MLIC GRE® -- Get trained with questions reflecting LIVE emphasis on current GRE.

Telephone: 1 212 682 5000. T/F: 1 888 656 2753. Overseas: +44 (0) 208 123 5060

MLIC GRE Prep Course Structure

MLIC GRE Turboprep® courses require that you complete at least 110+ 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 330 on the GRE General Test. The GRE training is structured in three distinct phases: GRE Precouse training, GRE IN-CLASS Training, AND GRE POST-CLASS Training.

GRE Pre-course Training (40-50 hours)
As soon as you register or about 4-6 weeks before the start of in-class training for GRE - whichever is later - you will receive instructions for downloading the required pre-class training files covering GRE assessment areas. The files are in PDF format and can be viewed using the ADOBE ACROBAT READER 6.0 or better. The purpose of the GRE pre-course training is to give you refresher training in math basics and have you review strategies and procedures explained in GRE Study modules The pre-class training can be completed in 40 to 50 hours, andn comprises the following:
  • Review of Analytical Writing basics and completion of 6 writing tasks -- 3 GRE PERSPECTIVE essays, and 3 GRE Analysis of an Argument essays.
  • Review of Vocabulary that is frequently tested on the GRE General Test.
  • Review of Strategy and procedures for dealing with the GRE Verbal assessment sections such as Sentence Completion, Sentence Equivalence, Critical Reading.
  • Review of Anchor-Phrase Strategy for GRE Reading Comprehension, and procedures for making Logical interpretation of context-specific information relevant to the question.
  • Review of Quantitative Concepts in Numbers Theory, Statistics, Algebra, Geometry, and Word problems; Learning of Geometry formulas; completion of concept-specific assignments in Numbers Theory, Statistics including mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and weighted averages, and algebra.
The pre-class work will be evaluated by your in-class GRE course instructor, who will use your completed work as a baseline for determining what specific additional help may need to be offered to you in order to get you up to speed. The pre-class GRE training is a critical part of your ability to derive the most benefit out of our in-class GRE training, and completing the GRE prep-course assignments to the best of your ability is a requirement for validating your 310+ GRE Score Guarantee. You must attempt to complete all of the required pre-class GRE training assignments to the best of your ability and have your instructor review and initial your work during the in-class GRE training phase. GRE prep course participants who complete the required pre-class training to the best of their ability typically score better than 319 in the combined Math and Verbal sections of official GRE Test.
In-class Training (32 hours)
The in-class GRE preparation starts on a Friday at your preferred GRE prep center, and ends on Monday as per the following schedule. A virtual class session will be scheduled within a couple of days of completing in-class prep sessions to review the Sentence completion and sentence Equivalence sections of GRE General Test.
Day 1: Friday
  • USA & Canada: 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM
  • London, Europe, Far East: 09:30 AM to 05:15 PM
  • What is covered? Analytical Writing: Review of Issue and Argument essays; Structure and Requirements for a score of better than 5; Critical Reasoning basics; Critical Reading passages and Question Types; Homework in Critical Reading Tests; Handover your completed precourse GRE modules to your trainer.
Day 2: Saturday
  • USA & Canada: 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM
  • London, Europe, Far East: 09:30 AM to 05:15 PM
  • What is covered? Review of Homework assignment in critical Reading; Critical Reasoning Test 2; How to do active Reading to improve comprehension; Think like test-author; how to spot question triggers; language policing; Reading comprehension passages and review.
Day 3: Sunday
  • USA & Canada: 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM
  • London, Europe, Far East: 09:30 AM to 05:15 PM
  • What is covered? Introduction to GRE math - problem solving, quantitative comparison; multiple choice and multiple answer, answer entry questions; properties of numbers; number line; ratios, proportions, probability, percentages, percent change; Algebra - quadratic expressions, exponents, factoring, inequalities, functions, sequences; Statistics
Day 4: Monday
  • USA & Canada: 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM
  • London, Europe, Far East: 09:30 AM to 05:15 PM
  • What is covered? Distance, Work problems; Sets; Geometry; Quantitative Comparison procedures and Tests; Review of Quantitative Comparison Tests; Test Strategies; instructions for virtual attendance and post-course GRE tests.
Virtual Review (4 hours)
You will be required to attend a Virtual review session within 3 days of last day of in-class preparation in which Sentence Completion and Sentence Equivalence will be reviewed and worked on. Attendance in this session is mandatory. Please be sure to schedule your GRE test at least 5 days after the Monday when the in-class preparation ends. Register in MLIC GRE prep courses Today.
Post-class Training (40 hours)
In addition to the Virtual Class attendance as explained in the GRE in-class preparation schedule, you will also be required to take timed, computer-based GRE practice tests, and work on additional paper-based tests. Expect to work at least 25 hours to complete post-class GRE modules before taking your GRE General Test.
If you want to get more information about our GRE ONLINE PREP COURSE, please click on the link provided. NEW! - Our GRE Online prep course features LIVE Virtual Classes to simulate the in-class experience.
The fee for the GRE Turboprep® courses offered in the USA and Canada is U$1,299. The fee in all overseas locations (England, Germany, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sydney) is U$1,695. The fee for the GRE Online prep with Virtual classes is U$695.
GRE Prep Home, Structure, Why MLIC GRE is the best, etc.
GRE Prep Home

All MLIC GRE courses - Turboprep & Online prep - employ the best training methodology, best training materials, and best trainers. Use LIVE GRE questions. Read more.

Prep Course Centers

MLIC GRE prep courses are offered in U.S.A, Canada, and Worldwide. Read about course centers, start dates, and schedule. Read more.

Competition Analysis

MLIC GRE prep easily outclasses Kaplan GRE, Princeton Review, GRE, Powerscore, etc. MLIC offers the best preparation courses backed by the best Score Guarantee..    Read more.


MLIC takes its training obligations seriously as revealed in the unsolicited testimonials. Read more.

Fee, Registration

MLIC GRE Turboprep courses carry a fee of U$1,495 in U.S.A and Canada. The fee is U$1,695 overseas except India, where the fee is U$795.The fee in London, England is GBP1,095 or U$1,795. Register Here

Online Prep Course

MLIC GRE Online prep course is the industry-leading prep option that includes Virtual Classes hosted in real-time and for small groups of our trainees. Read more.


See the Rankings for the Graduate Schools in the United States for the various types of Graduate Study programs. Read more.

What is GRE®

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.