GRE prep course offered through continuing education
Contact: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s continuing education department is offering a prep class on the Graduate Records Exam (GRE), which will undergo major changes at the end of July.
The course, which covers the test’s current format, is scheduled for April 19, 26 and May 3. The class begins at 5 p.m. in the Teacher Education Center, room 248. Cost for the class is $200.
Individuals who must have their GRE scores reported to graduate schools before November 2007 should plan to take the current GRE test before it is revised. Prospective students have one last chance to take the GRE in its current form on July 31.
After July the exam will almost double in length, with substantial changes in content, including more questions on probability and statistics. The format for the current multiple-choice section will also change to include questions of different types, such as truth tables and numeric response.
For more information about the GRE prep class and exam changes, please contact the continuing education department at 985-549-2301, 1-800-256-2771, or log on to selu.edu/continuinged. Information about the GRE is available at www.ets.org.