SDC's next GRE course is starting on October 3rd, 2015. Most of the world’s top graduate schools expect students to have obtained a high score on GRE exams for admissions and for scholarship consideration. The purpose of our course is to help students obtain high scores as well as to provide advice on admissions essay writing. Classes will be taught by the highest quality instructors, having themselves obtained scores in at least the 85 percentile in Quant and Verbal sections of the respective exams. Our curriculum includes books and resources prepared by Manhattan Prep Company (www.manhattanprep.com), which is a prominent test prep company in the US.
What else included?
- Opportunity to get your admissions essays checked by our native speaking instructor, who will provide both grammar and composition guidance
- Highest-quality course materials, books, hand-outs from the famous Manhattan series
- 6 online practice exams, weekly problem sets, 2 computer -based exams in exam-like condition followed by feedback on your performance
- The student who makes the most improvement receives a scholarship for an official GRE exam
Our instructors have taken the GRE and GMAT exams and have scored at a minimum in the 85 percentile and have completed their Masters/Bachelor’s degrees at high quality programs.
Our instructors have taken the GRE/GMAT exam and have scored at a minimum in the 85-90 percentile and have completed their Masters/Bachelor’s degrees abroad.
The quantitative section of the course will be taught by Mr. Tsenguunjav Byambasuren, one of the most qualified economists in Mongolia. He currently works as an economist at the Bank of Mongolia. He received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Institute of Finance and Economics (IFE) in 2013 with Honors. He has won numerous medals and awards in Math Olympiads when he was in high-school and he has completed dozens of classes in mathematics while he was at IFE and online from open University sources. His economic research papers using dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGE) were published in peer-reviewed journals. He translated numerous books and articles in economics and published several working paper on currency market, exchange rate and balance of payments. His GRE score in the quantitative section ranges around 85th percentile.
The verbal section of the course will be taught by Mrs. Tan Ying Lee. She is a native English speaker and originally from Singapore; she has lived in Mongolia since 1997. She has over 15 years’ experience teaching English in different countries, for various purposes and to people of varying ages and competencies. She has also worked as an editor of English language textbooks and reference books for both local and international markets. She has taught English to adults at Raffles Institute in Ulaanbaatar for 9 years. At Raffles, she accomplished many things, she helped set up the ESL department and it has become widely regarded as one of the best English language programs in Mongolia today. On her free time, she likes helping disadvantaged children to obtain educational opportunities. She is currently a PHD candidate in Education at the University of Mongolia, completed her Master’s Degree in Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from University of Melbourne, Australia in 2000. She received her Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Linguistics from National University of Singapore in 1996. Her GRE/GMAT Verbal score range around 85th percentile.
Your admissions application essay will be reviewed by Ms. Kristen Koob, who lives and works in the Boston area of Massachusetts in the US. She will advise students virtually via Skype, Google Hangouts or email. Ms. Koob currently works as a research and instruction librarian at the Harvard Kennedy School. She served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco from 2008-2010 where part of her work included preparing students for the English component of the national exam. She taught developmental English courses at Iowa Central Community College in the fall semester of 2005 and was an English language assistant in France from 2003-2005. Ms. Koob holds a master of science in library and information science from Simmons College and a bachelor of liberal arts in French and international relations from Cornell College.
How to register?
Tuition fee: MNT950,000; (attendance in the first session is free)
*A minimum TOEFL score of 80 and IELTS score of 6.5 is required for admittance.
Deadline: October 1, 2015
If you have any question about the courses, please contact us via an email firstname.lastname@example.org; or call SDC at 7000-8643.