Admission Exam Resources
Most graduate and professional schools require an admission examination. These exams are NOT like the ACT or SAT, and the examination required varies by school and program.
Support from Dimensions
Dimensions offers support for students preparing to take an admission examination, the most popular being the GRE and MCAT. Students can meet with the Associate Director of Dimensions to determine which exam to take, when to take the exam, materials and resources available to prepare, exam dates, and how to register for the exam.
Scheduling Your Exam
Most students planning to enroll in graduate and professional school following graduation will take their admission exam the summer following their junior year. Most applications for graduate and professional programs in healthcare are submitted late summer after junior year and early fall of the senior year.
Medical School (MD & DO)
DAT (Dental Admission Test)
OAT (Optometry Admission Test)
PCAT (Pharmacy College Admission Test)
GRE (Graduate Record Examination)
Exam used for the following programs: physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, veterinary medicine, occupational therapy, public health, and health administration
MCAT Course Scholarship from Dimensions
The Dimensions Program for Health Professions awarded 2 Kaplan Certificate of Course Scholarships from Kaplan Test Prep in spring 2015. Dimensions also provides resources for students preparing for the MCAT annually.