April 16: Reading Comprehension, 9am-1pm, GH 340
April 16: Verbal Reasoning & Essay, 2-6pm, GH 340
April 23: Discrete Quantitative I, 9am-1pm, GH 340
April 23: Discrete Quantitative II, 2-6pm, GH 340
April 30: Quantitative Comparisons/Data, 9am-1pm, GH 340
The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse; reason from incomplete data; understand the meanings of words, sentences and entire texts; understand relationships among words, sentences and entire texts; understand relationships among words and among concepts. Your GRE instructor will guide you through the various types of questions you will encounter, teach you strategies for finding the best answer, and provide tips on developing your vocabulary.
Analytical Writing (Essay)
The GRE requires the writing of two essays: one developing an issue, and one developing an argument. Your instructor will explain the difference between these two essay types, discuss how these essays are scored, and present strategies for approaching and composing each essay.
This section tests your knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, weighted averages, proportions, factoring polynomials, and more. The GRE instructor will teach you strategies so you can apply these concepts to the various problem types you will encounter on the test.
Mark Mattson, M.A. Northern Illinois University
Materials include Computer Adaptive CD-ROM* (tutorial; diagnostic test; adaptive logic, analytical, and grammar skill builders; practice tests). Fee includes comprehensive workbook, several actual previous exams and a practice CD-ROM.
$545 ($495 if registered one week before the first class)
$445 for NIU Students, Alumni, and Employees ($395 if registered one week before the first class)
Registrations cannot be confirmed without payment
* Book and CD will be distributed during first class session.