1. ACT
    If you are college bound, you are considering the ACT Assessment. Almost all undergraduate colleges and universities require that prospective students take either the ACT or the SAT, and most students take both. Prepare for all of the question types found on the ACT. You will practice on actual ACT tests from previous years, and correct and incorrect answers are fully explained and interpreted.
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  2. GMAT
    Most MBA programs across the country and internationally require a Graduate Management Admission Test score for program admission. Since 1980, this course has prepared students around the world for graduate school, and this unique online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment. The GMAT has four different sections—analytical writing, integrated reasoning, verbal and quantitative. The online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the verbal and analytical writing sections of the GMAT and one to prepare you for the quantitative and integrated reasoning sections.
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  3. GRE
    Applying to graduate school usually means taking the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) General Test. Since 1980, this course has prepared students around the world for graduate school, and this unique online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment. The online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the verbal sections of the GRE and one to prepare you for the quantitative sections.
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  4. LSAT
    Applying to law school means taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). Obtain an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law, and law school survival techniques. It includes an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers, explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and approaches for selecting the correct answers. Learn proven test-taking techniques and participate in an intensive review of analytical reasoning questions, including techniques for drafting the most helpful types of diagrams and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices. You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor for the writing sample.
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  5. SAT
    If you are college bound, you will probably be required to take the SAT. This course will prepare you for all of the question types found on the SAT using test-taking techniques taught to thousands of college-bound students around the world. We will analyze each of the test question areas and give special consideration to math and verbal refreshers and techniques aimed at relieving test-taking anxiety. You will practice on actual SAT tests from previous years, and we fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect answers in an online or live lecture format.
    Online / Syllabus / $150 / Register now
  6. SAT/ACT
    Almost all undergraduate colleges and universities require that prospective students take either the ACT or the SAT, and most students take both. Taking this course first will prepare you for all of the question types found on the SAT and ACT using test-taking techniques taught to thousands of college-bound students around the world. We will analyze each of the test question areas and give special consideration given to math and verbal refreshers and techniques aimed at relieving test-taking anxiety. You will practice on actual SAT and ACT tests from previous years, and we fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect answers in an online or live lecture format.
    Online / Syllabus / $250 / Register now