Testing Information

The CDO maintains current information on the all of the standardized tests required for admission to graduate school, including test dates, sites, and information about preparatory courses. The resources listed below should answer many of your questions about the tests you will need to take, but you can always contact us to find out more.

Graduate School Entrance Exams: 
GRE General Exam
This is the site for the Graduate Record Examination, which includes registration information, study materials, and practice tests.

Changes to the GRE
From the Princeton Review, check out some information on the proposed changes to the GRE, which will begin in August 2011.

GRE Infocenter: Resources on the new GRE
Offers a range of online support resources to help you learn details about the new GRE (scheduled to launch in August 2011).  Addresses changes to score scales, content, test functionality and more.

GRE Subject Tests

Get an overview of the GRE subject tests, which inlcude Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology; Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Literature in English; Mathematics; Physics; and Psychology.

Miller Analogies Test
Accepted by some graduate programs in place of the GRE.

Health Professions Entrance Exams:
Dental Admissions Test (DAT)
This site gives an overview of the DAT, as well as links to register online.

Medical College Admission Test (MCAT):
This page includes topics covered on the MCAT as well as practice questions and study notes.

Optometry Admissions Testing (OAT)
Get information on the testing required for optometric education programs.

Veterinary School Admissions (GRE):
Most veterinary schools require the GRE as a part of the application.   

Law School Entrance Exam:
Law School Admissions Exam (LSAT)
The webpage for the Law School Admissions Council, with information on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

LSAT Preparation Diversity Scholarship Program
Sponsored by Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, The Princeton Review, and the minority student organizations at the University of Texas School of Law.  Created to provide racially and ethnically diverse law school candidates an increased opportunity for law school admission. Open to all racially and ethnically diverse college students planning to attend law school. Scholarship recipients will receive the full tuition to attend The Princeton Review's LSAT preparation classroom course.

Management/Business School Entrance Exam:
Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
This website includes answers to frequently asked questions, as well as basic format and registration information for the GMAT. 

Teacher Licensure & Certification Exams:
This site provides details about the Praxis (I, II, and III), including test format and registration information.

Test Preparation Resources:

Take free sample GRE or GMAT exams, learn test strategies, and get preparation software for immediate downloading.

Provides free GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT practice exams.

Get helpful suggestions on preparing for the GRE, including a general test review, practice questions in each section, and a practice test with answer explanations.


Kaplan offers great information on graduate school, test preparation, and admissions.

Provides free online GRE test preparation

Princeton Review
Offers information on testing courses, as well as a variety of information on applying to graduate school.
Offers free resources for those preparing for a wide range of graduate school, vocational, and professional tests.  Includes not only entrance exams (such as the GRE and LSAT), but also CPA exams and Praxis I & II.
Offers 6 free full-length GRE practice exams.

Testing for the Public
Offers a unique strategy that emphasizes thinking like the test makers to be a successful standardized test taker. Provides support for the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE.

TestMasters LSAT Preparation
Provides resources for preparing for the LSAT, including a test preparation course.