Standardized Test Prep
UF libraries have online practice tests for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT and other standardized tests. These resources are currently available to those who have access to UF libraries via Gatorlink authentication. Instructions for accessing practice exams.
Workshops which review the mathematics and verbal skills needed for the GRE are conducted at least once each Fall, Spring, and Summer term. The four 2-hour workshops cover the major topics tested by the exams. All sessions are free; however, you must register so that we may prepare the appropriate number of review materials. Students interested in additional tutoring may bring their questions and personal GRE review materials with them to our walk-in hours available in our Math Study Center.
GRE Test Reviews
Please register below and call (352) 392-2010 with questions about the GRE test reviews. Review sheets will be provided at the review only. To join the mailing list to be notified of future GRE workshops, click here
|Material Covered||Review Date & Time||Location|
|Mathematics (part 1)||The entire GRE workshop includes 2 verbal sessions & 2 math sessions. This is the first math session – we’ll introduce the question types and work examples.||11/17/15, 5-7pm||Click to Register and for Location|
|Mathematics (part 2)||The entire GRE workshop includes 2 verbal sessions & 2 math sessions. This is the second math session – we’ll introduce the question types and work examples.||11/19/15, 5-7pm||Click to Register and for Location|
|Verbal (part 1)||The entire GRE workshop includes 2 verbal sessions & 2 math sessions. This is the first Verbal session – we’ll introduce the question types and work examples.||11/16/15, 5-7pm||Click to Register and for Location|
|Verbal (part 2)||The entire GRE workshop includes 2 verbal sessions & 2 math sessions. This is the second Verbal session – we’ll go over two practice tests, and introduce the essay topics.||11/18/15, 5-7pm||Click to Register and for Location|
Systematic Math Review Program
UF students who need assistance with mathematics but are not enrolled in a mathematics course should request help through our Systematic Math Review Program (private appointment). These students may not have had a mathematics course recently and want to review before enrolling for a math course, or they may want to prepare for the math portion of a standardized test. The students will be expected to work independently with materials provided by the Teaching Center or materials they provide.
For a basic mathematics review, students will complete a diagnostic placement inventory to determine their specific needs and then complete an individual program which covers math skills identified by the State of Florida as skills needed by all college graduates. Each student will be given a standing appointment and will work independently with the guidance of a mathematics tutor. A Study Guide for College Level Academic Skills Test in Mathematics published by the State of Florida which covers many of the skills included on the GRE is available for download: