Directions: Describe your first day or two in this country or city. What did you do? What
did you think? What did you see? Who did you meet? Did you have any interesting
experiences? How did you feel about this place?
Then write about how you feel about this place now. In what ways are your present
experiences here different from your earlier experiences?
Although this GRE Practice General Test is in the
paper-based format, it is a valuable practice exercise
for the computer-based General Test because
question types are the same for both formats.
The information on page 3 does not pertain to the
computer-based General Test. For a description of
the test and suggested test-taking strategies, see the
current GRE Bulletin or visit the GRE Web site at
All three core courses are designed to prepare students for the LEAP outcome of life-long learning. As such the
courses should teach students how to frame questions, analyze underlying causes, brainstorm solutions, and
critically analyze the methods for implementation. An evidence-based public health or population health approach
can help students to achieve all of these objectives. An extended example of the population health approach, with
links to an array of Internet resources, is available at www.teachpublichealth.org under resources.
Richard Kilburg brings his many years of expertise in working with org anizations in crises to this book on executive coaching. Kilburg demo nstrates how managers untrained in interpersonal skills can, under pre ssure, allow the "shadow" side of their and their organization's perso nalities to undermine desired change and growth. In clear and engagin g language, Executive Coaching helps consultants and managers understa nd the chaotic processes and psychodynamic problems that can influence executive behavior and performance.