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Entry into most professional health schools requires students to perform well on Standardized Admission Tests. Since standardized tests are a way of life in health care, you will want to develop the skills necessary to succeed on them over the course of your undergraduate degree.
Professional health schools also expect students to have a well-rounded understanding of current issues, research and ethics that are faced on a daily basis when working in the medical field.
The resources listed below will help you to prepare for admissions tests for professional health schools, and you may even find them useful in your current studies!
ADA (American Dental Association)
ADEA (American Dental Education Association)
DAT Practice Tests
Allopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Podiatric Medicine, and accepted (but not required) by some Physician Assistant Programs
AAMC Association of American Medical Colleges Practice Materials
AC Online MCAT Prep and Success for Medical Students
MCAT Khan Academy Study Materials
Optometry Admission Test Information
Physical Therapy, some Occupational Therapy programs, and many Physician Assistant Programs
GRE Free Test Prep
GRE Online Guide
A situational judgment test that is increasingly used by Physician Assistant programs (sometimes in place of the GRE); Used by other professional health programs in the secondary phase of applications
CASPer Test Prep
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