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Testing for Graduate School

Many graduate schools in the United States require some sort of standardized test score for a student's application to be considered.  While the most common is the general GRE (Graduate Record Exam), specialized fields of study often require specialized tests.  Taking any graduate admissions test is both time consuming and potentially expensive, so it is important for applicants to choose the correct tests for their chosen graduate programs and thoroughly prepare for the testing outcome.  The resources in this section will help applicants understand which tests (if any) are right for their situations.

Testing for Graduate School

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