GRE Prep: Verbal and Math
The Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools.

The GRE has 3 different types of sections:

  • One Analytical Writing section with two separately timed writing tasks
    • One "Analyze an Issue" task
    • One "Analyze an Argument" task
    • 30 minutes per task
    • This section always comes first
  • Two Verbal Reasoning sections
    • Approximately 20 questions per section
    • 30 minutes per section
    • May appear at any point in the computer-based test after the Analytical Writing Section
  • Two Quantitative Reasoning sections
    • Approximately 20 questions per section
    • 30 minutes per section
    • May appear at any point in the computer-based test after the Analytical Writing Section
  • One unscored section
    • Typically a Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning section
    • May appear at any point in the computer-based test after the Analytical Writing Section

An identified research section that is not scored may also be included in the computer-based test which is always at the end of test.

Verbal Only
  • 8 1-hour private lessons
  • Recommended Schedule: One lesson per week starting 8 weeks prior to test date.
Math Only
  • 4 1-hour private lessons
  • Recommended ScheduleOne lesson per week starting 4 weeks prior to test date.
Verbal and Math (Recommended)
  • 12 1-hour private lessons (8 in Verbal and 4 in Math)
  • Recommended Schedule: One lesson per week starting 12 weeks prior to test date, beginning with Verbal.  The math lessons would begin around the 5th lessons and alternate with the verbal lessons.

We can customize a program to fit your student's needs and availability.