Sign up for the free GRE Verbal Toolkit email course!
Hey GRE students, we're excited to launch two GRE toolkit email courses written by seasoned GRE tutors here at Cambridge Coaching. Looking for math help? Check out our free GRE Math email course.
What you'll be getting in this course:
- 8 in-depth emails delivered to your inbox, all for free!
- Each email contains strategies, tips, and study recommendations from a guru GRE tutor, as well as example problems.
- Set the emails at your own pace (leisurely, moderate, or bootcamp).
- Painless introduction to the GRE. Ideal for students new to the exam, or students looking for a fresh take
- Emails will simulate a coaching plan - you'll learn techniques usually taught to private GRE students
- Your GRE tutors are available to answer questions via email
What's in the emails?
Email 1 - Introduction, Habits for Success
Email 2 - Overview to Verbal Question Types
Email 3 - Critical Reading for the GRE
Email 4 - Inference and Tone Questions
Email 5 - Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence
Email 6 - The Analyze an Issue Essay
Email 7 - The Analyze an Argument Essay
Email 8 - Summary & Tips for Success
Meet Andrew Jungclaus, your GRE Tutor
Andrew grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, just a few miles from the utopian religious community on which he would eventually focus much of his academic work. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania and St. Andrews University before ultimately receiving his bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude with degrees in English literature and American studies.
After graduation, Andrew worked as a freelance editor and research assistant – he’s worked on everything from histories of the American presidency to dating guides. Later, he moved to England to pursue a master’s degree at Oxford University in ecclesiastical history, where he studied small religious groups and their effects on British and American society. Then came a research position at Harvard’s Du Bois Institute (investigating the conception of “evil”) and after Cambridge, one more move to New York.
Andrew is currently enrolled in Columbia University’s doctoral program in Religion. Andrew tutors students in writing, history, physics, and Spanish, the SAT, SAT subject tests and the GRE. He has worked with all kinds of students and enjoys helping them master their coursework, while hopefully developing a real interest in the content. Andrew also supports students during the admissions process; he enjoys all elements of the process from application strategy and school selection, to brainstorming a strong narrative, through to the final copyediting phase.