So you're ready to take the plunge
into graduate school, and you know you need to register for the GRE and
get ready to take it, but how? For information about the GRE, free GRE prep software, and samples of test questions, go to www.ets.org/gre.
GRE Prep Session
The ARC offers a free GRE prep course for current students and selected prospective graduate students. The full course meets
eight weeks and covers a different topic each week, but
participants are not required to attend all eight meetings. ARC tutors
or ARC staff lead each session.
The first half of the course (weeks 1-4) covers GRE logistics and one different topic each week for the verbal and writing portions. The second half (weeks 5-8) covers one topic each week for the quantitative (math) portions.
- January 15: What is the GRE? & Mini-Lesson on “Sentence Equivalence” Questions
- January 22: You Fill-In the Blank(s): “Text Completion” Questions
- January 29: Did You Get the Gist?: “Reading Comprehension” Questions
- February 5: The Write Way?: The Essay Sections
- February 12: Properties of Numbers (fractions, percents, proportions)
- February 19: Algebra (solving equations, systems of equations, charts)
- February 26: Geometry
- March12 (no class the week of March 6 for spring break): Statistics & General Strategies for quantitative questions
For each date, the course meets 11 a.m.- noon and 4:30-5:30 p.m. covering the same topic. Space is limited.
If you encounter problems or have questions, email Cassie Book at email@example.com with GRE in the subject line.
Graduate School Application Essays
writing graduate school application essays and personal statements, it
is important to seek out feedback and advice. Although there are many
resources that can provide valuable feedback (professors, friends, family, co-workers,
advisors, and peers), visiting the Writing Center is an important way to get the perspective of an experienced writer.
GRE Practice Tests
Kaplan Learning offers free sample tests of the GRE in in their live online virtual classrooms. Take the practice test to see where you stand and to
learn how you can improve your scores and chances of admission.
Upcoming date TBA. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502.272.8242.
GMAT, LSAT, MCAT
the ARC does not offer prep sessions for these tests, but has
study materials available for use in the library. Stop by the ARC (Library B-level) to