Books, Tools, and Other Resources for Grad Students
Having the right resources will make a huge impact on your day to day success in graduate school. These are some of our favorite tools and resources for grad school students who are looking for every advantage they can get.
Getting a good MCAT score is critical to getting into your top medical school choice. What is your MCAT prep plan?
This page is a collection of our MCAT articles including test FAQ’s, top tools, and MCAT test strategies. When possible we link to free tools and resources to help you boost your MCAT score, but some of the tools are paid.read more
This page is a collection of our GRE articles including test FAQ’s, top tools, and GRE test strategies. When possible we link to free tools and resources to help you boost your GRE score, but some of the tools are paid.read more
Do you feel like you need to improve your productivity?
Find the strategies and tactics that will take you to the next level in these well-researched books.read more
Everyone needs help sometimes. The best place to get that help is from other people going through your same situation.
I’ve listed here some of the most popular online communities for graduate students, with the hope that you can find some people to connect with.read more
Writing is hard.
Learning how to write persuasively in the style that is required by your discipline is even harder.
Your ability to write well is one of your most valuable skills, so don’t be afraid to grab the tools and resources you need to develop it further.read more
Applying to graduate school is stressful.
One of the worst parts is the standardized test you will have to take as part of the application process.
How do you prepare for these tests so you will get the best score possible?read more
I edit all of my writing with Grammarly. Grammarly is a really helpful and free tool that you can either install into your browser as an extension or install as a program onto your computer. The tool automatically checks for hundreds of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. It also recommends vocabulary improvements as well as citation suggestions.
You can get a free Grammarly account today and try it out.
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