The 30th Annual Graduate School Guide, online. This directory includes comprehensive listings of master’s, doctoral, and professional degree programs as well as a cross reference section of majors and information on financing graduate study. Over 1,000 graduate and professional programs are included.
GradSchools.com is the most comprehensive site for information about graduate schools and programs. You can search for programs by subject.
Council of Graduate Schools is dedicated to the improvement and advancement of graduate education. Its members are colleges and universities engaged in research, scholarship, and the preparation of candidates for advanced degrees. You will find some very useful information including a timeline and statistics under resources for students.
The Princeton Review provides information on graduate schools, including medical school, law school, business school, and more!
Kaplan provides a wealth of information on entrance exams, including practice tests for medical, nursing, and law school and accounting exams . General information on graduate school.
At the GRE website, get information about the GRE online, including test registration, sites, fees and frequently asked questions about the general and subject tests. You can also see a general description of the tests as well as information on how to prepare. This site also includes links to graduate school guides.
The Graduate Management Admission Council website provides information about the GMAT, MBA programs, and a FAQ section.
LSAC provides information on the LSAT exam, the admission process for law schools, and information about choosing the right law school. There is also a FAQ section.
The Association of American Medical Colleges¬†website has a wealth of information about medical colleges, including an alphabetical or geographic region list (under Medical Education). You will also find good advice on applying to medical school.
The Assocation of American Law Schools¬†¬†is a resource for the¬†improvement of the quality of legal education¬†by networking law school faculty, professional staff and deans to information and resources.¬†AALS is the¬†principal representative of legal education¬†to the federal government, other national higher education organizations, learned societies and international law schools.