Date - 09/08/2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jay Rosner is an admissions test expert based in the San Francisco bay area, but his work is national in scope. He specializes in preparing and coaching underrepresented minority (URM) students for tests such as the SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, MCAT and LSAT. He also does workshops for admissions officers, faculty, administrators, counselors, and nonprofit organizations on the topic of minorities and testing.
Jay, an affirmative action advocate, testified as an expert witness in favor of affirmative action in Grutter, the landmark University of Michigan Law School affirmative action case, and co-authored a law review article cited in several Supreme Court briefs in that case. He has served as a consultant on a wide range of admission testing issues, and an advisor to test-takers in disputes with test developers. He regularly does presentations and workshops both at national conferences and for university, high school and nonprofit programs.
“Getting your best GMAT or GRE score is neither about luck, nor fortuitous (a good GRE vocabulary word) events. Your best GMAT or GRE score results from clearlyunderstanding how to most effectively approach and prepare for this test. ”