HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE EXAMS
STUDY FOR THE SAT, ACT, AND MORE
Learning about the difference between the various high school exams required for college admissions is just another piece of knowledge every college-bound student (and parent) needs to know.
As early as freshman year, you will want to familiarize yourself with the focus of each exam to start building a calendar that allows for standardized testing prep before each test is scheduled.
You’ll also want to look at the admissions requirements of your wish-list colleges to make note of the tests they require and the time frame for submitting scores.
GRADUATE SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
THOUSANDS OF SCORES RAISED–YOURS IS NEXT
The LSAT is a skills-based exam designed to test the critical reading and analytical thinking skills that are crucial for success in law school.
The Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is an important step in the graduate school or business school application process.
The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based and computer-adaptive standardized exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) globally.
MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
THE FIRST CHOICE OF FUTURE DOCTORS
The Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT, is more than just a formality for medical school admissions. It is a multiple-choice, computer-based, standardized exam that is required for admission to med schools in the United States and Canada.
The MCAT exam not only measures your content knowledge in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology—it also tests your critical analysis and reasoning skills.
A strong MCAT score and GPA are just the beginning. To get into med school, you’ll need to craft an unforgettable personal statement and ace the interview.
STRATEGIES, PRACTICE, AND REVIEW
PROFESSIONAL AND LICENSURE EXAMS
BY EXPERTS, FOR EXPERTS
Unlike other knowledge-based exams, the USMLE thoroughly assesses how well you can apply your skills, values, and attitudes to real life, patient-centered scenarios.
The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN® exam) has one purpose: To determine if it’s safe for you to begin practice as an entry-level nurse.
Kaplan’s bar experts set the bar so you can pass it. Learn more about the bar exam, UBE, and MPRE.
TAKE A FREE PRACTICE TEST
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