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Course Description:

GRE is one of the university entrance exams. GRE tests your academic skills in Math and in English.

Course Outline:

PART I: GRE BASICS

· All About the General GRE

· The GRE Structure and Testing Format

· Your GRE Scores

· GRE Policies You Should Know About

· The GRE Personal Potential Index

· Contacting the Testing Service

· General Test-Taking Tips

· GRE Questions—A First Look

· The GRE’s Eight Basic Question Formats

· The Analytical Writing Section

· The Quantitative Reasoning Section

· The Verbal Reasoning Section

PART II: DIAGNOSING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES

In this part NCC makes a diagnostic test to get the status of the student and know his weaknesses.

· Practice Test : Diagnostic

· Analytical Writing

· Quantitative Reasoning

· Verbal Reasoning

PART III: ANALYTICAL WRITING

· The Issue Task

· Key Facts About the GRE Issue Task

· The-Step Plan

· Four Advanced Techniques for Scoring High

· Issue Task Strategies

· The Argument Task

· Key Facts About the GRE Argument Task

· GRE Argument Flaws—and How to Handle Them

· Argument Task Strategies

· Writing Style and Mechanics

· Use Rhetorical Words and Phrases

· Avoid Empty Rhetoric

· Use Irony as a Rhetorical Device

· Use Punctuation for Emphasis

· Connect Your Ideas

· Use the Language of Critical Reasoning Properly

· Refering to Yourself, the Statement, or the Argument—As Needed

· Maintain Proper Tone and Voice

· Vary Sentence Length and Structure

· Write Clearly and Concisely

· Use Language Correctly and Persuasively

PART IV: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

· Problem Solving

· Key Facts About GRE Problem Solving

· Problem-Solving Strategies

· The Data Interpretation Format

· Data Interpretation Strategies

· The Numeric Entry Format

· Quantitative Comparison

· Key Facts About GRE Quantitative Comparisons

· Quantitative Comparison Strategies

· Math Review: Number Forms, Relationships, and Sets

· Percents, Fractions, And Decimals

· Simplifying and Combining Fractions

· Decimal Place Values and Operations

· Simple Percent Problems

· Percent Increase and Decrease

· Ratios and Proportion

· Arithmetic Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

· Standard Deviation

· Arithmetic Sequences

· Geometric Sequences

· Permutations

· Combinations

· Probability

· Math Review: Number Theory and Algebra

· Basic Properties Of Numbers

· Factors, Multiples, and Divisibility

· Prime Numbers and Prime Factorization

· Exponents (Powers)

· Roots and Radicals

· Linear Equations with One Variable

· Linear Equations with Two Variables

· Simple Algebraic Functions

· Linear Equations that Cannot Be Solved

· Factorable Quadratic Expressions with One Variable

· Nonlinear Equations with Two Variables

· Solving Algebraic Inequalities

· Solving Algebra “Story” Problems

· Math Review: Geometry

· Lines and Angles

· Triangles

· Quadrilaterals

· Circles

· Polygons

· Cubes and Other Rectangular Solids

· Cylinders

· Coordinate Geometry—the XY-Plane

PART V: VERBAL REASONING

· Analogies

· Key Facts About GRE Analogies

· Analogy Strategies

· Analogy Categories the Student Should K now

· Sentence and Text Completions

· Key Facts About Sentence Completions

· Sentence Completion Strategies

· Structural Clues for Completing Sentences

· Key Facts About Text Completions

· Logical Connections for Completing Text

· Text Completion Strategies

· Reading Comprehension

· Key Facts about GRE Reading Comprehension

· Interactive Reading: The Key to Reading

· Comprehension

· Interactive Reading Strategies

· Question Types

· GRE Test Designers’ Top Wrong-Answer Ploys

· Antonyms and GRE Vocabulary

· Key Facts About GRE Antonyms

· Antonym Strategies

· How the GRE Tests Your Vocabulary

· How GRE Test Designers Choose Vocabulary

· Strategies for Building a GRE Vocabulary

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