Graduate Exams and Test Prep

The Piper Center for Vocation and Career offers several resources for test preparation.

Online Resources

The Northfield Public Library has a great online test preparation resource called Learning Express. At this site, students can take practice exams online and score themselves. This service is free to students with a Northfield Public Library card. Students can get a library card at the Northfield Public Library using their student ID, and can then log onto Learning Express from any computer.

The Princeton Review has free and fee-based test-prep resources for the GREGMAT and LSAT with both online and in-person instruction options. This website also offers information about free practice tests for the GREGMAT AND LSAT. More GRE-specific preparation information can be found at this page on the ETS website.

Kaplan Test Prep also offers test preparation, as does the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education.

Some of the specific exam sites, listed below, also offer test preparation, so be sure to check out these websites.

Piper Center Resources

The Piper Center for Vocation and Career lends out GRE, GMAT, and LSAT practice books that help with strategies and review. Stop by the Piper Center to check out these resources.

Test-Specific Websites

GRE Web Site: Graduate Record Exam

Phone: 1-800-GRE-CALL (Register by phone) OR 1-800-537-3160 (Purchase Publications via Credit Card)

Fax: 1-609-771-7906

GMATWeb Site: Graduate Management Admission Test

Phone: 1-800-GMAT-NOW (Scheduling) OR 1-609-771-7330 (Information)

Fax: 1-609-883-4349 E-mail: gmat@ets.org

GMAT practice questions and study tip sites: www.gmatpracticeprep.com & http://www.gmatexampracticetests.com

LSAT/LSDAS Web Site: Law School Admission Test/Law School Data Assembly Service

Phone: 1-215-968-1001

Fax: 1-215-968-1119

E-mail: LSACinfo@LSAC.org

MCAT Web Site: Medical College Admission Test

Phone: Registration/administration info: (319) 337-1357, Policy & research Info: (202) 828-0690

Fax: 1-202-828-1120

E-mail: mcat@aamc.org

“What do I need to do to get in to medical school?” – written by Ted Johnson & Jean Porterfield, Biology Department

AMCAS Web Site: American Medical College Application Service

Phone: 1-202-828-0600

Fax: 1-202-828-1125

Email: amcas@aamc.org

AACPMAS Web Site: American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine Admission Service

Phone: 1-800-922-9266

Fax: 1-301-948-1928

Email: aacpmas@aacpm.org

AADSAS/DATP Web Site: Dental School Admission Test

Phone: 1-312-440-2500

Fax: 1-312-440-2800

Email: www.ada.org/index.asp

AHPAT Web Site: Allied Health Professionals Admission Test

Phone: 1-800-622-3231

Fax: 1-210-921-8861

PCAT Web Site: Pharmacy College Admission Test

Phone: 1-800-622-3231

Fax: 1-210-921-8861

Email: scoring.services@harcourt.com

VCAT Web Site: Veterinary College Admission Test

Phone: 1-800-622-3231

Fax: 1-210-921-8861

Web Site: Miller Analogies Test

Phone: 1-800-622-3231

Fax: 1-210-921-8861

MAT Carleton administers the MAT; call x4293 for information

Email: MATScoring.Services@harcourt.com

TOEFL Web Site: Test of English as a Foreign Language

Phone: 1-800-GO-TOEFL

Fax: 1-609-771-7500

Email: toefl@ets.org