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Kaplan Survey: Most Medical Schools Say They’ve Made Admissions Process More Flexible amid COVID-19 Crisis and Application Surge

New York, NY (November 9, 2020) — Competition to secure a coveted seat in medical school will always remain fierce, but according to a new Kaplan survey, now may be the most convenient time in recent memory to apply.

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Kaplan Survey: Colleges Give Themselves Mediocre Grades On Reopening Campuses During the COVID-19 Crisis

New York, NY (October 19, 2020) — When evaluating how they reopened their campuses this fall amid coronavirus, most colleges and universities acknowledge that they have not earned high marks, according to a new Kaplan survey of admissions officers at over 300 institutions of higher learning across the United States.

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Kaplan Survey: Law Schools Say Applicants Who Take At-Home Version of LSAT® Amid COVID-19 Not at Admissions Disadvantage

New York, NY (September 22, 2020) — There’s good news for law school applicants amid the most unpredictable admissions cycle in recent history. According to a new Kaplan survey of nearly 100 law schools across the United States, taking the shorter, one-hour and 45 minutes, at-home version of the usual LSAT exam—called the LSAT-Flex—will not put ...

Kaplan Creates Course for Financial Data Professional Institute to Help Working Professionals Earn their Credential

New York, NY (September 14, 2020) – Kaplan, the world leader in educational services, has created a preparation (prep) course for the Financial Data Professional Institute, which educates financial professionals about the emerging field of data science and its practical applications in the financial sector.

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Boost by Kaplan Teams Up with Find Your Grind to Inspire and Help Pre-College Students Chart their Education and Career Paths

New York, NY (August 17, 2020) — -Boost by Kaplan, an innovative online program designed to help pre-college students learn what careers look like and the skills needed to succeed in them, is working with Find Your Grind to deliver a highly engaging approach to learning and navigating the path to self-discovery and success.

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Boost by Kaplan Partners with The Myers–Briggs Company to Help Students Assess How Their Interests Can Translate to Increased College Readiness and Career Success

New York, NY (August 4, 2020) — Boost by Kaplan, an innovative online program designed to provide pre-college age students with an invaluable career exploration experience to accelerate college and career readiness, has partnered with world-renowned assessment organization The Myers-Briggs Company to provide students with personal insights to ...

13-Year-Old Guinness World Record Holder from Louisiana Wins First Kaplan Online Spelling Bee

New York, NY (August 3, 2020) — After six days, 18 hours, and 504 words delivered through 31 rounds of spelling, 13 year old Zaila Avant-garde, a 7th grader from Harvey, LA, beat out 88 of the best young spellers in the country to win the first ever Kaplan Online Spelling Bee, hosted over the weekend in association with Hexco ...

Kaplan Survey: Majority of Law Schools Predict Their Entering 2020 Class Sizes Will be the Same Size as Last Year, Despite the COVID-19 Crisis

New York, NY (July 28, 2020) — Despite COVID-19’s role as the ultimate disrupter across the entire U.S. education sector, a new Kaplan survey of law schools nationwide finds stability on the admissions landscape. More than half (52 percent) of admissions officers surveyed say they believe their entering class size for fall 2020 will be about ...

Boost by Kaplan Collaborates with Google to Give High School Graduates Insights into Working in Business and Technology

New York, NY (July 22, 2020) — Boost by Kaplan, an innovative online booster program designed to provide pre-college age students with an invaluable career exploration experience to accelerate college and career readiness, has collaborated with Google to provide insights about what it’s like in the real world of work, the importance of high ...

Kaplan Survey: Law School Graduates Divided on Pass/Fail Grading Amid COVID-19, But Majority Oppose it Becoming the New Normal

New York, NY (June 17, 2020) — There’s a hung jury among newly minted law school graduates in the case of their alma maters’ swift shift to pass/fail grading amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new Kaplan survey. Of the nearly 200 graduates polled, 48 percent support the change; and 41 percent oppose it, with the rest unsure of what to ...