Galvanize, a Chennai-based online EdTech company that offers end-to-end personalized learning solutions for students and working professionals aspiring to study abroad, today announced that the University of Colorado Boulder’s McNair Scholars Program has selected Galvanize’s highly rated GRE Prep course for their scholarship students. Galvanize’s online GRE Prep course has been used by thousands of students from 55+ countries to gain graduate program admissions into top universities in 18 countries. After evaluating numerous test prep providers, the scholars coordinators at the university approved the GRE course offered by Galvanize, which combines technology-enabled personalization with a human touch to offer a tailored study plan and feedback for each student based on their needs and goals. The 100% online GRE course includes 2000+ high-quality questions and explanations, 30+ hours of video and full-length GRE practice tests.
The McNair Scholars Program is a US federal-funded program designed to prepare undergraduate students for doctoral studies, with a goal to increase PhD degrees awarded to American students from underrepresented and underprivileged segments of society. The US government allocates approximately $50 million every year to the program to help students from such backgrounds apply to PhD programs.
“We are delighted that the McNair Scholars Program at a world-class university like Colorado Boulder has selected our GRE course for scholarship students preparing to take the GRE,” said Pavithra Srinivasan, Galvanize Co-Founder and Stanford University alumna. “We see this as a strong endorsement not just of Galvanize’s trusted GRE Prep content and effective teaching methodology, but also of the positive outcomes we have delivered for thousands of students over the years.”