Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Prep Program
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Prep Program will assist students as they prepare to take the GRE for admission to graduate school. The GRE Prep Program offers specialized instruction by University of North Dakota instructors in analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning. The program also offers individual assessment and advisement for each participant’s preparatory needs for the exam.
The GRE Prep Program will bring participants to our campus for an intensive one-week study program and provides stipends to cover the cost of the program, materials, housing, dining, and preparation toward the exam. The 2017 program takes place on June 12 through June 16. This type of program has been proven to increase scores on the GRE and other graduate admission tests.
- Must be a current junior or senior year in undergraduate school or have graduated with an undergraduate or Master’s degree in a behavioral health related field such as Counseling, Psychology, Clinical Counseling, Clinical Psychology, in a Post-bac program, or applying for graduate programs in these same fields in the United States.
- Must be American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian (limited spots available).
- Applications are due April 15, 2017 (or until positions are filled)
Fill out application form and
submit it along with two academic or career related reference letters, official college transcripts, and a
one-page Career Goal Statement to Naomi Bender at email@example.com
Naomi Bender, Senior Project Coordinator
Seven Generations Center of Excellence
Center for Rural Health
UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences
1301 North Columbia Rd, Stop 9037
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202
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