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University Culture & Skills for AE Levels 1-3

Students in Academic English Levels 1-3 can enroll in an additional course that complements their core study. Typically, each level will have their own section, and will have 18 hours of total interaction. Nine of their hours consist of conversation appointments with Learning Consultants. The other nine hours are face- to-face instruction, that focus on topics of pronunciation, reading, American culture, and academic skills.

    University Culture & Skills for AE Levels 4-6

    Students in Academic English Levels 4-6 can enroll in an additional course that complements their core study. Students will have a total of 18 hours of interaction. Eight of their hours consist of conversation appointments with Learning Consultants. The other ten hours are comprised of workshops. These workshop topics will focus primarily on academic culture and American university life.

      English Language for Mathematics Course

      This class is designed to give support in mathematics for Academic English Level 4 students who intend to study in an undergraduate program in the United States. It is meant to help students who are not familiar with studying math in English as well as those who have not studied math for a long time and need a review. Class Topics include Real Numbers, Graphs & Functions, Polynomials and Factoring, Rational Exponents and Radicals, and much more!

      GRE MATH

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students develop understanding of content and analytical knowledge of elementary Math concepts and terminology, and the ability to reason quantitatively and to model and solve problems with quantitative methods.

      GMAT MATH

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students develop understanding of content and analytical knowledge of elementary Math concepts and terminology, and the ability to reason quantitatively and to model and solve problems with quantitative methods.

      GMAT CRITICAL REASONING

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students develop reasoning skills involved in making arguments, evaluating arguments, and formulating or evaluating a plan of action.

      GMAT SENTENCE CORRECTION

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students develop skills necessary for the correct use of grammar, and develop the ability to form clear and effective sentences and the capacity to choose the most appropriate words.

      GRE-GMAT READING COMPREHENSION

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students develop the ability to understand a passage and answer question on the basis of what is stated and implied in the passage, in order to improve their score in the GRE-GMAT Reading Comprehension section

      GRE VOCABULARY

      The goal of this course is to help Grad students learn a variety of study strategies for memorizing GRE vocabulary and for deciphering difficult vocabulary by using the context.