Prepare for Admissions Tests

Test preparation has been proven to make a difference in increasing scores. Here you will find resources and advice on preparing for various admission tests that may be required for some Graduate programs.

 

LSAT vs. GRE for Law School–Which to Take and How to Ace Both

Law school admissions typically require that applicants take one of two tests: the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). As the names imply, the LSAT is specific to law school while the GRE is applicable …

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GMAT vs. GRE for Business School—Which Should You Take (and How to Ace Both)

GMAT vs. GRE: Overview

When applying for top MBA programs such as Harvard Business School or the Stanford Graduate School of Business, you’ll need to take the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) or GRE (Graduate Record Examination). One of these …

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A Shorter GRE® Test: Measuring Graduate Readiness in Half the Time

This article was originally published on ETS.

NEW: A free, timed practice test for the shorter GRE is now available. See Helping Students Prepare.

The world’s most widely used test for admission to graduate, business and other professional schools is …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Counselor
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Virtual Road Trips to the Real World – Employer Site Visit over Winter Break!

Arcadia students are invited to take a virtual Road Trip to the Real World! Road Trips offer college students the opportunity to attend a virtual employer site visit between January 4 – 19, 2022. Host companies will talk about their …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Counselor
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The term Student Outcomes refers to undergraduate outcomes within the 6-9 months following graduation, providing a snapshot of Arcadia undergraduates’ success following degree completion. The data is collected through a survey distributed to students at graduation, and again in the months following, along with knowledge gained from faculty, LinkedIn, and phone calls to our graduates, in accordance with national standards. The knowledge rate of outcomes for each class was 86% for the class of 2022, 79% for the class of 2021, 81% for the class of 2020, and 87% for the class of 2019, though response rates vary among colleges and departments.

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