Kaplan Test Prep Promotions
Hi everyone, my name is Briana Canalini and I am a Kaplan Test Prep Representative for Drew's campus. We are currently promoting several great events for all areas such as LSAT, GMAT, GRE, and MCAT. These are great opportunities for students to take part in if you are looking for a future in any of these careers. If you have any further questions feel free to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your time.
Free Practice Tests, Admissions Seminars, Personal Statement Workshops & LSAT Prep All Month Long
2. FREE On-Site Practice LSAT in Northern NJ:
Rutgers University, Newark on Monday, June 25th at 6:30pm in Conklin Hall.
or Montclair State University, Montclair on Saturday, June 16th at 10am in University Hall.
- To register for these free events, fill out the following web form: LSAT Practice Test.
As space is limited, this event does require pre-registration. The test will last up to 4 hours and will be proctored like an actual exam. Your scores will include comprehensive feedback on your individual performance. After the test, one of our expert instructors will give a short workshop on test-taking strategies and will answer any questions that you may have.
This is a great opportunity for you to see how you might score on the real thing, and also to become familiar with the kinds of questions that will be on the real test. For most students, this exam will be a more realistic test-taking experience as you can practice in the format that mirrors most law school exams.
3) Kaplan presents “3 Steps to LSAT Success”
We know June is the month many students begin in earnest their preparation for the October LSAT – the most popular exam date. Well, we’ve developed a month full of free resources to help you do just that. We call it, “3 Steps to LSAT Success”:
Step 1. Establish A Baseline
Take a real, previously-released LSAT exam for free. Offered in two local On Site locations and a series of Classroom Anywhere live, online events, find a practice test event that works for you.
LSAT Practice Test
Step 2. Learn About the Process
Attend a different live, online seminar each week throughout the month for free.
Week 1 (June 5th, 7th, 9th): “The Dos & Don’ts of Law School Admissions”
Learn applicants’ biggest mistakes and how to get noticed. We’ll share 10 tips on how to develop and submit a superior application.
Week 2 (June 12th, 14th, 16th): “Law School Personal Statement Workshop”
Craft a winning personal statement that gets you noticed. We’ll review an actual “before” and “after” essay to give insight on how best to craft your story.
Week 3 (June 19th, 21st, 23rd): “The Kaplan LSAT Challenge”
At this rapid-fire practice session, attendees will try actual exam questions under Test Day conditions, and get insight and analysis into their study needs.
Week 4 (June 26th, 28th, 30th): “LSAT Preview Class”
Experience the Kaplan classroom as a Kaplan student. We’ll review some of our exclusive strategies for each section of the test.
Free LSAT Events
Step 3. Start Your Prep and Save up to $200
Enroll in a course before June 30th and save up to $200! Classes for each of our comprehensive LSAT On Site,Classroom Anywhere® , On Demand, and One-On-One prep programs are starting now. Take advantage of our greatest savings for the October LSAT by enrolling before June 30th.
MCAT Prep News
1. Enroll by June 27th to lock in savings.
Major changes are coming to the MCAT—changes that will result in a very different test. Kaplan is adapting our courses and prep strategies to ensure you’ll be ready to take on this new exam—and land a top-tier score. As a result, beginning June 27th we’ll introduce new pricing for our On Site and Classroom Anywhere® courses. But you can still lock in the current price by enrolling today.
Now is the time to get a head start and save. Enroll today and start preparing to take on the changing MCAT!
2. Free MCAT Prep Event
Medical School Secondary Applications
A strong secondary application can make the difference between getting accepted or denied at your top-choice medical school. If you want to stay ahead of the other applicants, join us on Tuesday, June 26, at 8pm ET/5pm PT for a FREE event that will teach you everything you need to know about secondary applications. Our experts will guide you through the most important aspects of the application, help you to stand out and warn you about common pitfalls you should avoid.
Register now >
3. In Case You Missed It:
View Kaplan’s Medical School Insider 2012
If you were unable to join us on May 7th for Kaplan's Medical School Insider 2012, you still have the opportunity to view the event. Learn about the ins and outs of getting accepted to med school, specifically:
• Which factors matter most in med school admissions
• How to write a personal statement to help you get accepted
• Exclusive tips and strategies for achieving a great MCAT score
4. From the MCAT Blog
Medical School Admissions: Choosing Where to Apply, Part 1
by Shaan Sheth, Kaplan Full-Time MCAT Instructor
Chances are that if you’re reading this blog, you’re probably already thinking about applying to medical school; what you may not have considered, however, is which schools you’ll be applying to. Students often begin the admissions process with only a rough idea of the schools they’re interested in – or alternatively, plan to apply to nearly every school.
Read more >
5. Kaplan MCAT Online
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For even more tips on the MCAT and medical school admissions and to connect with your fellow test takers, Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or visit our channel on YouTube.
3. GRE -(Now is the time to lock in your prep!!! Beat the price increase on 6/27!)
Ace the GRE: Summer Study Plan- 6/13/12 @ 9:30pm
1. Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Save in June
On June 27th, we’re introducing new pricing on our Classroom Course for the GRE and our Online Classroom Course for the GRE. Enroll now for the best savings and benefit from:
• The largest content library for GRE prep, with over 5,000 practice items and explanations
• Smart ReportsTM technology, with customized recommendations to improve your score
• Quiz Bank for GRE—2,500+ questions for targeted practice
• Over 180 hours of instruction and practice, including seven realistic computer adaptive practice tests
• The Kaplan Higher Score Guarantee—score higher on the GRE or your money back*
2. Free Event for the GRE
Summer Study Plan: Ace the GRE
3. From the Blog
ETS’s GRE Program Updates for 2012
by Lee Weiss, Assistant Director of Graduate Programs
It’s not another test change, but ETS has made a few newsworthy announcements about changes to the GRE program that you need to know about.
4. GRE Practice
Play Kaplan’s 20 Minute Workout for the GRE®
Looking for a fun and free way to take on some GRE-style questions and pick up great strategies for Test Day? Then try our 20-Minute Workout.
• Featuring 16 realistic practice questions
• Detailed answers and explanations for every question
• Expert strategies and tips from elite Kaplan faculty
Creating a CompellingApplication- 6/14/12 @ 8PM
The GMAT Has Changed
Now that the GMAT has changed—bringing with it a slightly new format and an additional section, Integrated Reasoning—you’re going to have to change the way you prep to land a top-tier score. Because of the format tweaks and the new question types you’ll have to learn for the IR section, where we previously recommended around 100 hours for a 700+ score, we now recommend putting in around 150 hours of study.
Our courses now include instruction on the new section and our expert teachers are ready to help you succeed on Test Day. Visit our Test Change Info Center below for more information and to get started.
Business School Admissions
Kaplan’s Road to Business School
• Engage with schools one-on-one in an open networking session—more than 30 top schools present in each city
• Hear key application advice from a panel of admissions officers
• Get an edge on your application in helpful breakout sessions
Also, new this year is our Road to Business School Virtual Fair, which gives you the chance to meet with representatives from over 30 top business schools in a virtual setting. Each event is free, but space is limited. Don’t miss out on this amazing event series.
Register now >
Integrated Reasoning: The New GMAT Section
Now that the GMAT has changed, you’ll need to study for the newly added section: Integrated Reasoning. This new section features four new question types to master in addition to five existing types in the Quant and Verbal sections. That means you’ll need to change your study methods, increasing the amount of prep time needed to achieve a high score. To learn all about Integrated Reasoning, how it works and what you’ll need to know to master it, join us on Thursday, June 21 at 9pm ET/6pm PTfor this FREE live online event.
Register now >
From the Kaplan GMAT Blog
GMAT’s Integrated Reasoning Scoring Scale Is Out
By Lucas Weingarten
Although it is yet to be seen how Integrated Reasoning scores will actually be used by admissions committees, we do now at least know what they will look like. Starting June 5, 2012, the New GMAT goes live with one less essay (Issue) and one more section (Integrated Reasoning). Contrary to what some might have heard, your performance on the new IR section will not impact your 200-800 point GMAT score. Rather, you will now receive five separate scores across four separate scales.
Read more >
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