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Ithaca College and Kaplan Test Prep have you covered!

Taking a practice test with Kaplan is your first step at getting familiar with the test you may need to take to further your career.  

This semester, KAPLAN will be offering free practice tests for the GRE, MCAT & LSAT on site in Textor Hall beginning promptly at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, February 4, 2013.

In addition to hosting the test live on campus -- we will be offering Live Practice Tests proctored in our Live, Online Anywhere format as well. The LIVE, Online, proctored practice test (that you can take "ANYWHERE") will give you the ultimate test-like experience and help you build comfort, confidence, speed and techniques in an environment similar to what most students will face on Test Day. This will also prepare you in showing you which parts of the test are your strongest/weakest, etc. so your test prepping can be more tailored to you. 

Opportunities to take the PCAT and GMAT practice tests are only available through the LIVE, Online Anywhere format.

To register for your test, please fill out this online form:

For additional information, please visit or contact Stephanie Miller at

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nikki Lynn at or (607) 274-3365. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Are you interested in finding out how you would do on the MCAT, PCAT, GMAT, LSAT or GRE but not ready to take the real thing? | 0 Comments |
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