Graduate School

Graduate study allows you to focus your interests within a particular discipline. Graduate education typically requires an interest in significant writing and research.

CECE can help you with a variety of issues relating to exploring and applying to graduate programs of interest.

Exploring Graduate Programs 
Applying to Graduate School
Many graduate programs require  applicants to take an entrance exam as part of the application process.
  • GRE - Graduate Record exam -- the most common graduate level entrance exam
  • LSAT - Law School Admission Test - exam required for entry into law school
  • GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test - exam required by most business programs
  • MCAT - Medical College Admission Test - exam required for entry into medical school
  • MAT - The Miller Analogies Test - less common general graduate level entrance exam
  • TOEFL - The Test of English as a Foreign Language - used by international students applying to programs of study in the United States and is often used in place of the GRE.
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