The GRE or Graduate Record Exam is one of the most popular and widely used standardized exams in academia, especially in the USA and other English-speaking countries.
The exam is administered and supervised by the non-profit academic institution ETS, which is the same body that supervises and administers the TOEFL exam around the world, and offers the test to students wishing to study in American universities or in any country that speaks English as a primary language, or that requests it as a condition for studying a master’s degree, such as Turkey.
The aim of this exam is to give universities and academic institutions a unified and accurate academic standard for comparing students and the extent to which each of the applicants has the qualifications, competencies, and personal and scientific readiness to follow the study program to which they are applying. The exam tests students’ critical and analytical skills, academic writing skills, logic, mathematics, and problem-solving skills. In short, it focuses on all the skills that students are expected to develop throughout their years of study.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
• Graduate school graduates, and entrepreneurs from around the world who are interested in pursuing an MBA, Specialized Master, Master of Business Administration (MBA), or Ph.D.
• Students applying to various master’s programs.
• Those wishing to enhance their resume and improve their chances of future professional success.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Gain acquisition of verbal reasoning skills.
• Gain the ability to write analytically.
• Sharpen thinking and develop analytical skills.
• Learn reading comprehension skills – critical thinking – sentence correction.
• Gaining time management skills in the GRE test.
• Acquire the skills to answer multiple-choice questions.
• Learn the best way to answer GRE exam questions.
• Training on practical exercises from the reality of the GRE exam.
• Analysis of the questions to determine the main links and main and subsidiary ideas.
• Identify quantitative thinking strategies, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphs.
• Gain the skills of questions that require knowledge of arithmetic, algebra principles and common concepts in geometry.
• Acquisition of problem solving skills and data sufficiency.
• Acquiring the skills of interpreting graphs and analyzing tables – lists – multi-source inference.
• Oral reasoning
• Analytical Writing
• Quantitative reasoning
• Critical Intellectual Skills
• Strategies for dealing with the questions of the verbal section of the GRE exam.
• Practical questions from the reality test on the GRE verbal section.
• English grammar skills.
• Skills of analysis and criticism.
• Training on problem-solving questions in the quantitative part of the GRE exam.
• Use logical and analytical thinking skills to solve quantitative problems.
• Measuring the ability to analyze problems and identifying relevant and sufficient data to solve the problem.
• Skills of processing fractions, decimals, and ratios.
• Properties and concepts of real numbers such as probability, integer and multiples.
• Work by percentage.
• Calculation and processing of exponents and roots.
• Understand and apply descriptive statistics mean – median – mode – standard deviation.
• Understand, calculate and analyze possibilities.
• How to process algebraic expressions, solve equations, apply and solve functions.
• Properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and circles – lines – angles – coordinate geometry.
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