Erudition

Helping you
make sense of things

Products that help you make more mental connections, better visualize concepts, learn more deeply, and have fun doing it! We use proven principles to make learning less stressful and more effective.

GRE Vocabulary

For those looking to improve their vocab
Fun illustrations to help students learn GRE vocabulary

GRE Vocabulary

For those looking to improve their vocab
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DAT Perceptual Ability

For those looking to improve their visual skills
A challenging PAT top-front-end object shown in 3D

DAT Perceptual Ability

For those looking to improve their visual skills
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GRE Vocabulary
For those looking to improve their vocab
GRE Vocabulary
Erudition PAT
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Dog­matic

[dog-MAT-ik]
Dogmatic
Jun 19, 2024

Vocabulary

For GRE students & others

For GRE students and ANYONE seeking to enhance their vocabulary, we've created a fun and effective platform for mastering challenging new words! Our content helps you to:
1
better dissect word roots
2
consider meaningful connections between words
3
use catchy mnemonics to learn and remember more words

Dog­matic

[dog-MAT-ik]
Dogmatic
Jun 19, 2024

Features of our vocabulary product:

Word roots
Connections between words
Interesting word origins
Catchy mnemonics
Illustrated concepts
Connotation meter

What our product offers

We've meticulously curated the most challenging words likely to appear on your GRE. For each word, we provide:

  • Clever illustrations that bring the word to life
  • The best ways to make sense of and remember each word, which we encourage you to read and think about after taking the quiz

Our approach encompasses various techniques, including exploring common word roots, drawing connections to similar words, and employing catchy mnemonics. By using these tactics, you'll not only master a wide range of GRE words but also develop the skills needed to tackle new vocabulary encountered during your studies or on the test itself.

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Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.

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Learn vocabulary by making more meaningful mental connections

Daily word archives

Use our daily word archives to catch up on words you may have missed earlier in the week.
Daily word archives
Use our daily word archives to catch up on words you may have missed earlier in the week

Het­erodox

[HET-uh-ruh-dox]
Heterodox
May 14, 2024

En­fee­ble

[in-FEE-buhl]
Enfeeble
May 13, 2024

Icon­o­clast

[eye-KON-uh-klast]
Iconoclast
May 12, 2024

Het­erodox

[HET-uh-ruh-dox]
Heterodox
May 14, 2024

En­fee­ble

[in-FEE-buhl]
Enfeeble
May 13, 2024

Icon­o­clast

[eye-KON-uh-klast]
Iconoclast
May 12, 2024
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The science behind our
approach to learning

Explore foundational principles driving enhanced memory retention and concept mastery.
Dual coding allows learners to encode new information from both pictures and text; it’s a better way to commit new concepts and information to memory

Duel coding

Duel coding refers to the process of presenting different modes of information (e.g.verbal and visual) to help learners encode concepts and ideas into their brains; studies have shown that dual coding allows for more effective learning. Our products likewise pair visual and verbal content to help dual code ideas, allowing users to more fully engage with content and better retain what is learned.
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Deep encoding means making as many mental connections between concepts as possible; this helps the brain reinforce concepts and remember better

Deep encoding

Learning and memory are outcomes of changes in connections and communication among neurons. Therefore, optimal learning strategies aim to facilitate the formation of meaningful associations. Our products likewise assist users in linking new, esoteric ideas with familiar concepts and terms, ensuring deep encoding rather than superficial storage of information (i.e. rote memorization).
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Engaged strengthens memory and attention and motivates learners; engagement can come from learning through quizzes and tests, or from engaging in material that is humorous or interesting

Engaged learning

Many learning models support the importance of engaged and active learning, and studies show that learning engagement strengthens memory and attention and motivates and rewards learners. This is why a lot of our teaching comes through interactive tests and quizzes, but we also engage students with humorous concepts, fun illustrations, and interesting ideas whenever possible!
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Concept reinforcement, or engaging with similar concepts periodically throughout the learning experience, allows learners to continuously building on what they’ve already learned

Concept reinforcement

One crucial aspect of effective learning is repetition, and this is why ideas like “spaced repetition” have garnered a lot of attention recently. We apply these principles to our materials, by grouping and ordering our testing and learning content strategically. Our learners encounter similar concepts periodically throughout their study, allowing them to continuously reinforce and also build on what they’ve already learned.
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