GRADUATE RECORDS EXAMINATION (GRE) PREP
The Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science in conjunction with the McNair Scholars Program is offering
preparation for the Graduate Records Exam.
The Graduate Records Exam, or GRE, is a
standardized test that most students must take if they are planning
to enter an academic master's or doctoral program within the United
States. (Students preparing for professional programs (e.g.,
medicine, dentistry, law, business) take different exams.) The GRE
is considered heavily by graduate admission officers, so it is
important to do your best on this test.
We will cover the Quantitative, Verbal, and
Writing portions of the exam. For people who have already taken this
class, we will start to work on speed drills.
Preparation for the Mathematics and/or
Computer Science subject tests is available upon request. Most
graduate programs in Computer Science do NOT require the Computer
Science subject tests. Just about all graduate programs in
Mathematics require the Mathematics subject test.
This class, as always, is free and open to
Every Monday beginning September 10, 2012
5:00 - 6:00 PM
2806 West Science
(Andy) Poe, Ph.D., Professor