Know What To Expect. You could go it alone, but why take the chance? Any exam is difficult if you don't know what to expect. Getting an overview of the test's format, refreshing your memory on what you've already learned, and taking a practice test will all go a long way toward getting you ready for the real thing.
Handling Anxiety. Many people become anxious when they are being tested, which can have a negative impact on their score. Recognizing the signs of anxiety and knowing specific techniques to deal with it can help you do better.
Affordable & Accessible. Exams are expensive. So why would you invest your hard-earned money and then not make every effort to be ready on exam day? If you don't get the score you were hoping for, you'll have to pay again to take the admissions exam. Once you've paid for a preparatory class with us, you can come back any time within the next 3 years and retake the class free of charge (extra material costs not included), depending upon available space. And our classes are located right on the U of U campus for your convenience.
For more information on the most effective way you can prepare yourself for graduate and professional school admittance exams, or to enroll, call 801-585-7880. You can also submit your questions by using our web form. Visit the official exam websites for in-depth information:
LSAT - www.lsac.org
GMAT - www.mba.com
GRE - www.gre.org
You can register via our website, by calling the Preparatory Programs office at 801-585-7880 or Continuing Education Registration at 801-581-6461, or through the campus information system if you are a regular student at the University.
Note: Registration for any exam (e.g. GRE, GMAT, LSAT.) is not connected with Preparatory Course registration.
Beginning Fall 2021, ACT scores will not be required when applying to the U. However, a good score will still improve your chances of admission, especially if your GPA is low. Questions? Read the full press release here or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preparatory Courses are non-credit offerings and anyone (all students and community adults) are welcome to register.
Students may receive a full refund if the class is dropped prior to the starting date of the course. Any class dropped between the start date and the end of business on the first Friday following the beginning of class will receive a tuition-only refund. Material fees are non-refundable. (Please Note: This refund policy does not apply to the ACT or SAT Prep courses offered by Youth Education. For more information on the Youth Ed Drop Policy please call 801-581-6984.)
These refund deadlines/guidelines are strictly adhered to and can be found on the Continuing Education Drop and Refund Policy page and in student packets passed out during the first class session. The online drop request form can be found here. Students may also drop a class by calling the Preparatory Programs office at 801-585-7880.
If you are a benefits eligible University of Utah employee with more than six months of employment, you may use your tuition reduction for Test Prep classes. If you are a benefits eligible employee with more than one year of employment, your spouse may use your tuition reduction benefit for Test prep classes. Contact the Benefits Office at 801-581-7447 with questions about your eligibility.
You must submit the Reduced Tuition Benefit form to receive the discount. If you do not qualify, you will be responsible for the course fees.
Reduced Tuition Benefit form information
We are invested in your success and supporting your goal to achieve your best possible test score. If you do not score higher than your baseline score you may retake the course for free.
If you complete the program, take the official/proctored practice exam, and your score doesn't improve you may retake the course over again,