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Graduate School Test Preparation at RIC
Open to RIC students and community members.
- Free GRE Practice Test*, February 1
- Free GRE Strategy Session*, February 6
- GRE Prep Course, February 20 - April 17
Pre-Registration Required: Register now at The Princeton Review
*Students will have a chance to win one of 3 GRE books at each event!
Free GRE Practice Test
Saturday, February 1
Join RIC and The Princeton Review for a free full-length proctored Computer-Based Practice GRE Exam. All attendees will receive a free Graduate Admissions Guide with info on how to get into graduate programs.
Test your skills and kick off your GRE prep with a free practice exam at RIC. After the test, you'll get a detailed performance report with personalized tips on how to improve your score. Your GRE score is a critical part of the admissions process. This free, proctored, computer-based GRE practice test will give you a sense of how you'd score on the actual test.
Free GRE Strategy Session
Thursday, February 6
What's your next step?
The GRE Free Strategy Session provides valuable information about preparing for the GRE Exam in an easy to follow format. These workshops are designed to give general information about the GRE, study tips, and examples of typical GRE exam questions. You will also have an opportunity to walk through several sample exam questions and ask our expert any questions you may have.
GRE Prep Course
Thursdays, February 20 - April 17
GRE prep to the highest degree.
The Princeton Review simulates the adaptive format of the GRE exam in Ultimate by using their exclusive Adaptology™ teaching method. This approach seamlessly adjusts classwork and homework to your skill level focusing on the areas where you need to improve.
With 8 adaptive-by-section practice tests and one-on-one test reviews with your teacher, you'll know exactly what to expect on test day. We'll give you yet another advantage: we're the only test-prep company that includes access to your instructor outside of class for extra help.
For information contact:
Professional Studies and Continuing Education
Roberts Hall, Room 301
600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Providence, RI 02908-1991
(401) 456-8428 (Office)
(401) 456-4676 (Fax) Email: email@example.com
Sponsored by Professional Studies and Continuing Education in partnership with The Princeton Review and the RIC offices of Graduate Studies and the Career Development Center.