Interested in preparing for the GRE. Here is the next prep course. The test is DRASTICALLY changing after August 2011. Your score is good for 5 years.
You need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Be sure to say you are a LSAMP student. Michael Flynn, the instructor, will send me confirmation once you register. You can access a free, official test prep at: http://ets.org/gre/general/prepare for both the current test and the revised one.
The $200 Course fee is covered by the LSAMP program as long as you attend ALL sessions. If you miss any of the 4 sessions, you must cover the fee yourself.
SDSU College of Sciences
Summer 2011 GRE Course
DATE TIME LOCATION
Saturday, June 4th 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM LS 111
Sunday, June 5th 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM LS 111
Saturday, June 25th 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM SCC LL-260
Sunday, June 26th 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM LS 111
This is the last course before the GRE changes on August 1st!!!
Prepare for the Current GRE General Test
New material is presented in each session, so it is necessary to attend all four class meetings.
Cost: $200 (due at first meeting) includes GRE workbook.
To enroll or receive more information, please contact:
Message from the Instructor: This is the last chance for students to prepare for the current version of the test before the Revised GRE goes into effect on August 1st. As of today, students can register for and take the current GRE up to July 23rd at most testing centers (July 22nd at the SDSU Testing Office). After that, they will be forced to take the Revised GRE. Please share this schedule with your students and encourage any who are planning to take the GRE to consider taking the test before the changes take place. GRE scores are valid for a period of five years, so even students not planning to apply to graduate school for a while can benefit from taking the test now.
Slots for taking the GRE this summer will fill up quickly, so please advise your students to register early if they want to take the current test. To register, they’ll need to complete an online process through the GRE web site (www.gre.org). This course is also likely to fill up quickly, so any students wanting to enroll should email me as soon as possible to reserve their seat in the course.