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Getting into Graduate School

Applying to Graduate School: This site, provided by the Princeton Review, offers useful advice on applying to graduate schools. Online applications from hundreds of schools can also be accessed from this site.

Graduate School Admissions Tests: GradSchools.com has teamed up with The Princeton Review to offer helpful information on all types of graduate program admissions testing. The site also includes online practice tests for individual programs.

Getting In: An Applicant's Guide to Graduate School- Deciding Where to Apply: Doctoral candidate David T. Burrell gives his insight and experiences in writing this guide. He describes sixteen things to consider and six other factors you may (or may not) want to use before applying and selecting a graduate school.

Prepmaster Review- LSAT Preparation: Developed by graduates of the University of Texas School of Law, PrepMaster specializes solely in preparing students for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Students can take a one-hour diagnostic sample test and learn more about what to expect on the LSAT.

MCAT Practice Questions:This site offers typical questions found on the Medical College Admission Test. Preparation packets and sample tests can be downloaded.

Kaplan News and Information: Kaplan is an educational company specializing in preparing students for college and graduate admissions exams. The site also provides career services information.