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The GRE, or Graduate Record Examinations, is a computer-adaptive test that is required for many grad school admissions and, most recently, can be used for some law school applications, too! The GRE does not come with a reputation of being extremely difficult or rigorous, but it does require review, especially for those who may not have taken college-level math courses for a few years.
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