StudyGRE Announces Launch of New Website for GRE Study and Preparation
GREStudy.org today announced the launch of its new website, a one-stop shop for comprehensiveand useful GRE study information.
Falls Church, VA, January 05, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Lisa Fourniadis, a counselor and career specialist,announced today the launch of a new website, http://studygre.org. Studygre.org is a one-stop-shop forcollege and university students and recent graduates looking for guidance and tips on how to study GREprep choices, learn GRE strategies, and find the best GRE study tools.There are over 3,500 colleges and universities in the United States that offer graduate study programs.Most programs require applicants to take the Graduate Record Examinations ("GRE") as part of theapplication process. Due to the rising costs of higher education, the dizzying array of advertisements andmarketing for colleges, the competitiveness of gaining admission to top schools, and the difficulty indiscerning the differences from one college to another, college students and recent graduates faceincreased pressure to attend graduate schools and high stress levels over gaining admission to thoseschools. StudyGRE.org was launched in order to allow potential grad students to pursue the best GREstudy programs and see the highest possible test scores that they can achieve.“StudyGRE.org is meant to offer a complete range of information and guidance in order to maximize anystudent's GRE test score in a format that is easy to use, intuitive, and simple,” explained Fourniadis.The new website offers a range of information, including:- GRE study tips- Test taking strategies- General GRE information- Recommended study GRE programsThe combination of the new site's ease-of-use and its wealth of information and advice will give collegestudents and graduates the tools they need to achieve the most competitive GRE test results. “We are veryexcited about this new site,” said Fourniadis. “We expect it to become the first and best choice for anystudent or graduate who wants to reduce his or her stress about the GRE and make a wise decision thatthey will be happy and satisfied with.”For more information, please visithttp://studygre.orgor email Lisa Fourniadis at email@example.com.###