Ethan Terrill, M.A. ‘18, has taken the Graduate Records Exam (GRE) before, but he didn’t receive the score he’d hoped for. When he heard about the Let’s GRE Together cohort forming in Academic Commons over the summer, he saw it as a second chance for success.
Let’s GRE Together is a self-directed group of GW students and alumni all studying for the GRE, an exam required for entrance to thousands of graduate and business schools. The program was a response to strong feedback from students that they needed affordable resources and assistance to prepare for this next stage in their academic life.
“I appreciate the opportunity to practice problems in a collaborative setting,” Ethan said. “Not only does it provide an extra incentive to keep up with my GRE study routine, but it also provides an avenue to ask further questions, seek additional assistance, and sympathize with fellow test-takers.”