GRE® Test Prep - Online courses
What is the GRE®?
The GRE® is the Graduate Record Examination, a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for graduate schools, business programs or doctoral degrees world-wide. The exam mainly measures verbal and quantitative reasoning.
Why take the GRE®?
The test is taken by prospective graduate and business school applicants from all around the world who seek admission to a master's, MBA. Since applicants come from varying backgrounds standardized tests provide admission officers with a common measure to compare the candidates' qualifications. Besides admission on higher education programs, the Schools may use the GRE® scores when evaluating Tuittion waiver/ Scholarship applications.
How do I prepare for the GRE®?
To address the test preparation needs of GRE® students, we would like to propose:
• The MasterPrep GRE® Long-distance course
• The MasterPrep GRE® e-course
• The MasterPrep GRE® Simulations
• The MasterPrep GRE® Books
• The MasterPrep Free Resources: the GRE® Study Plan, the GRE® Diagnostic Test, How to prepare for the GRE® slides, download an extract from the GRE® Book, Forum, Question of the Day
GRE® e-course Description
Although the GRE® is a difficult test, it is a very learnable test. It can be mastered through hard work, analytical thought, and by training yourself to think like a test writer. This course will introduce you to numerous analytic techniques that will help you immensely, not only on the GRE® test but in graduate school as well. About 15% of the material is dedicated to studying how the questions are constructed. Familiarity with the GRE®'s structure will help reduce your anxiety. The more you know about this test, the less anxious you will be the day you take it.
A brief look at the GRE® E-course content
• GRE® Math: Quantitative Comparisons, Standard Multiple-choice, Graphs, Numeric Entry, Substitution, Defined Functions Exercise, Number Theory, Quantitative Comparisons, Hard Quantitative Comparisons , Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Elimination Strategies, Inequalities, Fractions and Decimals, Equations, Averages, Ratio & Proportion, Exponents and Roots, Factoring, Word Problems.
• GRE® Verbal: Sentence Equivalence, Reading Comprehension, Text Completions, Pivotal words, Vocabulary drills.
Last updated September 30, 2015