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GRE®, GMAT®, and LSAT® Prep

The GRE®, LSAT®, and GMAT® exams, like the SAT® and ACT® exams used by schools as part of the undergraduate admissions process, are quite coachable. Focus on both fundamentals and a methodical approach of applying techniques specific to each exam allows students to master them. Contact me so that we can start you on the path to your best possible score. 

The GRE®

As the exam used for general ed programs, this is taken by most potential grad students who aren't taking something specific to other programs, such as the MCAT®, LSAT®, or GMAT®. Increasingly, many law schools and business programs accept it. High-quality GRE® private prep and serious study can help improve scores and, consequently, chances of admission to the program of your choice. 

GRE® Home Page  Long associated with the SAT®, Educational Testing Service writes the GRE®, amongst other exams. Registration and obtaining of score reports must be done through this site. 

Introduction to the Issue Task The overview for this essay is included, along with the list of prompts and topics that may appear on your exam. The scoring guide is linked from this page as well.   

WordNet  Building a strong vocabulary is an important part of improving Verbal scores on the GRE®. This simple page (representing a remarkably complex project) was built by researchers at Princeton University and serves as an excellent online dictionary. 

This page provides the latest information on testing procedures from Prometric, the company that runs the test centers for ETS.


 The LSAT remains a mainstay of the law school admissions process. It consists of three sections and a writing sample, but excludes a section that specifically calls on application of Math concepts. The extent to which this is either good or bad news may help determine which exam is best for you.

Law School Admissions Council LSAC is the organization that develops and administers the LSAT®.

Law Hub Visit this page on the LSAC site to subscribe to access online practice exams. These are essential to preparation because the exam is only delivered as a computerized test.

Changes To The LSAT® Much as the GRE® and the GMAT® have just done, the LSAT® is changing format. In the case of the LSAT®, this change comes in August of 2024. Most notably, the Analytical Reasoning section, often called the “Logic Games,” is being eliminated.


The exam is a mainstay of the business school admissions process. Like the GRE®, it is now done exclusively in testing centers, in computer-adaptive form, which means that the computer adjusts the questions presented to you based on your success on previous questions.  

The GMAT® Exam This is the main page for the exam.  It includes general information on the exam.  Links to register for the GMAT® along with most other links that you would need can be found on this page. 

GMAT® Testing Center Operating Status This is the place to look for updated information on testing center availability. 

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