Before you can be accepted into graduate school, you must take a standardized entrance exam to determine your readiness for graduate level work, much like you were required to take the ACT or SAT before beginning your undergraduate degree. The Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC) will help you prepare to do your best on the exam, providing access to online study aids and offering opportunities for you to take practice examinations. There are also links to the official websites of these tests so you can determine the nearest testing center, schedule your exam, learn about what costs are involved, and discover other useful information. Below is a list of the exams you may need to take, depending on your field of study:
Follow these steps to find the resources provided through TERC to help you prepare for your upcoming graduate school exam.
Here you will find several options to help you prepare for your future. TERC will assist you with searching for a grad school, finding and applying for scholarships, creating a resume, interviewing and networking, and preparing for your grad school exam. For this example, we will look more at preparing to take the GRE.