When coupled with personal study, our comprehensive program and excellent teachers will prepare you to excel on these high-stakes tests, giving you the best opportunity to increase your score.

CALENDAR/COURSE DATES

2017

September 23–October 24
October 28–December 2

2018

February 3–March 6
May 12–June 12
July 7–August 7
September 15–October 16
October 27–December 4

2017 Courses

2018 Courses

Pricing
Only $650

Course Schedule

  • Five-week course
  • Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00–9:00 p.m.
  • Test Labs: Saturdays 9:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
  • 36 hours of instruction
  • 18 hours of practice testing
  • Top Industry Materials included in Price:
    • ETS The Official Guide to the GRE General Test
    • Manhattan Prep GRE Set of 8 Strategy Guides
    • Kaplan GRE Prep Plus 2018

Why should I register?

  • BYU’s advantage of free use of on-campus classrooms lowers our costs
  • Big savings over other local and national courses
  • Ability to “test drive” our course at no risk
  • All books, materials and diagnostic tests included
  • Retake the course for free once for up to four years

You can register for BYU test prep classes online, or Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 120 HCEB, or by calling 801-422-8925. Please make sure to register before 5:00 p.m. one week before your class begins to avoid a $25 late fee. Also note: you will not be able to register on–site at any BYU test prep class. Check our course pages to view course dates.

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  • Specialized teachers for each subject who have each scored in the 95th percentile and above in their specific teaching areas.
  • This course will instill confidence in test-taking skills for each test section:
    • Analytical Writing–clear and effective articulation of complex ideas
    • Verbal Reasoning–reading comprehension skills, verbal and analogical reasoning skills, analysis and evaluation of written material
    • Quantitative Reasoning–problem-solving of basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis
  • Pre– and post–tests administered to familiarize students with the format and to assess improvement
    • Detailed diagnostic results from Multistate Tests (MST).
    • Diagnostic shows students their areas of strength and weakness, and where to focus their studies.
    • Materials include the latest editions of Kaplan’s GRE Premier textbook, the Princeton Review’s Cracking the GRE textbook, and ETS’s Official Guide to the GRE textbook. Also included are a pretest and posttest diagnostic assessments.

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GRE Information

The GRE General Test, required by most graduate schools, many vet schools, and various other health professional schools, is considered a good predictor of your success in a graduate program. It is not a test of specific knowledge in any subject, but rather a measurement of your ability to respond to questions in limited time.

It is a timed test broken down into six sections:
Two Verbal sections (about 20 questions and 30 minutes each)
Two Quantitative Sections (about 20 questions and 35 minutes each)
One Analytical Writing Section with two separately timed tasks (1 question and 30 minutes per writing task)
One Experimental (unscored) Section (30–35 minutes)

The GRE General Test is also unique because it is a Multistage Test (MST), which means that the difficulty level of the second section of each subject will be determined by the test taker's performance on the first section. Each test administered is different for each student.

Scores are broken down into three different section scores:
Verbal (130–170 scale in 1–point increments)
Quantitative (130–170 scale in 1–point increments)
Analytical Writing (6–point scale in half-point increments)

Advantages of the New Revised GRE

  • Preview and review capabilities within a section
  • A “mark and review” feature to tag questions, so you can skip and return later
  • The ability to change/edit answers within a section
  • An on–screen calculator for the Quantitative Reasoning section
  • New answer formats, including tasks such as numeric entry and highlighting a sentence in a passage to answer a question

** Be sure to visit your prospective schools’ websites to check application and scholarship deadlines as well as score/GPA expectations.

  • For general information about the GRE, visit ets.org
    • Testing Centers
    • Prices
    • Scores
    • Test subject descriptions
    • FAQ
    • Tests are administered by student appointment at specified local testing centers.

Please click here to schedule your GRE at the following testing sites:

Lindon (0900)
Prometric Testing Center
350 South 400 West
Suite 200
Lindon, Utah 84042
United States of America
801-226-2095

Salt Lake City (5343)
University of Utah
201 South 1460 East
490 Student Services Building
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
United States of America
801-581-7310

Logan (7730)
Utah State University
University Inn 115
118 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322
United States of America
435-797-1004