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Career Development Center

Live your dream and let your degree work for you. The Career Development Center is here to help IU Southeast students and alumni secure satisfying career opportunities. Explore your options for a career and find tools to help you get there. Call or stop in today and begin your journey towards a satisfying career!

Most graduate programs will require that you take one or more standardized tests before applying to their program. Each school’s requirements may be different. These tests are similar to the SAT andACT for undergraduate school. To see which test you are required to take, consult your prospective school. You should allow yourself plenty time to prepare, take the test, and obtain the results by the application deadline for the program you wish to pursue.

The most common standardized test for graduate school is the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). For more information on the GRE you can go to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) website. Booklets are available outside the Career Development Center Office (UC 106). Also, you may want to search Internet sites under the title of the particular test you’re interested in for additional information.

Some graduate programs require testing other than the GRE:

There are study books and preparation courses available for these required tests at:

Kaplan Test Prep


Knewton GMAT Prep