Our GRE prep courses are a fast and inexpensive way to supplement or guide your own studying.

__It is intended as an introduction, and it will NOT prepare you for the GRE without additional studying on your own.__

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For students who prefer an intensive course of study, private companies such as Princeton Review or Kaplan may offer a more appropriate venue.

After completing the GRE prep course, you should:

- feel confident that you understand the requirements, scoring, and logistics of the GRE;
- be able to recognize specific question types on the GRE;
- know the skill sets that the GRE seeks to test; understand which math concepts are tested on the GRE;
- have practiced and received feedback on actual GRE writing prompts;
- be able to evaluate your strengths and areas for improvement as you continue to prepare for the GRE.

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****Fees and registration must be received at least one week prior to the first class.****

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**Introduction to Analytical Writing:**

- Overview of GRE and software
- Overview of Analytical Writing Sections
- Guided Practice
- Drills
- Students may submit writing samples for review

**Introduction to Verbal:**

- Overview of Verbal Section of GRE
- Reading Comprehension practice
- Verbal Section Question Analysis and Initial Tips
- Strategies for Comprehension, Sentence Completion and Sentence Equivalence questions
- Practice Drills
- Suggested Strategies for Continued Study

**Review of Basic Math Concepts for the GRE**:

- Mathematic concepts covered in the Quantitative Section (including basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry)
- Skills such as manipulating fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, geometric shapes, algebraic expressions, and basic data analysis

**Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning:**

- Overview of Quantitative Section of GRE
- Quantitative Section Question Analysis and Initial Tips
- Guided practice questions
- Quantitative Practice Section

**Questions?** Please contact cassidlj@ucmail.uc.edu.