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Graduate & Professional School Exams

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Learning Express - Study resources for various graduate entrance exams GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, MCAT, PCAT (This link will take you to the Vogel Library homepage.  In the OneSearch box, click on databases A-Z, and select the letter "L" for Learning Express.  Next, click on the Learning Express Library and "Register" which grants you access to all of the study materials.

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EXAMS
Dental Admission Test (DAT): The DAT is designed to measure general academic ability, comprehension of scientific information, and perceptual ability. The DAT is administered year round at test centers operated by Prometric Inc.

Graduate Record Examination (GRE): The GRE consists of an Analytical Writing section that contains two essay questions, two Verbal Ability (vocabulary and reading) sections that each contain 20 multiple-choice questions, and two Quantitative Ability (math) sections that each contain 20 multiple-choice questions. There is also a sixth, experimental section that can be either Verbal or Quantitative. This section does not count toward your final score — it is used to test questions for use on future exams. 

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT): This test is used mostly by business/management schools. The GMAT is comprised of four sections: an Analytical Writing Assessment section, an Integrated Reasoning section, a Quantitative Section and a Verbal Section.

Law School Admission Test (LSAT): The LSAT has 4 main sections – Logical Reasoning (also known as Arguments), Analytical Reasoning (also known as Games), Reading Comprehension, and an essay.

Medical College Admission Test (MCAT): The MCAT has four components: Scientific Reasoning: The Physical Sciences, Verbal Reasoning, Scientific Reasoning: The Biological Sciences and an optional trial section.

Optometry Admission Test (OAT): The OAT is a multiple-choice test that has four parts including Survey of the Natural Sciences, Reading Comprehension, Physics, and Quantitative Reasoning.

Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT): The current PCAT includes five multiple-choice subtests that are used to measure candidates’ abilities and knowledge in five content areas: Biology, Chemistry, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Ability, and Verbal Ability. The PCAT also includes a Writing subtest consisting of an essay prompt (topic) on which candidates will compose their essay.

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): Used to test the English language ability of persons whose native tongue is not English. This test does not replace any of the others.