GRADUATE SCHOOL: GETTING STARTED
General Information about Graduate School
Offers search engine for graduate programs by school or by area of study. A great place to start to look for programs.
Offers general information about the process of applying to graduate school, taking visitors through the selection process of the program, applying, interviewing, and, perhaps most usefully, methods of maximizing your financial aid offer.
and Peterson's Guide to Graduate Schools
Offers search engine for graduate programs of all types, advice on writing application essays, test prep, and financial aid information.
Go to Graduate School? (U of Washington Department of
A discussion of the professional and scholarly reasons to go, along with how to investigate if graduate school in English is for you.
Scholarship, Internship, and Fellowship Directory
Sponsored by Congresswoman Roybal-Allard, this site offers lots of financial aid options for both graduate and undergraduate students. Includes special aid offers for specific types of programs.
This site offers information on scholarships and loans, planning your financial future while continuing your education, expense calculators, and a FAQ section on paying for an education.
One of the more competitive graduate-level scholarship programs, this prestigious award helps students who wish to pursue graduate study abroad.
One of the oldest international studies scholarships, this Oxford University program is a highly competitive scholarship for those interested in continuing their undergraduate work in their field by studying abroad.
- ETS Home Page
Provides information on GRE, GMAT, GMAT, and PRAXIS tests. Discusses both in-person and computer-based test options. Gives registration dates and locations. Allows on-line registration for tests and offers practice tests.
This is the standard test for most graduate schools. Be aware that many programs expect a subject test in addition to the standard math and verbal battery.
The standard education test for teaching certification.
- LSAT Home
The standardized test for law school admissions.
The graduate school admissions test for Business Management programs.
The medical school test required by virtually all medical programs.
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