How to Study for the GRE Test.

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When it comes to studying for the GRE test, you have four basic options: books, classes, a tutor, or online prep. While we’re obviously a little biased, there are definite pros and cons to each option.

Let’s take a look at each of these options:

GRE Books If you’re a self-starter with lots of energy and motivation, working with GRE books can be a good option. They’re inexpensive, and you can follow them at your own pace. 
On the other hand, without having taken the test or studied it, it can be hard to determine which books will actually equip you for test day (Chris shares some thoughts on this over it the Best GRE Books post). 
Also, just following a book straight through may not be the best option for you if you have particular weaknesses you need to address, as almost everyone does, and need special guidance.
With all of that said, Magoosh has an eBook you can get for free here, and an affordable paperback GRE Prep book that you can buy on Amazon. Both are excellent!

GRE Classes GRE class…

What is Informal Education?

In our previous lessons, we talked about what real education is and what formal and non-formal education involves.

If you have not already read this begin here:

In this lesson, however, we want to look at what informal education involves.


Informal education involves no formal curriculum and no credits earned. 

The teacher is simply someone with more experience such as a parent, grandparent or a friend. 

A father teaching his child to play catch or a babysitter teaching a child their ABC’s is an example of informal education.

These may be overly simplified explanations. There are times when the lines between each type of learning get blurred, as well. It isn’t always as cut and dry as it seems, but these definitions give you a general idea of each type of learning.


Highlights

1. Lifelong process.

2. The individual learns from daily experiences.

3. The individual learns from exposure to the environment at home, at work, at play etc.


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