy days in order to educate the people about the history of the church. The state and church both opposed theater’s rise in popularity and began to publish other topics than church history. In response, they tried to control it by passing laws to keep actors and playwrights out of their hands. Queen Elizabeth (1558-1603) was a supporter and advocate of drama. In London, she was a patron and in 1559 she encouraged mayors to license plays. Pag.). It is known that Shakespeare wrote A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Queen Elizabeth’s wedding. Pag.). 1572 actors who were not associated with noblemen’s houses were deemed “rogues or vagabonds” in Wilson N. Pag.). Drama was seen as unethical and imprudent during the Protestant Reformation. Shakespeare used A Midsummer Night’s Dream to explain to the public that drama was entertainment and not real. This is widely believed to have been written around the 1590’s. Shakespeare’s play featured both actors Pyramus (the audience) and Thisbe (the actors). Shakespeare introduces Pyramus’s actors Thisbe in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Shakespeare uses their dialogues to convey the importance drama to the common person, as well their fear ofcensorship. A group made up of tradesmen is introduced during Scene 2 of the First Act. These fellows are delighted to be invited to perform an interlude at Hippolyta’s wedding to Theseus. Shakespeare has made sure that this scene shows the sincerity of the tradesmen, as well as highlighting the consequences of censorship by using their conversation regarding the assignment roles. Bottom, the weaver and most outgoing member, offers to be the lion. He says the lion will “roar like it will do any men’s heart good” (DurbandAct II, Scene 2), to thequel the director Quince (a carpenter) replies that Bottom might play the lion more realistically than the other ladies, scaring them all. (DurbandAct II, Scene 2). The presentation is comical, but Shakespeare is speaking out about the reality of government-censorship and its serious consequences. The troupe gathers in the woods next night to rehearse and Shakespeare once again mocks the censorship. The actors agree to use prologues during their performances. They will explain to the public that this is fiction, they are acting in play-acting, there is no actual violence, or bloodshed, and they have to incorporate them. Shakespeare, Theseus, and his entourage share their thoughts about the prologues during the Pyramus-Thisbe performance. These conversations are used by Shakespeare to highlight the humor of the situation in the play. He also explains each step to the audience to make it clear that their performance and the whole genre of drama is intended to entertain, not frighten, or offend. Shakespeare’s humor is clearly evident in the performance of Pyramus/Thisbe, Act 5, Scene 1, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Demetrius commented to Theseus, “Alion can speak, if so much asses can” Durband Act 5, Episode I. “,” which is Shakespeare’s view of the influence of government and church on theater. Shakespeare ends A Midsummer Night’s Dream by leaving Puck alone on stage. A soliloquy encourages the audience to consider the performance “….nothing more than a dream …” (Durband Act 5 Scene I.). This comment is quite interesting in its own right. It appears that Shakespeare feels the need apologize to his audience for the sarcasm he uses, but that he also needs to address the political pressures to abandon theater as an art. Shakespeare cleverly intertwined powerful statements about Shakespeare’s passion for the genre and its fragility within English society. Shakespeare was persecuted throughout his lifetime. King James (Child N. Pag. He was part of a small minority. Shakespeare’s remarks in Pyramus’s and Thisbe’s performances in A Midsummer Night’s Dream were a sign of his shrewdness. It was only a matter of time before the theatre in London, which he had seen, closed. Child, Harold. “Title of Source.”
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George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant,” an unfinished story, tells the story of a man who abandons his morals in order to succumb to social pressures. The Modernist Period was influential in the development of formal ideas and social thought. British Imperialism was very prevalent at this time. Orwell also had to deal with the current events and his own personal life experiences. Orwell presents the Modernist themes, including Imperialism, Racial Feuds and Isolation, using simple, direct sentences and a friendly tone. Orwell’s honest, first-person stream is a way for readers to see the Modernist Period’s racial tensions. It is based on Orwell’s experiences in India.
Orwell was born in 1903. Orwell died at the end British Imperialism’s height, a period of great conflict. Orwell was very affected by the atrocities committed by the British to their subjects, particularly India. Great Britain conquered India and held the territory for more two centuries. The British exploited Indian wealth for their own trade routes and to expand their influence. The British benefited from Imperialism, but not Indians. Indians were persecuted in India after Britain took control. This forced them to assimilate into European culture. Orwell was exposed to these injustices after he spent time as a policeman in a poor village in Burma. Orwell was “Keenly conscious of the inequalities associated with Imperialism” (Hopkinson 2), and he openly disapproved of the practice. His stories detail the horrors of Indian subjects. Orwell wrote his stories from personal experience. He was horrified by the British government and the evils that Imperialism brought about. Orwell served as an assistant district inspector of the Imperial Police Burma. This period saw much discrimination against the Indians. Only a few European men could rule over millions of Indians with force, creating a power imbalance. Orwell channeled the animosity he felt into his writing. “Imperiling myself in difficult circumstances and then writing with extraordinary insight about them” (Hopkinson). He does this to help the reader understand the inequalities of Imperialism. Orwell’s harsh criticisms of Imperialism along with his profound understanding of Indians’ suffering are thoughtful insights to the story.
“Shooting an Elephant”‘s plot and protagonist’s thoughts show how racial tensions can change a man’s beliefs and society expectations. The story shows the racial tensions between Burma’s British Imperialists. The European men dominate the villagers and make the protagonist feel powerful. “He must do what the ‘natives’ expect of me” (Orwell 6) to be the leader they want. A group of panicked villagers inform him that a wild animal has invaded their village and he must take action. The protagonist doesn’t initially intend to kill an elephant. This is demonstrated by him only using a small gun to protect himself. This alters swiftly. He sees the village and a trampled corpse. The crowd is watching the action of the protagonist as he chases down the elephant. The village pressures him into shooting the elephant even though he didn’t intend to do so. It takes the elephant over 30 minutes to die. The villagers watch in awe and scavenge elephant meat after it has passed.
The narrative is full of debates about the ethics of killing an elephant. The protagonist internal struggles with the guilt of having killed an elephant. The protagonist realizes that the elephant killed him and gave him legal rights to kill the elephant. The protagonist didn’t kill the elephant to save the village or because he felt it was right. Orwell 9: He says that he had done the right thing legally, but that he didn’t do it morally. To preserve his image as strong leader and protect himself, he killed an elephant.
Orwell uses first-person narration to show the protagonist’s inner struggle with the elephant. To provide honest and blunt accounts, the protagonist uses a stream-of-consciousness narration. He uses a didactic method to inform and discuss the horrors that British Imperialism has caused. He uses a “Honest use” of language to portray Orwell’s hatred for British Imperialism. Orwell gives the reader a peek into the mind of the protagonist through first person narration. The book also shows the protagonist’s transformation from a morally upright cop officer to an elephant-murderer with weak will. This story tells the storyteller’s inner thoughts and criticizes the cruel Imperialistic system.
Three Modernist themes are highlighted in “Shooting an Elephant”, namely Imperialism and racial feuds. The story is heavily influenced by Imperialism, which is portrayed negatively. Orwell reveals the immorality of Imperialism. The story reveals the hardships and loss that the villagers experience. The tensions between villagers and the protagonist is the second theme. A few Europeans have the power to rule over the many Indians of India because of British Imperialism in Burma, India. The villagers are angry at the protagonist and other Europeans living in their country because of this great imbalance. Orwell 1 describes a bitter, “Anti European feeling” among the villager towards the protagonist that impacted their relationship. The story’s third theme deals with isolation. The narrator becomes the sole European in the village and is one of very few white Indian men. Because the British control the Indians and have the country’s domain, the narrator is the man in power. He feels like he has to rise to meet India’s high expectations. The story’s three main themes are racial conflicts and isolation, as well as British Imperialism in India.
“Shooting an Elephant” depicts the social tensions created in Britain by Imperialism. To create the protagonist, Orwell used his experience as a Burma police officer to help him become more realistic and insightful. Orwell’s first-person narration allows him to accurately describe the emotions and thoughts of his narrator. The story shows the protagonist’s growth. He changes from a good-natured police officer to a weak-willed, conformist man. Orwell also criticizes British Imperialism and the Burmese treatment. Orwell exposes the exploitation of these people and the racist acts they have been subject to. George Orwell uses first-person narration to describe the thoughts, emotions, and experiences of the protagonist. A gun is the only way to defeat an elephant. Without guns, the British troops wouldn’t be able to match the Indian millions. The slow death inflicted on the elephant recalls the harsh period of British Imperialism and Indian slavery. Orwell illustrates the effects of Imperialism by using the seemingly simple story of a man killing an elephant.
“The View from Mrs. Thompson’s” describes the author’s experience in Bloomington, Illinois immediately after the attacks. The essay is heavily based on the author’s thoughts while watching the unfolding events at his neighbour’s house. It also contains descriptions of clips and insights into how people reacted to them. Wallace’s essay clearly illustrates that the term “view” can either refer to a view or a mindset.
Wallace initially focuses on the tragedy, but not the flag. Even though they are common in his neighborhood, uniting residents across classes and geographic lines, Wallace has yet to find one. He is concerned that the lack of a flag might be perceived as a negative statement about him. When he questions his neighbours about why they hang flags, the answer is fairly similar. It’s about pride, support, unity, and support. Even though he creates a fake flag with Magic Markers and paper, the essay focuses on the power of images and appearances in order to isolate and unite. This theme seems particularly pertinent given the recent racial profiling. However, at this time, it is not an issue. Wallace is sitting in Mrs. Thompson’s living area, watching the news. His description of this scene reminds me of an observation in the first paragraph: it seems like everyone’s watching the same traffic accident. This tragedy, despite their differing opinions and perspectives, is shared. Although footage of the North Tower falling was disturbing, it was still viewable. However, the clip of the North Tower collapsed was never shown again. Wallace tells viewers that Wallace and the others in the room look both scared and anxious as he plays the video. After a while, Wallace moves on to his next topic. While he and his neighbors were able to handle large-scale building destruction, the sight that people are jumping from them is too much. Perhaps it’s because people are naturally inclined to sympathize to those in peril.
Another way to define view is the diversity of opinions and perspectives that influenced the American public’s response to 9/11. These differences often stem from age as they greatly impact the understanding of the event. Wallace mentions Wallace as an example of a woman whose sons believed that the tragedy was only a movie at first, but then they discovered it was on every channel. This innocent thought caused them not to feel as angry or sad as many adults.
Wallace also talks about how geographical differences can affect people’s attitudes towards the tragedy. According to Wallace, people from the Midwest spend less time together and prefer to stay at home watching television, rather than going out to dinner. On the East Coast, people are more interested in meeting people face to face. This may lead to a greater sense of distance and detachedness in Bloomington. This makes New York’s tragedy appear more distant. Even though the television is off, they can still see the unfolding events but they are far less immediate and terrifying. New Yorkers wouldn’t have the privilege of such a distant view. Their altered skyline is more than a picture on a computer screen. It is something they feel and see.
Wallace then explores the difference between Bush’s cynicism as well as the prayer of the women present in his room. He silently criticizes Bush’s lack of speech and points out how the networks are presenting a manufactured response. He eventually mentions that it might be better to believe the views of Mrs. Thompson about the president, the images shown on TV and the power that prayer has, because that suggests that America would be greater than he thinks.
The GRE is a common admissions test for students seeking to attend graduate school. The math section of the GRE is designed to test a student’s ability to solve problems that are commonly encountered in graduate-level coursework.
The math section of the GRE is broken into two parts: quantitative reasoning and problem solving. The quantitative reasoning section tests a student’s ability to understand and work with mathematical concepts, while the problem solving section tests a student’s ability to apply those concepts to solve problems.
The quantitative reasoning section includes questions on basic algebra, geometry, and data analysis. The problem solving section includes questions on basic algebra, geometry, data analysis, and advanced math topics such as calculus and linear algebra.
The GRE is a challenging test, and students who want to do well on the math section should make sure they are familiar with the concepts covered in both the quantitative reasoning and problem solving sections. practice problems and study guides can be found online to help students prepare for the test.
Does the GRE have a lot of math?
The GRE does have a lot of math. The math section includes questions on arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. Most students find the math section to be the most difficult part of the GRE.
The best way to prepare for the math section is to practice as many questions as possible. There are many practice questions available online and in prep books. In addition, it is important to review basic math concepts.
Many students find that taking a GRE preparation course helps them to improve their math skills. These courses typically include practice questions and tips for how to approach the math section.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to preparing for the math section of the GRE, but following a few basic tips can be helpful. Practicing as many questions as possible, reviewing basic math concepts, and taking a GRE preparation course are all good strategies for improving your math skills.
Is GRE math easy?
Is GRE math easy? This is a question that a lot of test takers have. The answer to this question is a bit complicated.
The GRE math section is not easy, but it is also not as difficult as the math sections on some other standardized tests. The GRE math section includes a variety of topics, including arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
Some test takers find the GRE math section to be easy, while others find it to be more difficult. It is important to remember that the GRE math section is not a test of your mathematical knowledge; it is a test of your ability to solve problems.
There are a few things that you can do to prepare for the GRE math section. First, make sure that you are familiar with the types of questions that are included on the test. Second, practice solving problems. Finally, review the basic concepts that you will need to know for the test.
If you prepare for the GRE math section, you should be able to do well on the test. However, it is important to remember that there is no one “easy” way to do well on the GRE math section. You will need to study and practice to do well on this section of the test.
Is the GRE a lot of math?
The GRE is a standardized test that is used to measure the aptitude of students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies. The GRE is scored on a scale of 130-170, and it is made up of three sections: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.
The quantitative reasoning section of the GRE is made up of around 20 questions, and it tests a student’s ability to solve mathematical problems. The math questions on the GRE can be divided into three categories: arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.
The arithmetic questions on the GRE test a student’s ability to solve basic math problems, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The algebra questions on the GRE test a student’s ability to solve equations and solve for unknown variables. The geometry questions on the GRE test a student’s ability to solve basic geometric problems, such as calculating the area and perimeter of a rectangle.
Most students who take the GRE find that the quantitative reasoning section is the most difficult section of the test. However, with a little preparation, most students are able to adequately prepare for the math questions on the GRE.
What level of math is on the GRE?
The GRE includes math questions at three levels of difficulty: easy, medium, and hard. The easy questions are designed to test basic math skills that you likely learned in middle school or high school. The medium questions are a bit more challenging, and the hard questions are meant for students who have taken calculus or a more advanced math course.
If you’re preparing for the GRE, it’s important to know which level of math each question is intended to test. This will help you focus your studying on the areas that you need to improve. It’s also a good idea to practice answering math questions at all three difficulty levels, so you can become more comfortable with the test format and the types of questions that are likely to appear on the GRE.
The following table outlines the three levels of math on the GRE and provides some examples of questions that fall into each category.
Level of Math
Examples of Questions
-What is 4 + 3? -What is the value of x in the equation x + 2 = 6? –What is the surface area of a rectangular prism with length of 8 inches, width of 4 inches, and height of 3 inches?
-What is the solution to the equation x² – 10x = 0? -What is the length of the diagonal of a square with sides of length 2? -What is the volume of a right circular cone with a diameter of 3 inches and a height of 5 inches?
-What is the derivative of x²? -What is the inverse of x²? -What is the implicit equation of a line that passes through the points (-2, 1) and (4, -5)?
Do you have to be good at math for GRE?
There is no one definitive answer to the question of whether or not you have to be good at math to score well on the GRE. However, most experts agree that a basic level of math proficiency is essential for doing well on the test.
The GRE includes a range of math questions that test your skills in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. If you want to score well, you’ll need to be comfortable with all of these topics.
If you’re not confident in your math skills, don’t worry. There are plenty of ways to improve your proficiency. You can take practice tests to assess your weaknesses and target your studying accordingly. There are also plenty of math tutorials and exercises available online.
Ultimately, the best way to improve your math skills is to practice regularly. The more you practice, the more comfortable you’ll be with the math concepts tested on the GRE. So if you’re not confident in your math skills, don’t delay – start practicing today!
Is GRE math harder than SAT?
There is no definitive answer to the question of whether GRE math is harder than SAT math. However, there are a few things to consider when trying to answer this question.
The GRE math section is designed to test your ability to solve complex math problems. The SAT math section, on the other hand, is designed to test your basic math skills. This doesn’t mean that the GRE math section is necessarily harder than the SAT math section – just that it is a more challenging test.
If you are good at solving complex math problems, then you may find the GRE math section to be easier than the SAT math section. However, if you are not good at solving complex math problems, then the GRE math section may be harder for you than the SAT math section.
In the end, it is up to you to decide which test is harder for you. However, if you are not sure which test is harder, it may be a good idea to take a practice test for both the GRE math section and the SAT math section to see which one you are more comfortable with.
Is there a lot of math on GRE?
The math on the GRE is not as difficult as the math on the mathematics GRE.
The GRE math section contains three types of questions:
– Quantitative comparisons – Multiple choice questions with one or more answer choices – Numeric entry questions
The Quantitative comparisons are the easiest questions on the math section. They involve two quantities, and you are asked to decide which is larger. There are no calculations required; you just need to understand the concepts.
The multiple choice questions with one or more answer choices can be a little more difficult. You need to understand the concepts and be able to do the calculations required.
The numeric entry questions are the most difficult questions on the math section. You need to be able to understand the concepts and do the calculations required.
How much of the GRE is math?
How much of the GRE is math? This is a question that a lot of test-takers have, especially those who are not math majors. The answer, however, is not as straightforward as one might think.
The GRE is not just a math test. It is actually a test that covers a wide range of topics, including math, reading, and writing. In fact, the math section is only one of three sections on the GRE.
That said, the math section is still an important part of the test. It covers a range of topics, including basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
The good news is that you don’t need to be a math major to do well on the math section of the GRE. In fact, most of the questions on the math section are the type of questions that you would see on a high school math test.
However, that doesn’t mean that the math section is easy. It is still important to do some preparation for the test. There are a number of resources available to help you prepare, including online tutorials and practice tests.
The best way to prepare for the math section of the GRE is to practice. The more you practice, the more confident you will be on test day. And don’t worry if you don’t have a math major. With a little preparation, you can do well on the math section of the GRE.
What is the math like on the GRE?
The math section on the GRE is designed to test your skills in mathematics. The questions can range from basic arithmetic to more complex concepts such as calculus. In order to do well on the math section, you need to be comfortable with a wide range of mathematical concepts.
The GRE math section is divided into two parts: quantitative reasoning and problem solving. The quantitative reasoning section includes questions that test your ability to understand and solve mathematical problems. The problem solving section includes questions that test your ability to solve problems by using mathematical techniques and concepts.
The math section of the GRE is not just about solving problems. It is also important to be able to understand the questions and to be able to interpret the results. Many of the questions on the math section are based on real-world scenarios. You need to be able to understand the scenario and then apply the appropriate mathematical concepts to solve the problem.
The math section of the GRE can be challenging, but with enough preparation you can do well. Make sure that you are comfortable with the concepts that will be tested on the GRE and practice solving a variety of math problems.
Is GRE math easier?
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test that is frequently used as a requirement for admission into graduate school programs. The test consists of three sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE is designed to measure a test taker’s ability to solve mathematical problems. The section consists of two types of questions: problem solving and data interpretation.
Problem solving questions are designed to test a test taker’s ability to solve mathematical problems in a reasonable amount of time. Data interpretation questions are designed to test a test taker’s ability to understand and analyze data presented in a table or graph.
The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE is not necessarily easier than the Quantitative Reasoning section of other standardized tests, such as the SAT. However, there are a few things that test takers can do to make the section easier.
First, it is important to practice. The more a test taker practices solving mathematical problems, the easier the section will be.
Second, it is important to be familiar with the types of questions that will be asked. The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE consists of two types of questions: problem solving and data interpretation. Test takers who are familiar with these question types will be able to answer them more quickly and accurately.
Third, it is important to be familiar with the types of mathematical problems that will be asked. The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE consists of three types of questions: arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. Test takers who are familiar with these types of questions will be able to answer them more quickly and accurately.
Fourth, it is important to have a good understanding of basic mathematical concepts. Test takers who are familiar with the basics of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry will be able to answer more questions correctly.
Finally, it is important to take the time to review the math concepts that were covered in high school. Test takers who are familiar with the concepts that were covered in high school will be able to answer more questions correctly.
Is the GRE math hard?
The GRE math section can seem intimidating to students who have not taken a lot of math classes recently. However, with a little preparation, the GRE math section can be manageable.
The GRE math section includes questions on arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. The questions are not particularly difficult, but they do require a basic understanding of these topics.
One of the best ways to prepare for the GRE math section is to brush up on your basic math skills. Review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; basic formulas for geometry; and the order of operations. You may also want to review basic concepts in probability and statistics.
In addition to brushing up on your math skills, you should practice test-taking strategies. Time yourself while solving practice problems, and make sure you are reading the questions carefully. If you are unsure of a question, try to eliminate one or two of the answer choices.
Finally, remember that the GRE math section is not as difficult as it may seem. With a little preparation, you can do well on this section of the test.
Is math easier in GRE?
The GRE math section is known for its difficulty. Many students struggle with the concepts and problems asked on the test. However, is math actually easier in GRE? The answer to this question is complicated.
On the one hand, the math section in GRE is designed to be more difficult than the math sections in most other standardized tests. The GRE math section is meant to test your ability to think critically and solve complex problems. This is why the math section in GRE is often considered to be more difficult than the math section in the SAT.
On the other hand, the math section in GRE is not meant to be impossible. If you have a strong background in math and are comfortable with the concepts covered in the GRE math section, you should be able to do well on the test. In fact, the math section in GRE is actually somewhat easier than the math section in the GMAT.
So, is math easier in GRE? It depends on your level of math proficiency and your comfort level with the concepts covered in the math section. If you are confident in your math skills and are comfortable with the concepts in the GRE math section, the math section in GRE will likely be easier for you than the math section in other standardized tests. However, if you are not confident in your math skills or are not familiar with the concepts in the GRE math section, the math section in GRE may be more difficult for you than the math section in other standardized tests.
Hamlet, a play by William Shakespeare, explores the themes fate and revenge. The play also describes the difficulties Hamlet faces to seek revenge on his father’s death. It was written during Elizabethan times, reflecting the social norms of that era. Michael Almereyda’s 2000 Hamlet has drastic changes. This is in an effort to appeal more to modern audiences, but still maintain the storyline. Almereyda tries to incorporate Elizabethan English into the 21st-century script, despite obvious differences between them. The modern Hamlet story is told in New York City. This allows the audience to better understand Shakespeare’s original play.
Elizabethan times saw women as inferior and allowed men to control their lives. William depicts Gertrude as weak and Ophelia in the play to show their roles in society at that time. We expected them to follow the opposite gender. There are similarities between the two characters, but the film shows that Ophelia did not follow Laertes and Polonius’ orders to stop watching Hamlet. Additionally, Polonius attempts surveillance on Hamlet through Ophelia. Ophelia is wired in but he doesn’t stop her crying. This shows that women have more control and don’t need the blessing of their parents, but it also highlights the fact that she doesn’t have complete control. Equal rights are still being fought for by women today. To properly illustrate Shakespeare’s story, the director selects her resistance to be one of the reasons she dies. Gertrude plays Claudius’ “perfect” wife. The film portrays Gertrude as an intelligent and powerful woman, which is not the typical description of Elizabethan women. She begins to drink after Polonius’s passing, which reveals a new side to her. This could be an indication of the pressure women feel to play to be “strong” in order to not view them as weak and emotional. Gertrude could not hold this image. Almereyda’s portrayal Gertrude, Ophelia and the other women makes it easy for female audiences to relate to them. However, this may change how they perceive Hamlet. Hamlet is portrayed as mad in Shakespeare’s play. But, his lacklustre attitude towards revenge in the movie makes him seem more depressed. Hamlet is known to isolate himself and turn to his video diary in order to reflect and stay sane. Although this shows that Hamlet is able to find comfort in his videos, the film also raises doubts about his commitment to his plans. The film shows how technology can make it difficult to connect with others. This appeals to an even wider audience. Hamlet would prefer to contact the person he doesn’t trust by email or face-toface than confronting them. Because they can’t see Hamlet’s determination and how hurtful he is, I think this allows them to empathize with him. This allows Hamlet to show the audience how technology affects us. Hamlet is an aspirant filmmaker in the film. Ophelia, he and Ophelia share a love for photography. However, they lack communication which creates obstacles in their relationship. Hamlet would rather look at Ophelia’s videos before meeting up in person. This is a clear example of how social skills have been lost in our modern world. Michael was able connect to the audience because he used technology to address these obstacles.
Michael Almereyda film Hamlet’s well-known, “to have, or to not be?” That is the question in a Blockbuster’s late-night soliloquy. After considering many factors, Hamlet’s audience gained sympathy because they could see his desperate state. We see Hamlet, a lost man wandering through the aisles looking for answers. His state of mind is reflected in his awkwardly-dressed suit and beanie. This scene is relatable because it shows how helpless people can feel and then wander off to find answers. The director shared a glimpse of The Crow City of Angels from Blockbuster. At the time, this movie was well-known and featured a character who resurrects to seek revenge for his crime. The brief scene of Hamlet being shot off his motorbike and killed hints at Michael’s ending. This modification to William Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy allows the audience to easily understand the themes of fate or revenge.
Although Michael Almereyda’s 2000 Hamlet is different than the original play, it still reflects the modern world and allows for a better understanding of Shakespeare’s work. The audience is enriched by the inclusion of stronger female roles and technology that reflects modern life.
How do I send my GRE score to universities? The test fee covers the GRE scorecards for up to four colleges. Candidates who have chosen to take a computer-delivered exam will need to choose the score receivers at test center. The candidate must choose the score receivers if a paper-delivered type of test was chosen.
Score reports reflect both the official report you receive after passing the GRE as well as the reports you send to different universities. A ‘#39;ScoreSelect’ option allows you to choose the scores you wish to send to specific institutions. This system allows you to send the highest GRE scores. You can send scores to multiple universities, or order additional reports if you need them. Colleges won’t see scores until the entire application has been submitted.
How do I send official GRE scores to universities?
You can view the GRE scores within your ETS account if you are wondering how to send them to universities via ETS. Within 10-15 days of your test date, they will be sent to all universities. This is how it works:
Login and create an account with ETS.
Click on MY GRE homepage and choose send additional score reports. This option is available under the scores tab.
The option will be displayed on the screen: Test Registration.
After that, you have the option send additional score reports.
ETS scores can be used to select Most Recent or All scores from the past five year. This is possible for up to four universities completely free.
Sending GRE scores on the Test Day
Unofficial GRE scores for verbal sections and quantitative reasoning will be provided on the test day. Examiners evaluate analytical writing and publish the final GRE scores with the results within 10 to fifteen days. Your GRE result can be sent to up to four institutions with no fees. These institutions can be chosen after you have completed the test. To send scores, one doesn’t have to know the school codes. They will be displayed in the computer program.
After taking the test, send your GRE scores
The GRE scorecard is usually available within 10-15 days. The same can be sent after the test by using this method.
Log in or create an account on the ETS website to access your score reports.
You can apply online, by mail, or by fax.
Send your highest score of the last five year to your preferred institutions.
Your scores may be sent to the college before you submit your application. In this scenario, you don’t need mention that the scores have been sent. Your scores will be sent out before you make the decision. Be careful and take your time. Before appearing on the GRE, contact ETS if the recipient doesn’t have a listing. ETS will send scores reports from the GRE to four pre-chosen institutions.
If you submit Additional Scoring Reports for further institutions, it is possible to expect them to reach you within five working days. Application by mail or fax may take 10 business day. You will need to apply for reinstatement scores within two weeks. You need to allow time for scores submission before the deadline. GRE scores are usually sent out to candidates within 10-15 days of the test date. You will receive the scores electronically and they will appear in your ETS account. These scores can be obtained electronically by most institutions via the ETS Data Management platform or the server to server facility.
The GMAT and GRE are two of the most popular standardized tests for students who want to pursue graduate studies. Although these tests have a lot of similarities, there are also some key differences between them.
The GMAT is a test that is specifically designed for students who want to pursue a graduate degree in business. The GRE, on the other hand, is a test that is designed for students who want to pursue a graduate degree in any field.
The GMAT is also a longer test than the GRE. The GMAT takes three and a half hours to complete, while the GRE takes only three hours.
The GMAT also has a more difficult question format than the GRE. The GRE is made up of three sections – verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing. The GMAT, on the other hand, is made up of four sections – verbal, quantitative, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing.
The GMAT also has a higher weighting on the verbal section than the GRE. The verbal section is worth 30% of the GMAT, while the verbal section is worth only 20% of the GRE. The quantitative section is worth 40% of the GMAT, while the quantitative section is worth 30% of the GRE.
The GMAT also has a higher weighting on the analytical writing section than the GRE. The analytical writing section is worth 30% of the GMAT, while the analytical writing section is worth only 0% of the GRE (the GRE does not have an analytical writing section).
Overall, the GMAT is a more difficult test than the GRE. However, the GRE is also a valid and accepted test for graduate schools.
Is it better to take GMAT or GRE for MBA?
The GMAT and GRE are both standardized tests that are often required for admission into graduate business programs, including MBA programs. While there are some similarities between the two exams, there are also some key differences. So which test is better for you?
The GMAT is a computer-based test that is designed to measure skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and data analysis. The GRE is also a computer-based test, but it is designed to measure skills in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.
The GMAT is considered to be a more difficult test than the GRE. It is also more focused on skills that are relevant to business school, such as critical thinking and problem solving. The GRE is more focused on skills that are relevant to other graduate programs, such as verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning.
If you are interested in pursuing an MBA, then the GMAT is the better test choice. However, if you are interested in pursuing other graduate programs, then the GRE may be a better test choice.
Do universities prefer GRE or GMAT?
There is no one definitive answer to the question of whether universities prefer GRE or GMAT scores. In general, however, most universities accept GRE scores, while GMAT scores are more commonly accepted by business schools.
The GRE is a standardized test that is used for a variety of purposes, including admission to graduate and professional schools. The GMAT is a test specifically for business school admission.
Some people argue that the GRE is a more difficult test than the GMAT. Others argue that the GMAT is more difficult than the GRE. In the end, it is up to each individual university to decide which test they prefer.
Some business schools accept both GRE and GMAT scores, while others only accept one or the other. It is important to check with the individual school to which you are applying to find out which test they prefer.
Which is easy to crack GRE or GMAT?
There is no easy answer when it comes to deciding which exam is easier to crack: GRE or GMAT. Both exams are difficult in their own ways, and require a significant amount of preparation in order to achieve a high score. However, there are some key factors that can help you decide which exam may be a better fit for you.
The GRE is a general test that is designed to measure a student’s ability to think critically and solve problems. The GMAT, on the other hand, is specifically geared towards students who wish to pursue a career in business. The GMAT contains a number of questions that are specifically related to business concepts and scenarios.
One of the biggest factors that can affect your decision when it comes to choosing between the GRE and GMAT is your educational background. If you have a business degree, then the GMAT may be a better fit for you, as the questions are more relevant to your area of study. If you have a degree in a non-business field, then the GRE may be a better choice, as it is a more general test.
Another thing to keep in mind when deciding between the GRE and GMAT is your time frame. The GRE can be taken at any time, while the GMAT is only offered during specific times throughout the year. If you are looking for a more flexible option, the GRE may be a better choice for you.
Ultimately, the decision of which exam to take depends on your individual needs and preferences. Both the GRE and GMAT are difficult exams, and require a lot of preparation. However, by considering the factors listed above, you can make a more informed decision about which exam is right for you.
Does the GRE or GMAT have less math?
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on each individual’s strengths and weaknesses. However, the GRE may have less math than the GMAT, as the GMAT is specifically designed to test business school applicants’ math skills.
The GRE is a general test that assesses a wide range of skills, including math. The GMAT, on the other hand, is specifically geared towards measuring math skills relevant to business school. This means that the GMAT will likely contain more difficult math questions than the GRE.
That said, the GRE is not devoid of math questions. In fact, there is a considerable amount of math required for the GRE. However, the GMAT may be a better option for those who are particularly strong in math.
Ultimately, the best way to determine which test is better for you is to take practice tests for both the GRE and GMAT. This will give you a better sense of which test is more challenging for you and which areas you need to focus on more.
Do MBA prefer GMAT or GRE?
There is no one answer to the question of whether or not MBA programs prefer GMAT or GRE scores. Each school weighs the scores differently, and some programs do not accept either exam. However, there are some general trends that can be observed.
Generally, MBA programs view GMAT scores as a stronger predictor of success in their program. This is likely due to the fact that the GMAT is a specifically designed exam for business school admissions, while the GRE is a general test that is also used for other graduate programs.
That said, there are some exceptions. Some schools place more emphasis on the essay portion of the GMAT, while others prefer the analytical writing section of the GRE. Additionally, some schools are more lenient with GRE scores if the applicant has a strong GPA or other impressive qualifications.
In the end, the best way to know whether or not your GMAT or GRE score will be accepted by a particular school is to check with the school directly.
Is GMAT harder than GRE?
There is no straightforward answer to this question as it depends on individual preferences and strengths. However, many students believe that GMAT is harder than GRE.
The GMAT is a test specifically designed for business school applicants, while the GRE is a general test that is also accepted by many business schools. The GMAT is made up of four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning. The GRE is made up of three sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
The GMAT is known to be more difficult than the GRE. It covers more advanced math and verbal concepts, and the Integrated Reasoning section is particularly challenging. The GRE is known for its difficult vocabulary questions, but the Quantitative Reasoning section is generally considered to be more difficult than the Quantitative Reasoning section on the GMAT.
The GRE is also a shorter test, which can be an advantage for some students. However, the GMAT is scored on a 400-800 scale, while the GRE is scored on a 130-170 scale.
Ultimately, the decision of whether to take the GMAT or the GRE depends on the individual student’s strengths and preferences. The GMAT is more difficult, but it may be a better fit for students who are strong in math and verbal skills. The GRE is more challenging for vocabulary, but it may be a better fit for students who are strong in analytical skills.
Do top business schools prefer GMAT over GRE?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the admissions process for business schools can vary from school to school. However, in general, business schools may prefer to see GMAT scores rather than GRE scores from applicants.
The GMAT is a test specifically designed for business school applicants, and is often seen as a more rigorous measure of academic ability and readiness for business school than the GRE. Additionally, many business schools view the GMAT as a predictor of academic success in graduate-level business courses.
While the GRE is also a valid test for assessing academic readiness for business school, it is not specifically designed for this purpose, and some business schools may view it as less rigorous than the GMAT. Additionally, the GRE is not always viewed as a strong predictor of academic success in graduate-level business courses.
Overall, then, while there is no one answer to the question of whether business schools prefer GMAT scores or GRE scores, in general GMAT scores may be seen as more favorable. However, be sure to check with the specific business schools you are interested in to see what their specific admissions requirements are.
Do schools prefer GMAT or GRE?
There is no one definitive answer to the question of whether or not schools prefer GMAT or GRE scores. However, there are some things to consider when making your decision about which test to take.
The GMAT is seen as being more specifically geared towards business school applicants, while the GRE is more general. This means that a GMAT score is likely to carry more weight with business schools than a GRE score. However, this is not always the case, and some schools will accept either score.
When deciding whether to take the GMAT or GRE, it is important to consider your specific goals and the schools you are hoping to apply to. If you are interested in a business school, the GMAT is the better choice. If you are interested in a more general graduate degree, the GRE is a better option.
Do top MBA programs prefer GMAT or GRE?
Most top MBA programs prefer GMAT scores, but a few accept GRE scores.
The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized test for business school applicants. It is composed of four sections: an analytical writing assessment, integrated reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning.
The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is a standardized test for all graduate school applicants. It is composed of three sections: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.
The GMAT is the preferred test for most top MBA programs. The majority of top business schools require a GMAT score for admission. However, a few top MBA programs accept GRE scores, including Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
If you are applying to a top MBA program, it is important to research the school’s requirements and choose the test that will give you the best chance of admission.
Which is more widely accepted GMAT or GRE?
The GMAT and the GRE are both exams that are accepted by many graduate schools. However, the GMAT is more widely accepted than the GRE.
The GMAT is a test that is designed to test a person’s ability to think critically and solve problems. The GMAT is the preferred test for business school admissions.
The GRE is a test that is designed to test a person’s ability to think critically and solve problems. The GRE is the preferred test for most graduate school admissions.
Is it easier to improve on GMAT or GRE?
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on individual circumstances. However, in general, it may be somewhat easier to improve one’s GMAT score than one’s GRE score.
The GMAT is a notoriously difficult test, and most students require months of dedicated preparation to achieve their best scores. The GRE, while also difficult, is not quite as challenging as the GMAT and may be slightly more manageable for students who are not yet as prepared.
That said, it is definitely possible to improve one’s GRE score with enough effort, and many students do achieve impressive results. The most important thing is to identify any weaknesses and focus on addressing them through targeted practice.
If you are unsure which test is right for you, it is worth considering both options and talking to an admissions consultant to get their advice.