Graduate School Assistance
Hello, my name is Colin Burns, the Campus Manager from the South Bend Kaplan Center. I hope everyone is having a great start to the spring semester. At Kaplan, we conduct test preparation for graduate school exams (MCAT, GRE, DAT/OAT, PCAT, LSAT, GMAT) through free events and prep courses.
I wanted to let students know about our free spring graduate school practice tests at the University of Notre Dame. This year, we have them scheduled for Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 at 10AM. The location will be at DeBartolo Hall. We have free practice tests scheduled for the MCAT, GRE and LSAT. The best part about the practice tests is they're free, we don't send the scores to anyone and not only do you get an overall score but a detailed breakdown in each section and question type. Students will be able to get their scores back within 15 minutes of the end of each free practice exam.
To register for the MCAT, LSAT or GRE free practice tests on Saturday, Feb. 23rd, go to http://www.formstack.com/forms/?1365920-WsVml3kFPv, select the test you want to take at the University of Notre Dame, complete the form and click submit at the bottom. You'll receive an immediate confirmation e-mail and a reminder one a few days before the event on 2/23/2013.
If you can't make this date or want to take another a free test in a different area (GMAT, DAT/OAT, PCAT), choose from the Classroom Anywhere list, which are held online on different dates until the first week of March.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or at 574-310-9399. Thanks and have a great day!
Taking the GRE/GMAT Tests
These official tests (the ones whose scores are reported to the grad schools), may be taken locally at the Sylvan Learning Center, located at 3005 Grape Road, Suite A. You may register directly for these Computer Based Tests by contacting the local Sylvan Office at 574.254.0406.
- GRE Online
- GMAT Online
- Graduate School Guide
- Peterson's Education Center
- Personal Statements and Application Letters
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