Admissions Exams for Professional School

Most Professional Schools depend on entrance/admissions exams to help demonstrate an Applicants academic knowledge, which may be indicative of their chance of success as they continue through the respective Professional School. 

Exam preparation is imperative.  As a rule of thumb, most Students need to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week studying for their admission exam.


For specific information on Professional School entrance exams, visit the following links:

 
MCAT (Medical Admissions Test)

•  PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions Test)

•  OAT (Optometry Admissions Test)

•  GRE (Graduate Record Examination)
















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