Test Your Best
Trying to wade through the acronyms, dates and purposes of all the major high school evaluations has become almost as difficult as the exams themselves. To help decipher the test talk, we compiled a chart of all the major high school assessments in words that don’t cause brain fatigue.
After you’ve taken these tests and reviewed the scores, take some time to evaluate your performance: What part of the test was the easiest, in which areas did you receive the highest score, and which subjects were difficult or stressful for you? The result of this quick and simple evaluation may help create a better picture of your academic character for colleges and help you narrow in on a future career and discover what life after high school may hold.
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Beyond the College Years
Once you’ve made it into college and you’re beginning to think of all the possible majors and careers, keep in mind the various testing that you’ll need to participate in to further your education and career.
LSAT – Law School Admissions Test
MCAT – Medical School Admissions Test
GMAT – Business School Admissions Test
GRE – Graduate School Admissions Test
MAT – Graduate School Admissions Test
DAT – Dental School Admissions Test
PCAT – Pharmacy School Admissions Test
OAT – Optometry School Admissions Test