SCSU Test Prep Programs
We offer a variety of test prep courses at the SCSU Welcome Center. They give students and professionals the tools and confidence they need to succeed on admissions exams or industry-recognized certificate exams. Though exam vouchers are not always provided with our prep courses, our courses will give you the resources to schedule the exam with the correct testing center.
We understand the important role the ACT plays in college admissions. Properly prepared students are more likely to perform to their highest potential. Our courses are offered in a variety of settings that help students prepare for the ACT.
Our GMAT test preparation program provides a thorough review of all tested math and verbal skills. Case studies involving real test questions help to reinforce the connection between the various skills and the ways they are tested on the GMAT. The program consists of 24 hours of classroom instruction from an experienced instructor, together with additional practice problems, sample tests, and skill review exercise.
When you're ready for graduate school we can help you take the right steps toward your advanced degree. Our GRE Prep course will give you the skills and confidence to maximize your performance on the GRE revised General Test.
Gain admission into the law school of your choice knowing you have mastered the skills needed to succeed. Our LSAT prep course and free strategy workshop prepare you to take the test with confidence.
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