Fall GRE Preparation Course
Classes meet on Wednesday evenings 5:30-8:00pm
GRE Preparation is a part of the Graduate Pre-Application/Admission Program (GPAAP) of the Urban Health and Diversity Programs HCOP at UICSPH. It is designed to assist prospective UICSPH applicants from underrepresented communities to prepare for the GRE exam. Participants will review the quantitative, verbal, and essay sections of the GRE in a structured and supportive environment.
GRE Prep Highlights:
1. An eight session Kaplan course, cost of materials $400
2. Kaplan guarantees participants an excellent instructor
3. Courses include 1 diagnostic test and 8 teaching sessions
4. GRE course books and supporting materials are provided
5. Online homework, classes, and quizzes covering both verbal and quantitative sections
6. Maximum class enrollment is 20 students
1. Be a current or future applicant to the UIC School of Public Health
2. Take the GRE within two weeks upon completion of the course
3. Complete all coursework
4. Complete all Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) on designated dates
5. Attend class sessions regularly
6. Complete an evaluation at the end of the course
7. Attend the Bi-Annual Conference on Career Opportunities for Minorities in Public health to be held on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 at the School of Public Health.
For more information and to register for the course, call 312-996-7078 or email LCPineda@uic.edu
Payment is by money order only. No cash or personal checks will be accepted. Made payable to: UIC School of Public Health. In order to secure you seat in a class please submit your registration form and payment.