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## Spring 2006 GRE Preparation Course |
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Thursdays 3:30 - 5:00 pm LCB 323 Starting February 16, 2006 Math majors are welcome to attend a free course designed to prepare students for the advanced mathematics subject test of the GRE.
It will be a 6 week course ending just before the exam is given. The chapters listed below are in reference to the Princeton Review's Cracking the GRE Math Subject.
Schedule: - Feb 16th - Julian Chan - Ch. 1 to Ch. 2 - Pre-Calculus and Single Variable Calculus
- Feb 23rd - Julian Chan - Ch. 3 - Multivariable Calculus
- Mar 2nd - Lauritz Petersen - Ch. 4 - Differential Equations
- Mar 9th - Lauritz Petersen - Ch. 5 - Linear Algebra
- Mar 23rd - Allen Dickson - Ch. 6 to Ch. 7 - Discrete Math and various other topics
- Mar 30th - Allen Dickson - Practice Test
Julian Chan, Allen Dickson, & Lauritz PetersenIn addition to the required course work necessary for the specific majors, math majors are required to receive a satisfactory grade on the advanced mathematics subject test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in order to graduate. Students must score in the ninth percentile or higher. It is recommended that students take the GRE at least a semester before they plan to graduate. |
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