Kaplan Free Practice Test

Posted on February 14th, 2012 by

Over the past few months, many Gustavus students have been preparing themselves for a standardized test that may help determine what graduate school they attend. Although studying is a great way to increase scores, there are few studying tactics that beat taking practice exams. To help improve test scores, Kaplan is once again giving students the opportunity to experience the test before actually having to sit down to the real thing. Kaplan’s Free Practice Test Event is offering the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, and PCAT to anyone with access to the internet. Kaplan’s “Classroom Anywhere” environment will give students a sense of what they will face on test day as well as a better idea of where they need improvement. The online version of the exam will last about four hours and is proctored will be just like the real test.

Upon completing the test, students will immediately be able to see their scores. Additionally, Kaplan instructors will lead the students through a short workshop with to review test-taking strategies and answer questions. For students feeling nervous about the quickly-approaching exam, this is a great way to ease the anxiety. If you are interested in signing up for the free practice test, visit bit.ly/GustPractice and fill out the web form. However, there are limited slots, so sign up as early as possible. The practice test takes place on Saturday, February 25th on any computer that has access to the internet. After completing the online sign-up, an email will be sent confirming your registration as well as providing instructions for checking in that Saturday. If you have any questions, feel free to stop in to the Center for Servant Leadership for help.


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