Wednesday, December 30, 2009


So, this whole 'graduate school' thing has a little test called the GRE standing in my way. I'm a pretty confident test taker but like any good student I should study. So for the uninitiated such as myself:
I know I'm still a few years away from the actual admissions process but I see this as a great advantage - plenty of time to get my Korean language up to par, brush up on my Chinese and Japanese history, research possible programs, work on that undergrad student debt as much as possible and study for and take the GRE.

This is great because 새미 is also getting excited about grad school so it looks like I'll have a GRE study buddy. So, my next step is to pick up some study books like this one from the Princetown Review and Barron's Essential Words from my wishlist.


golden zephyr said...

I'm glad I found your blog! I have to study for the GRE this summer and then apply to Korean programs. I haven't read the article you posted before this one about why Korean studies isn't as popular as Japanese. I have my own ideas about that but I'm sure they're off base.

Anyway, good luck with everything!

Matthew Smith said...

@ golden zephyr - Glad to meet another grad school hopeful! Let's keep in touch to answer any questions either of of us might have. Anyways, best of luck!

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