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Before you start your MCAT prep, you should get some basic information about the test.
The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) assesses mastery of basic scientific concepts, problem solving, and critical thinking, as well as general writing skills.
Use these sample MCAT test questions as part of your MCAT prep to help you get ready for the actual test and see where to focus your study time
As of January 2007, the MCAT exam completed its transition from a paper-based exam to a computer-based exam. All administrations of the MCAT
Use these sample GMAT test questions to see where to focus your GMAT review and get an idea of what to expect on the actual test
Taking the Miller Analogies Test as part of your graduate admission process? Be sure to get prepared with an online MAT practice test.
If you're taking the LSAT test to get into law school, make sure your LSAT review includes an LSAT practice test to help you determine where to focus your study time.
If you're taking the GMAT test, be sure to take a GMAT practice test to help you prepare as part of your GMAT review.
Taking the GRE test? Focus your study time for the GRE exam and identify strengths and weaknesses by taking a GRE practice test.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test required for admission into law schools approved by the American Bar Association.
The road to becoming a doctor takes 11 to 16 years (medical school admission requirements, med school, residency…), and you'll be at least thirty before you're ready to start your own practice.
Both degrees and jobs in computing are becoming increasingly specialized. For this reason, it is more important than ever to fully research a computing degree program so that you can be certain that the program will provide you with the knowledge and experience that you need for your career.
Are you considering going to graduate school? Are you aware of all your options, and what a graduate program involves -- financially, mentally, and emotionally?
If you're planning on going to graduate school, you'll probably need to take the GRE test (or the "Graduate Record Exam"). It's the most commonly required admission test for grad school.
Use these sample GRE test questions to get an idea of what will be on the GRE exam and see what material you should focus your preparation on
Use these sample LSAT test questions as part of your LSAT prep to see where to focus your study time and help you get ready for what to expect on the actual test.
In addition to the general GRE test, some graduate schools or fellowship committees may require you to take additional GRE Subject Tests.
Today’s companies need individuals who can work in teams comprised of people from a broad range of backgrounds and find a path to success by maximizing the strengths of each member.
A graduate school degree can improve an individual's skill set, knowledge base, marketability, and earning potential. Over the course of a lifetime, a person with
Read through reliable lists of grad school rankings. These are all good resources to help you identify appropriate schools, especially if you're not sure where to start
Whether you're in college or a working professional, finding the right grad program takes planning and a good grad school timeline!
Expect late nights and loads of reading. In fact, expect a lot more work than you ever dreamed of as an undergrad.
If you’ve been out in the real world and working for a few years, returning to graduate school for a degree may involve overcoming some issues that you likely never had to deal with as an undergrad.
The two main types of graduate degrees offered are the master's degree and the doctoral degree. Students pursuing doctoral degrees complete their master's degrees first and then move on to their doctoral level work.
To go or not to go, that is the question. Graduate school sounds like a great option for… what exactly?
If you're taking the GMAT test, be sure that your GMAT review includes practice tests and key tips and strategies from a GMAT prep book.
Find out about associations in health professions in this article, including associations for nurses, pharmacists, and physician assistants.
Some 5 million allied health professionals serve in fields that encompass more than thirty specialty areas. Find out more in this article.
An M.P.A. helps you learn an interdisciplinary approach that will help you to lead, implement policy, solve problems, and improve efficiency in organizations, institutions, and different levels of government. Find out more in this article.
With a Perkins loan, you may be able to avoid paying back any money for graduate school. Find out more here.