What is the GRE and GMAT?
On Tuesday, October 18, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, in Room 212 of Oak Hall on the Warner Robins campus, a representative from the Princeton Review will hold 50-minute informational sessions on two tests necessary for admittance to various graduate schools and programs: the GRE (the general graduate admissions test) and the GMAT (required for most advanced Business degrees, including our own proposed MSM.) This is an amazing opportunity for students to have FREE test-taking strategy sessions (and to pick up some swag and other information!) with a specialist from the Princeton Review. Some of you may recall that we held this event last spring on the Macon campus with fantastic success. We encourage students and the general public to join us!
(Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is advised.) Please also note that the MGA Office of Graduate Studies will be on hand to answer questions prospective students may have about our current graduate programs in Nursing and Information Technology and our new, proposed graduate programs in Education and Business.
Informational events such as this one offer specific and useful knowledge on test-taking strategies, but they can also generally help our students to see the pursuit of graduate studies as within their reach.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Moffett or Dr. Clayton. Or please call the Office of Career Services at: 478-‐471-‐2714 or the Office of Graduate Studies at: 478-‐471-‐5762.