Entrance Exams 2014

College Entrance Exam 2013-2014 List

Most colleges require either the SAT or the ACT. The SAT entrance exam 2013-2014 is facilitated by the College Board. Depending on the university requirements, you may also be required to take the various Subject Tests to further improve the credentials for application. The ACT provides an equal level of measure of qualification for prospective students as well.

ACT Test Dates:

  • February 8
  • April 12
  • June 14

SAT Dates:

  • January 25
  • March 8
  • May 3
  • May 7

Graduate Set Exam 2013-2014 Guide

Similar to undergraduate admissions, several graduate and post-graduate degrees may require a set exam 2013-2014 test prior to application. Especially for foreign students, an additional certification for excellent command for the English language may be required from a prospective applicant. Here is a list of the most popular net exam 2013-2014 tests required of prospective graduate students. They will be also interesting for applicants for the season admissions 2015.

  • GRE (Graduate Record Examination) – Implemented by Educational Test Service, the GRE remains to be the most popular test required for graduate students. Most students are required to take just the General Test, which runs for multiple dates throughout the entire week. However, some universities may require students to take a Subject Test apt for the student’s field. ETS has yet to release the complete list for the GRE for 2014 but the subject tests are given at three specific dates in the year with the next one coming on February 8, 2014.
  • GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) – The GMAT is especially required by schools specializing in business, giving MBAs and similar degrees. Conferred by The Graduate Management Admissions Council, the GMAT is held at various dates throughout the year. Gain valuable information regarding the GMAT by visiting the GMAC site.

Admission to professional graduate degrees may require further examinations such as the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) for students who want to pursue a career in medicine, and the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) for individuals who want to take a law degree.

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