byungary I never tried them, even at Lotteria. I know my students loved the Lotteria ones though?
I just spent like half an hour recording a video.
I scripted it. I was reciting a script. That I had on my iPad in my lap.
I am just so out of practice lol
(also I’m editing it tomorrow/another day because I’m turning into such a morning person like I often wake up between 5:30 and 6:00 now so it’s time for me to start getting ready for bed)
Anonymous said: Hi! This is the GRE anon from margaret's tumblr. Thank you for such a helpful and detailed response!!! Did you by chance use any GRE prep books? ps, love your new video!
Glad I could help, and thank you!
I used the Princeton Review book called “Cracking the GRE.” I liked it because it was pretty sarcastic about the whole process. It wasn’t uncommon to see tips like, “Now remember, ETS doesn’t care HOW you came to that answer, and a bunch of people are going to go down this really difficult route because that’s technically what the question is supposed to be testing. But you’re smart and savvy, and know that this other way is much easier.”
(although I will say that it didn’t cover standard deviation very in-depth and I did have 2-3 questions on my test that required actual knowledge of standard deviation)
No I’m not listening to Lute-Songs by John Dowland while I clean my apartment.
reminder that if we’re in a mutual and you’re under the age of 18 and find it creepy or weird that i’m following you back as an adult then let me know and i’ll unfollow and it won’t need to be a big deal at all… like, please put your own safety and wellbeing first