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GRE Preparation Courses Toronto

GRE Preparation Courses – Monthly start dates – University of Toronto

Toronto GRE Preparation Courses

Location: University of Toronto – St. Michael’s College – Carr Hall – 100 St. Joseph St. – Room TBA

Toronto GRE Preparation Courses – Revised GRE Test

Bonus!! – Grad School  Application and Personal Statement Workshop –  FREE to our  GRE students

New Option –  GRE GMAT Math Review!

One Weekend Toronto GRE Preparation Courses:

1. May/June 2015: GRE Prep Weekend – May 30.31/15 – Optional GRE Math Review  – May 24/15

2. July 2014: GRE Prep Weekend – TBA – Optional GRE Math Review  – TBA

3. August 2015: GRE Prep Weekend –  TBA –  Optional GRE Math Review  – TBA

The  Richardson Prep Centre has run Toronto GRE preparation courses since 1979. Our GRE tutors and teachers are  the most experienced teachers available. The heart  of  our GRE course  is an intensive  weekend prep program which provides training on all GRE math and GRE verbal question types. The weekend course  is  supplemented by various components.

A GRE course is only as good as the teachers. Meet your Toronto GRE tutors and teachers.

Complete GRE Preparation Course – 3 Components

1. GRE Pre-course Math Review – designed  to acquaint (or perhaps reacquaint) you with the basic math skills  which are at the root of  the GRE math questions.

2. GRE Intensive Weekend Prep Course – covers all GRE verbal and quantitative question types

3. GRE Analytical  Writing Webinar – participate in this from the comfort of your home  or office

The tuition fee of $495 + HST includes:

– all course  materials
– all optional  seminars  and  workshops (math review, online GRE tests, Analytical Writing seminar, graduate school application and personal  statement workshop)
FREE Repeat Option – Repeat our course one time, using your course materials,  within a one year  period  free of  charge (registration required).

Special  Offers:

Bring a friend discount: enroll with a friend, pay in advance, get 10% off

$50 early enrollment discount: pay in full 14 days prior to the start of the course

Applying for an MBA program. We also offer complete Toronto GMAT Preparation Courses.

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Access #MBA: Free #GMAT, MBA Advising – Toronto Montreal Vancouver – Register now!

Don’t miss these great opportunities!

ACCESS MBA One-to-One Tour in Canada

Personalised meetings with admissions directors from the Top Canadian and International business schools

A unique and customised event format that helps you select the right MBA programme

• One-to-One meetings and workshops with Admissions Directors
• Personalised MBA Orientation
• Interactive MBA conferences
• GMAT advising
• Scholarship opportunities



Montreal, March 10

Vancouver, March 13

Among the 100 business schools participating I the Access MBA Tour:

Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, HEC Montreal, Queens School of Business, Rotman School of Management , University of Toronto, Western University – Richard Ivey School of Business, York University – Schulich School of Business, University of Massachusetts Amherst – Isenberg School of Business, Simon Fraser University – Beedie School of Business, University of Victoria – Peter B. Gustavson School of Business, INSEAD, Manchester Business School, IESE, HULT l … and many more

Free registration on http://www.accessmba.com!

Places are limited for One-to-One meetings and early registration is recommended.

GRE Updates 2013 to 2014 test year

Just received  the following information of  interest  from  the GRE program:

Great News and New Tools to Share with Prospective GRE Test Takers

The GRE Program has introduced some nice enhancements for test takers. Pass this information on to prospective graduate and business school candidates and also encourage them to download the current GRE® Bulletin (PDF) to get all the details about GRE test registration, test preparation, test day, score reporting and more for the 2013–14 testing year. Here are some of the highlights:

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Meet the world’s top MBA schools on February 13 in Toronto and February 16 in Montreal

Meet the world’s best Business Schools in Toronto Feb. 13th Free GMAT, MBA advising. Limited places. Register now http://t.co/ZspZUHaL


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Meet the world’s best Business Schools in Montreal Feb. 16 Free GMAT, MBA advising. Limited places. Register now http://t.co/aTD4wMC9


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Test Wars – The GMAT vs. The GRE – Making Changes For  Victory

It’s a great time to be a test taker. The GMAT and GRE are fighting it to be the test of choice for MBA and other graduate programs.

If you don’t know “GMAT” is an acronym for “Graduate Management Admission Test” and “GRE” is an acronym for “Graduate Record Exam”. The GMAT is the admissions test for most MBA programs. The GRE is a required admissions test for many graduate programs. They are both multiple-choice tests which are administered on computer and are computer adaptive.  Up until a few years ago, both tests were developed by “ETS” better known as the “Educational Testing Service”. This changed when “GMAC” (Graduate Management Admission Council – sounds important doesn’t it) fired ETS and transferred responsibility for the design and administration of  the GMAT to Pearson Education. Continue reading