Graduate and Professional School Information
For students planning on attending graduate or professional school, the Career Engagement Center provides test registration materials, resources for researching schools and potential areas of interest, books and CDs to help with test preparation, and assistance with applications and personal statements.
Choose from the categories below to find:
- General Information
- Graduate School Admissions Testing
- Writing Personal Statements and Essays
- Graduate School Admissions Roadmap
Additional Cornell Resources
- Cornell Center for Law and Society
- MCAT Prep/Health Professions Committee
- GMAT Prep/MBA Program Assistance
- American Dental Association: Provides lots of information for pre-dental students including a list of dental schools throughout the US and Canada.
- Art Schools: Search for art schools throughout the US and the world.
- Council of Graduate Schools: This site provides fellowships and awards for students. Go into "Programs and Awards" and then "Resources for Students".
- FinAid.com: This site has information about everything from scholarships to loans.
- Grad Loans: Provides lots of information on finding money for graduate school.
- Graduate School Financial Aid and Fellowships: The University of California, San Diego's handouts on financing graduate and professional school.
- Gradview.com: Provides lots of information on graduate school including why (pros and cons), getting in (choosing, applying, financial aid), and surviving.
- GradSchools.com: An online directory of graduate school programs.
- Grad School PHD directory of available programs.
- International Graduate Schools: Find graduate schools around the world.
- Online Graduate Programs: A site with diverse perspectives and information about online graduate programs. Also information on how to apply to graduate school, whether graduate school is right for you, and tips for surviving graduate school.
- Petersons.com: One of the best sites on the Net for searching out graduate school programs.
- The Princeton Review: Not sure if grad school is for you? Check out this site's very informative articles.
- Student Doctor:The Student Doctor Network (SDN) is a nonprofit web site, dedicated to the pre-health and health professional student community. Their mission is to assist and encourage students as they traverse the challenging and complicated health professions education process. They do this by hosting an online community and meeting-place, providing free and unbiased resources, and serving as a clearinghouse for associated information. Some really helpful information for anyone applying to programs in the medical field or once you are there.
- US News and World Report: Find graduate school rankings, articles and tools.
- GRE - Graduate Record Exam
- LSAT - Law School Admissions Test
- GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test
- MCAT - Medical College Admission Test
- DAT- Dental Aptitude Test
- PCAT - Pharmacy College Admissions Test
- The Praxis Series (for beginning teachers)
More information and practice tests can be found on the following sites:
- The Learning Express: a service that our Library has access to where students can access over 300 practice tests (GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT) and skill builders.
- The Educational Testing Service Network: Gateway to definitive information on college and graduate school tests including Advanced Placement, SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, and PRAXIS. Online registration.
- GRE Test Prep
- GRE Stdy Guide
- Kaplan: Contains information about classroom, and online courses, tutoring, software and books available for test preparation.
- Peterson's Test Prep: A service provided by Petersons.com, this site allows you download free software to help you prepare for TOFEL, GRE, MCAT, GMAT and the LSAT exams.
- The Princeton Review: This site contains information about the GRE everything from taking the test to scoring.
- Test Prep Center: This site provides you with information and test prep software for the GRE, LSAT, GMAT and MCAT.
- TOEFL OnLine: Information about the Test of English as a Foreign Language examination.