Graduate School Testing Information

This page has been developed for those students who have an interest in applying to graduate school. By using the Internet, you can locate the website for universities for which you have an interest. These sites can be found by naming the university and then adding [.edu]. The application process is usually described on one of their web pages. It will be to your advantage if you look into graduate school possibilities early in your undergraduate program. That will provide the time to acquire the information you need to meet the deadlines of their application process.

The following websites are provided to give you additional information on applying to graduate school and the tests needed to meet graduate school requirements. The majority of law schools will want to know the results of the LSAT. Medical schools will want the MCAT. If you are interested in a graduate program in business you will most likely take the GMAT. The majority of other graduate programs will use the GRE.

Applying to Graduate School Columbia University provides insightful pages on the application process
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Fast facts, Sample Test Questions, and FAQ
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) General Information, Official practice test, and Preparation
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Law School Admission Council - "lots" of information

On-line diagnostic exam

Frequently asked questions about the LSAT
Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) Specific information on the components of the MCAT

Columbia Review - All About the MCAT