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GRE Workshop Series

Increase your scores, decrease your stress!!
 

 Who: 
Anyone who thinks s/he will be taking the GRE in the next couple of years and wants to find out about and prepare for the test (especially juniors, & seniors).

What: The General Record Examination is the standard test required by most U.S. universities for admittance into their graduate programs. The workshop will explain the unusual nature of the test (it’s electronic and adaptive), and you will learn strategies for doing your best on each portion of the exam (Should you guess? How much time should you spend on each question? Can you change your answers? How many times can/should you take the test?). The workshop will cover all sections of the GRE test (Verbal, Math, and Analytical Writing), but we will not cover any Subject Area tests.

When: Wednesdays, 4:30-6:30 p.m., January 23-March 6 (7 weeks)

Where: Southern Nazarene University, Herrick 317

Cost to non-SNU Students: $250

Cost to SNU Current Students/Faculty/Staff: $175

Cost to SNU Honors Students: $150

Price includes:

  • all materials, including two professionally published study guides/practice test books
  • option to visit the OKC testing site
  • practice test administered in SNU’s testing center
  • written feedback on analytic writing practice essays

To Sign up: Complete This Form

For Further Questions: Email Dr. Gina Weaver at gweaver@snu.edu

Deadline to Sign up: Friday, 18 January 2019 





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