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As the world leader in test prep, Kaplan Test Prep annually prepares hundreds of thousands of students for high-stakes admissions and professional licensing exams including the SAT®, ACT®, PSAT®, GMAT®, GRE®, LSAT® MCAT® NCLEX-RN®, USMLE, MBE and state specific portions of the bar exam. Unrivaled experience dating back to 1938, extensive test expertise and ongoing interaction with a high volume of students gives Kaplan unparalleled insight into a range of relevant topics.
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|Big Changes Coming in 2015 to the SAT and ACT:
According to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2013 survey of college admissions officers from 422 top schools across the country, 72% agree that “the SAT should be changed” — which aligns with the College Board’s plan to overhaul the test in 2015. And 87% agree with the ACT maker’s decision to change the ACT to a computer-based format in 2015. A Kaplan SAT and ACT expert can discuss how these significant revamps will affect students and how they should best get ready for them.
|The Changing Law School Admissions Landscape:
In a recently completed Kaplan Test Prep survey, 54% of law school admissions officers report cutting their entering law school classes for 2013-2014 and 25% plan to do so again next year. Law schools are also calling for “significant changes” in legal education. A Kaplan Test Prep law school admissions expert can discuss what pre-law students can expect as they ready their applications and plan their careers.
|President Barack Obama Calls for Two-Year Law School Model…and New Grads Sustain his Argument:
A Kaplan Bar Review survey of 712 law school graduates from the class of 2013 finds that a strong majority of newly minted JDs agree with President Barack Obama’s recent comments that law schools should think about changing the way they currently educate aspiring attorneys. A Kaplan legal education expert can discuss the background of this debate and if these kinds of major changes can happen in the foreseeable future.