MLIC GRE Turboprep® courses require that you complete at least 120 hours of highly relevant training in the GRE assessment areas, and demonstrate your understanding of concepts, procedures, and strategies so that we can determine that you have acquired the conceptual, procedural, and strategic skills required to do well at the high difficulty level of the GRE and so that you can shoot for and reach scores in excess of 1500 on the GRE General Test.MLIC GRE prep courses outclass the worthless tutorial sessions offered by companies such as Kaplan GRE, Princeton Review GRE, Testmasers, Powerscore, Veritas Prep, and all others. MLIC offers GRE prep courses, using the best training methodology, best training materials, and the best professional trainers. No wonder, MLIC GRE prep course is the best preparatory option to prepare for the GRE General Test.
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MLIC Turboprep courses are held over 5 consecutive days and cover 40 hours of in-class training. Our GRE ONLINE PREP course has the same training methodology as our trend-setting Turboprep® GRE course and can be completed in 6-8 weeks if you follow the NORMAL schedule and in 4 weeks if you go on the Accelerated Schedule. Read more.
GRE® General test is a reasoning test that is required by most Graduate schools for admission to their programs in engineering, science, arts, and business. Lately, even some Graduate Business Schools such as Stanford and Harvard have announced that they will accept GRE® tests scores in lieu of GMAT® test scores for admission to their Graduate programs in Business Administration. Read more.