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Workforce Development & Continuing Education

GMAT and GRE Test Prep Classes

GMAT, GRE, and GRE / GMAT Math Fundamentals Test Preparation Classes

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Are you thinking of getting an advanced degree? Do you need to take the GMAT or GRE to get into Graduate School? Either the GMAT® (Graduate Management Admission Test) or the GRE® (Graduate Record Examinations) is a requirement for admission to many graduate school programs. These classes are designed to provide an overview, review and practice diagnostic tests to better prepare you to take the real test in the future.

GMAT Preparation TPR017

An overview and review class prepares you take the GMAT. Learn how to answer verbal and mathematical questions, take practice diagnostic  tests, and ask questions on specific problems.

GRE Preparation TPR021

An overview and review class prepares you take the GRE. Instruction will be given in how to answer each type of question and will include one or more practice diagnostic tests. You will have an opportunity to ask questions on specific problems.

GRE/GMAT Math Fundamentals, TPR029

The GRE / GMAT Test Prep Math Fundamentals class. This is a math preparatory course designed to augment GRE and GMAT Test Preparation courses. Arithmetic, algebra, and geometry will be reviewed so that participants will be able to participate in a GRE or GMAT preparation course will sufficient knowledge base in math. This class is not offered every semester.

 Schedule of Test Prep Classes and Registration Options

Online courses:

If you have a busy schedule, you may want to consider Ed2Go online courses. These are six weeks long, start monthly, and are available 24/7. Visit Noncredit Online Courses for more information.

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Contact Us:
  • Camille Cauley, Program Director
  • Montgomery College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education
  • 12 South Summit Ave. 4th Floor
  • Gaithersburg, MD 20877

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