GRE Test - The GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATION (GRE) is used by most graduate school programs to assess applicants as part of the application process. Medical, Business, and Law schools typically do not require the GRE test. Instead, these graduate programs use the MCAT, GMAT, and LSAT respectively. Check with the admissions board of your intended graduate program to determine which exams are required as part of the application process. Read about how the CATPrep Simulator for the GRE test can assist you in performing your best on this entrance exam.
GMAT Exam - The GRADUATE MANAGEMENT ADMISSION TEST (GMAT) is a required part of the admissions process for most business schools. In addition, some graduate finance and economics programs use the GMAT during their admissions evaluation process. Due to its importance in the application process, candidates choosing to pursue a MBA should begin preparing for the GMAT CAT early. Read about how the CATPrep Simulator for the GMAT exam can assist you in performing your best on this entrance exam.
Patent Bar - The United States Patent and Trademark Office replaced the traditional semi-annual paper-based Registration Exam (Patent Bar) with a computerized year-round offering in the summer of 2004. CATPrep provides an emulation of the USPTO patent bar testing software as an aid to prospective registration examinees who wish to practice for the patent bar under the most realistic conditions available outside of the actual exam. Read about how the CATPrep Simulator for the Patent Bar can assist you in performing your best on the USPTO Registration exam.
Did you know that both the GRE and GMAT are Computer Adaptive Tests?
What is a Computer Adaptive Test?
A Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) is tailored to the individual exam taker based upon his or her performance. Thus, every examinee will receive a completely customized set of questions during a CAT. Each CAT session begins with a question of pre-calculated difficulty and the selection of each subsequent question is based upon the current performance of the examinee; a higher current score results in the selection of a more difficult question and vice versa. In order to accommodate both high and low performers, a CAT must construct each exam session from a pool of questions much larger than the minimal set required by the specific exam's format.