Test Prep: GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT

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If you're planning to pursue a graduate level degree, then you're going to need to be prepared for the appropriate test.

For law school, there's the LSAT. For medical school, the MCAT. For most graduate schools, the GRE is the standardized test of choice. Below, you can find all the information you'll need to get yourself prepped to ace whichever test you face.

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If you're prepping for any of the standardized tests and examinations that you'll need to take to get into graduate school programs, be sure to check out all the resources that Peterson's has to offer, including these excellent practice tests.

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The GRE, or Graduate Record Examination, test is the test of choice for many graduate schools throughout America. The GRE has three sections: verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing. There may be additional components or requirements depending upon the specific graduate school you're hoping to apply to.

No matter where you're applying, though, you're going to want to do as well on the GRE as you possibly can.

Check out these articles on the GRE, and on the tips and strategies that'll get you through it, to prepare yourself:

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The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test, a test specifically designed to measure a student's preparedness and potential for business schools at the graduate level. If you're interested in pursuing an MBA, for example, then taking the GMAT is in your future. The test, like the GRE, has an analytical writing section, a quantitative section, and a verbal section.

If you want to prepare for the GMAT, then we have the tips and information you'll need.

Use the articles below to jump-start your GMAT preparations:

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The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is the prerequisite test for admission into law school. The LSAT has many sections on it, including logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical reasoning. In general, the LSAT is designed to assess students' logical and linguistic faculties, as those are the abilities that will be most important in law school.

If you want to get into a top tier law school, or really any law school, scoring well on the LSAT is important.

Read on to find out just how those high LSAT scores can be yours:

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The MCAT is the Medical College Admission Test. It is a standardized test used to assess the abilities of potential medical students, and it's the test you'll want to do well on if you want to go to medical school. The test covers the physical sciences, verbal reasoning, writing, and the biological sciences, and you'll need to know your stuff for each subject to be able to do well.

For more about the MCAT and what you need to know to achieve success, check out these articles:


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