- For: Anyone seeking graduate school admission and needing to prepare for the GRE, LSAT, or TOEFL
- Cost: $255–$625
- Credits: No U of M credits
- Location: Classroom or online
Gain the upper hand on the GRE, LSAT, or TOEFL with grad school test prep courses from the University of Minnesota.
Test prep courses help you determine your readiness for the actual exam and pinpoint those areas on which you should focus your study. Course benefits include:
- a university-quality course at a moderate price
- a course format designed to accommodate working adult schedules
- knowledgeable instructors, averaging more than 10 years of experience teaching test prep courses
Optimize your score on the GRE through proven test-taking strategies and simulation exercises.
Five half-day classes are taught by math, verbal, and writing experts, who guide you through strategies and exercises and provide personalized feedback on your writing. Your tuition includes GRE prep materials.
Learn test-taking strategies to prepare for the LSAT. This course will help you:
- optimize your score on the LSAT
- learn proven methods for dealing with each question type on the LSAT
- work with test simulation exercises and gain confidence in your test-taking abilities
Your tuition includes:
- LSAT prep text and supplemental handouts
- “retired” LSAT tests and answer explanations
- a web tool that simulates the LSAT test environment and scoring
Related link: Law School Admission Council's website.
Learn important test-taking skills to prepare to take the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). This intensive course guides you through a review of the four skills assessed on the exam (reading, written expression, listening, and speaking) to help you succeed.
While this preparation course focuses on TOEFL, the review offered during the course is also useful if you are preparing for the paper-based TOEFL, IELTS, or MELAB exams.
- June 24−August 9, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:40−6:35 p.m.
- September 3-October 21, Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:40−6:35 p.m.
- January 21−March 16, Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:40−6:35 p.m.