August 28, 2017
The University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) is again offering a variety of undergraduate and graduate college exam prep classes this fall, including several free strategy sessions and a series of new online offerings.
Undergraduate offerings include SAT and ACT prep classes, and graduate-level exam prep offerings include GMAT, GRE, and LSAT.
All exam prep courses provide in-depth instruction from experienced testing professionals. Students receive official textbooks, customized workbooks, supplemental online review sessions, and online instructor office hours.
Classroom-based, face-to-face test prep classes are scheduled for four or five weeks each, with start dates throughout the fall. Online classes take place in virtual classrooms where students engage in real-time interaction with instructors and include unlimited access to recorded class sessions for up to 30 days after the course ends.
Three graduate-level free strategy workshops are open to anyone wishing to learn more about the GMAT, GRE or LSAT exam. The free sessions provide study tips, examples of typical exam questions, scoring methods and a question-and-answer session with the test prep instructor.
Start dates are listed below:
UD students and alumni receive a 15% discount when enrolling in these courses. A military discount is also available. For the ACT or SAT prep courses, a discount is available for Delaware residents and for children of UD employees.
A limited number of need-based scholarships are available to first-generation college students wishing to enroll in one of these test prep programs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with preference given to submissions received at least three weeks prior to the applicable course start date.
UD’s test prep courses are offered in partnership with Educational Testing Consultants (ETC), a leader in higher education test preparation.
The University of Delaware recently adopted a test-optional admissions policy. The pilot program allows Delaware residents attending a high school in the state the option of whether or not to submit their SAT/ACT test scores with their UD application.