GRE PREPARATION CLASS for SSS Eligible Students
Fall session has ended. Spring schedule will be posted soon.
This class is ONLY available to students who are eligible for TRiO/Student Support Services. Approximately 26% of UNH undergraduates are TRiO eligible. Please contact Randy Schroeder to see if you are eligible for for TRiO/SSS and this class. Here are the family income guidelines that we use to determine eligibility.
WHAT to EXPECT on the GRE INFORMATION SESSIONS
Thursday, September 8, 2016 @ 3:45-5:00 pm in SMITH HALL 207 Spring sessions coming soon!
Note: Smith Hall 207 is the home of the Center for Academic Resources (CFAR)
If you are thinking about taking the GRE, this is a good place to start. All details of the exam are covered ... content, strategies for preparation, registration, costs, test locations, etc. Plenty of time allowed for questions. Open to all UNH students. Just show up!
"Math-For-the-GRE" DROP-IN REVIEWS Fall 2016 Sessions
Mondays, 3:30-5:00 pm, Horton 204 each week starting September 12th
These drop-in review sessions meet every week. Emphasis will be on the GRE QUANTITATIVE section of the GRE. We will use real GRE quantitative problems, review relevant math concepts, and develop excellent problem-solving approaches for these problems. Open to all UNH students. Just show up for any session!
GRE Verbal Section DROP-IN REVIEWS
Tuesday, September 27, 3:45-5:00 pm, Smith Hall room 106
Tuesday, October 4, 3:45-5:00 pm, Smith Hall room 106
In these drop-in review sessions, we will tear apart the three verbal sub-sections, learn new vocabulary, and analyze approaches for the Analytical Writing section. Just show up!
PERSONAL STATEMENT WRITING WORKSHOPS
Tuesday, October 11, 11:15-12:30 pm, location to be announced
Thursday, October 20, 3:45-:00 pm, location to be announced
Wednesday, October 26, 7:45-9:00 pm, McConnell 245
Are you writing your graduate application statement? Do you want it to be the best possible sample of your writing? Are you looking for some ideas for getting started? Do you want some feedback on your ideas?
We will offer several Graduate School Writing Workshops during the 2016-17 academic year, focusing on creating and crafting your graduate application statement and putting together a first draft. We'll also discuss strategies for recommendations/references. Dates, times, and locations will be posted here. Individual appointments for statement brainstorming, writing, and revising are available throughout the year.
Randy Schroeder is the contact person for all graduate school preparation services. He facilitates workshops, and works extensively with students as they prepare for and apply for graduate school. Please contact him by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at (603) 862-3687 for more information about any of these opportunities! Additional information about the GRE can also be found here.