Graduate School Test Prep
At a Glance
Credits: No U of M credit
Delivery: Classroom or online
Gain the upper hand on the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, PCAT, or TOEFL with grad school test prep courses from the University of Minnesota.
Test prep courses help you determine your readiness for the actual exam and pinpoint those areas on which you should focus your study.
Test prep courses offer dedicated, motivated graduate school hopefuls a number of key benefits including
- a university-quality course at a moderate price;
- a course format designed to accommodate working adult schedules;
- knowledgeable instructors, averaging more than 10 years of experience teaching test prep courses.
Upcoming Test Prep Courses
|Test Prep Type||Find Dates||Details||Official Test Site|
|GRE||on campus | online||Work with test simulation exercises to optimize your score.
|GMAT||on campus | online||Learn test-taking strategies to prepare for the verbal, quantitative, and analytical sections of the four-hour test.||GMAT|
|LSAT||on campus||Learn how to study effectively in the areas most likely to appear.||LSAT|
|PCAT||coming summer 2015||Work with test simulation exercises to prepare.||PCAT|
|TOEFL||on campus||Take part in an intensive review of the four skills assessed on the exam: reading, writing expression, listening, speaking.||TOEFL|
|Math Refresher for the GRE and GMAT||on campus||Master math fundamentals (arithmetic, algebra, and geometry concepts). Take practice tests. Learn test-taking strategies.|
Who Typically Takes a Test Prep Course?
If you are pursuing graduate school admission and need to prepare for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, PCAT, or TOEFL, you fit the profile of a typical Test Prep student. The age of students ranges from those just finishing their undergraduate degree to those who have been out of school for years. If there is a need to prepare specifically for the mathematics portion of the test, some students will take the Math Refresher course to help increase their math scores.