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Mercer To Host GMAT Prep Course at Atlanta Campus

June 15, 2006

Course Contact:
(678) 547-6501
Media Contact:
Mark Vanderhoek
(478) 301-4037

ATLANTA — Beginning on July 20 Mercer University will offer a preparation course for the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). A program of Mercer’s College of Continuing and Professional Studies, the course will be offered on Mercer’s Cecil B. Day Campus in Atlanta on Thursdays from 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. between July 20 and Aug. 31.

Preregistration is required for this course. The deadline is July 13. The cost is $385, and includes textbook and materials. Mercer University alumni, faculty, staff and students will receive a 20 percent discount. For more information, contact Angie Macon at (678) 547-6501 or

Taught by a test prep professional, the courses are designed to help individuals achieve the highest possible score on the GMAT.

The GMAT math topics to be covered include all the basics of arithmetic, algebra and geometry as well as review the best methods to answer the multiple choice and date sufficiency questions on the GMAT.  Early classes will focus on diagnosing your strengths and weaknesses, and later classes, besides giving a review of all required math, will provide participants with the best tips to help them score their highest.

The verbal portion of the class will give participants a thorough review of all the verbal sections on the test, including sentence correction, reading comprehension and critical reasoning. 


About Mercer University:

Founded in 1833, Mercer University has campuses in Macon and Atlanta as well as regional academic centers in Douglas County, Henry County, Macon and Eastman. With 10 schools and colleges, the University offers programs in liberal arts, business, engineering, education, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, law and theology. On July 1 2006, the University will add its eleventh academic program, the School of Music. For 16 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has named Mercer University as one of the leading universities in the South. The Princeton Review has ranked it among the top 10 percent of colleges in the nation.

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