GRADUATE EXAM PREP courses are available for the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) or the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) and prepare students for gaining entrance into the graduate programs at West Chester University or any institution of higher education. Classes meet at the Graduate Business Center in West Chester, PA, an easy commute from Malvern, Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Lancaster or Delaware.
Math and Verbal instruction, as well as test taking techniques, are provided by instructors who remain current with the latest test changes. They are committed to coaching each student to achieve their highest score and remain responsive throughout the course length and beyond. WCU offers a 1-week Accelerated Grad Exam Prep course periodically, along with a more comprehensive 8-week course each Spring and Fall. Regardless of which course is selected, all attendees electronically receive a Math & Verbal Refresher Packet to help prepare for the first day of the course. Attendees may attend another offering of the selected course within one year at no cost if desired increase in score is not achieved. If there is a need to create a course for a specific group or timetable, please contact Eileen Jenkins, firstname.lastname@example.org or on 610-425-7435.Registration & Info
Accelerated Grad Exam Prep is a 15-hour preparatory course for the GRE and GMAT graduate entrance
exams that may span from 1 to 3 weeks in length. Sessions will update math skills in Arithmetic, Algebra,
Geometry, Data Sufficiency, Data Comparison, Word Problems and Special Topics. Important score
raising aspects of the GRE and GMAT Verbal and Writing sections will be covered. Homework assignment and review will integrate coursework to target problem areas for all attendees. Instructors are available during class evenings and beyond to maintain individual progress and strive toward success.
Graduate Exam Prep is an 8-week preparatory course for the GRE or GMAT graduate entrance exam.
The 6-week Math portion will update skills in basic Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Number
Theory, Data Sufficiency and Data Comparison. Two additional weeks will address Verbal and Writing
topics to include essay writing, grammar, rhetoric, reading comprehension, critical reasoning and “discrete” sentence completion questions. Course strives to turn hidden traps, designed to depress students’ scores, into opportunities for success. A thorough review of computer test taking techniques
and strategies will enable students to focus quickly on the correct answer. Whether you are an experienced computer-based test taker or not, this course is a must for superior GRE or GMAT scores.