A good score on the Physics GRE is an important ingredient in applying to graduate school. To help prepare for the test, the CPAPC organizes Physics GRE Boot Camps alternately for students from northern and southern California. [Click to see sites from earlier bootcamps: Feb 2011 (CSU Long Beach); Sep 2011 (UC Davis); May 2012 (CSU Long Beach); Sep 2012 (UC Davis).] Below are pictures and information from the August 2013 Southern California Bootcamp.
PHYSICS GRE BOOTCAMP
August 23-24, 2013
California State University
The CPAPC GRE Boot camp is intended for students from Southern California.
The boot camp primarily targets students underrepresented in Physics from CSU campuses, but is open to all students at local CSU and UC campuses.
Lodging for Friday
night, August 23, 2013 is provided for students identified as belonging
to underrepresented groups in Physics and come from farther away. Contact
Andreas Bill for information on lodging once you have registered. We
can only guarantee lodging if you register by August 16, 2013. Other
students may qualify depending on available funding.
(Underrepresented groups in Physics as identified by the American Physical Society are women and members of Hispanic-, African-, or Native American ethnic groups/races).
Please register by August 16, 2013.
Late registration will be allowed in exceptional cases.
University Long Beach (see maps
Hall of Science (HSCI) – rooms 100-107 (across from the bookstore)
Meals will be taken on site near the Hall of Science.
Dr. Andreas Bill,
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Email: email@example.com, Tel: 562-985-8616, Hall of Science, room 262 or 220
Boot Camp Agenda
Sessions are held in the new Hall of Sciences
Donuts & coffee
Take full GRE
exam under realistic exam
(drinks & donuts)
exam, Introduce TAs & form
Grad Student Talk
Group work I
End first day
Group work II
Group work III
physics graduate programs
(by UC faculty members of southern California)
Lunch with UC
and strategies to succeed at the
Adjourn, Faculty available for
The Boot camp is organized by the California Professoriate for Access to Physics Careers (www.physics.ucdavis.edu/cpapc) and generously funded by the UC Davis Office of Graduate Studies and by the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at CSU Long Beach.