The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the main admission requirement test used to apply to graduate school in many subjects and most graduate programs in theUnited States. The test is about to undergo a major change from a computer adaptive test to a computer administered test.
The GRE differs from the SAT because it contains two analytical writing sections (one issue oriented and one argumentative essay), as well as two verbal and two quantitative reasoning sections. You are also not penalized for guessing as in the SAT.
In addition to the test change, you may need a review of some of the skills required. You may not have taken a math course since freshman year or even high school, and may really need to review the basics of Geometry and Algebra II. Conversely, if your major is in the sciences, you may be rusty at using a broader vocabulary required for the GRE.
For all of these reasons, students interested in graduate school will benefit from a prep course. Advantage Learning Center can provide the one-on-one graduate level attention you need.