Grad & Law School Resources
The below resources are meant to serve as a general introduction to the exploration, preparation, and application process for the number of post-secondary education options that many Madison graduates pursue.
Graduate School Resources
This site includes articles about graduate education and tips about the graduate admission process.
On top of allowing you to search for graduate programs by type, degree offered, and location, Peterson’s provides information on financing graduate studies and test preparation.
PhDs.org has created profiles of over 4,900 doctoral programs across 59 fields to help individuals evaluate and decide on a school to attend. The site breaks information down by program rankings and data (such as expenses, student outcomes, department resources, published output, and cohort demographics) and includes links to useful articles for potential and current graduate students.
Versatile PhD is the oldest, largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhDs in humanities, social sciences, and STEM. This is a great site to explore if you’re considering advanced studies and envision a career in a non-academic setting.
Law School Resources
Membership in the ABA is open to lawyers, law students, and others interested in the law and the legal profession.
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit corporation that provides a variety of products and services to ease the admission process for law schools and their applicants worldwide. Best known for administering the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), the LSAC also processes academic credentials for law school applicants, holds professional conferences, sponsors and publishes research, and publishes LSAT prep. books and law school guides.
Each year the U.S. News & World Report assembles its ranking of top law schools and reports on those schools’ tuition and fees, enrollment, LSAT scores, and acceptance rates.
Test Preparation Services
7sage aims to offer top-notch, high-quality LSAT instruction through videos, logic games, and affordable courses.
Blueprint was founded on the belief that classes and materials ought to be interesting enough to enable students to enjoy studying. The ethos of "edu-tainment"—mastery of the materials combined with engaging teaching methods—permeates the entire company.
A collaboration with Kaplan Test Prep, Chegg offers instant access to hundreds of LSAT test guides, Kaplan's test prep. resources, and instant, live help from experts.
Kaplan Test Prep offers preparation for more than 90 standardized tests. Individuals can choose between classroom, online prep. classes, private tutoring, and other studying resources.
Manhattan Prep strives to offer accomplished instructors, relevant curriculum, coaching in critical thinking, and enjoyable classes to help students better prepare for a number of standardized tests (including the GMAT, GRE, and LSAT).
Next Step was founded on the principle that students learn better and score higher when they have the chance to focus on their particular areas of concern. Since 2009 they’ve worked with thousands of students through tutoring programs and adaptive online courses and study resources.
PowerScore offers test preparation classes, online instruction, weekend instruction, and on-on-one tutoring to help students prepare for the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE (among other tests).
Founded 30 years ago, The Princeton Review offers classroom, online and in-person tutoring and test preparation as well as more than 150 books that provide test prep.
Note: ASMSU has a partnership with The Princeton Review for 10-30% off of test prep. services. Learn more here.
TestMasters has offered comprehensive test preparation for the LSAT, GMAT, GRE (and more) to over 150,000 individuals.