GRE Workshop: Introduction and Group Work. By Kathy Bussert-Webb, Ph.D., January 22, 2011, 10:30-12 noon, EDBC 2.236. This workshop is open to current and future UTB College of Education students. Why should I worry about a good GRE score?.
By Kathy Bussert-Webb, Ph.D., January 22, 2011, 10:30-12 noon,EDBC 2.236. This workshop is open to current and future UTB College of Education students.
Most graduate programs require a good GRE score for unconditional admission. In the M.Ed. Reading Specialist Program, we require a 450 verbal, a 450 quantitative, and a 4.0 analytical for unconditional admission. For conditional admission, we require a 300 on the verbal section and 300 on the quantitative section for conditional admission.
One Issue task (45 minutes computer or paper version). For the Issue task, two essay topics are presented and you choose one.
One Argument task (30 minutes computer or paper version). The Argument task does not present a choice of topics; instead, a single topic is presented.
The Analytic Writing Section tests your ability to:
This information is from: http://www.ets.org/gre/general/about/content/analytical/
(Reading Specialist, Bilingual Education, ESL)