The UW Chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society is sponsoring with The Princeton Review, MCAT and GRE Workshops beginning this coming Saturday, May 4th. Below are the specifics. There are a few seats available for the May 4thMCAT (Physical Sciences and Verbal Reasoning).
Attendees must RSVP at the following:
May 5th MCAT Workshop: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/goldkey/199774
May 11th MCAT Workshop: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/goldkey/199773
May 11th GRE Workshop: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/goldkey/199772
MCAT Workshop – Getting the Prescription for Success
Location: Mary Gates Hall, Room 231,
Date: Saturday, May 4 and May 11
Presented by The Princeton Review, the MCAT Workshop will include information on the four sections of the test: Physical Sciences, Verbal Reasoning, Writing Sample, and Biological Sciences. Because of the detailed nature of each presentation, Physical Sciences and Verbal Reasoning will be held Saturday, May 4; the Writing Sample and Biological Sciences is held the following Saturday, May 11. All participates will be given access to take the practice tests at the end of the workshops. CHECK-IN BEGINS AT 8:45AM. WORKSHOP BEGINS AT 9AM – 3:30PM with one half hour lunch break at noon. Space is limited to 60 participants.
GRE Workshop – Preparing for Success
Location: Mary Gates Hall, Room 251
Date: Saturday, May 11, 2013 – MGH 251.
Presented by Princeton Review, the GRE Workshop will include information on the four sections of the exam: Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative Section, Verbal Section, and Experimental Section. Instruction will begin at 9am and will end at 3:30 with a half hour lunch break at noon. CHECK-IN BEGINS AT 8:45AM. WORKSHOP BEGINS AT 9AM – 3:30PM with one half hour lunch break at noon. All participates will receive access to the GRE computerized practice test at the end of the workshop. Space is limited to 40 participants.
Note: Although the event is sponsored by the UW Chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society in conjunction with The Princeton Review, participants do not have to be members of Golden Key.