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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) Prep
$149.00 (2 sections available)
The GMAT is an assessment with proven validity in predicting success in the first year of graduate management education. Prepare to take the GMAT in a relaxed small-group setting. Hone basic math (arithmetic, algebra and geometry) skills assessed by the GMAT, and become familiar the various types of exam questions as well as the exam format. Topics include a review of exams sections--verbal, quantitative, analytical writing and integrated reasoning; improving reading comprehension and critical thinking skills; and test taking strategies and techniques. The textbook is “Barron’s GMAT, 2nd Edition”
ISBN: 978-1438007984.

GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Prep
$149.00 (1 section available)
Prepare for the GRE (Graduate Record Examination)-the standardized test required for admission to many graduate school programs-- in a relaxed, small-group setting. Hone the verbal, math and analytical skills assessed by the exam and become familiar with the various types of exam questions as well as the exam format. Topics include a review of exam sections (verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing); test-taking skills and strategies; and improving verbal and quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and reading comprehension.
Textbook for Allegheny Campus: “Barron’s GRE Prep” ISBN-13: 978-
1438009155
Textbook for North Campus: “Cracking the GRE 2018 Edition”
Princeton Review ISBN-13: 978-0451487674, ISBN-10: 0451487672

Math & Algebra Review - Overcoming Math Anxiety
$69.00 (1 section available)
This review of mathematics and basic algebra will help students build their math skills and confidence. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, long division, fractions, decimals, percentages, word problems, and algebra up to the high school sophomore level will be covered. There is no need for math anxiety when one has a firm grasp of math basics.

Note Free Public Speaking (the Method of Loci)
$59.00 (1 section available)
Learn to give public speeches without the aid of notes. The benefits of this include, and are not limited to: more confidence in giving a speech; audience eye contact during a speech; quick recall when distracted during a speech; and more flexibility to adjust the speech content during the speech. Students will learn the method of Loci, an ancient method originally used by the Greeks for memorizing long speeches. This method substitutes images for the words, concepts, and themes of the speech, and then places them in various memory locations in your brain for later recall. This is a proven method and very easy to learn.

 
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