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The Explore Graduate School Seminars (EGSS), in partnership with the Princeton Review, provide prospective graduate students with tools and resources, including free and low-cost test preparation courses, to be a successful graduate school applicant.
Types of Seminars Offered
The EGSS series has developed a partnership with several on-campus departments to provide prospective graduate students with tools and resources to be a successful graduate school applicant.
Types of general seminars scheduled throughout the year may include:
When exploring graduate schools it is important to gather as much information as possible. The Graduate Schools Comparison Worksheet and The Graduate Admission Timetable will help you begin your search.
The EGSS series partnership with The Princeton Review offers informational seminars and workshops on graduate admissions test preparation. EGSS helps students develop the confidence and skill necessary for a comfortable transition and success in competitive graduate programs.
ASU students who meet requirements are eligible for the free self-paced kit for GRE, GMAT, MCAT and LSAT.
To confirm eligibility and register for courses visit princetonreview.com/partner/asu.
* Students who are not eligible for the ASU Test Prep Program are eligible for a discount rate. ASU Students who do not meet eligibility requirements still qualify for special pricing available exclusively for ASU. For more information, call 1-800-273-8439 ext. 1080 or email ASUGradPrep@review.com.
Non-ASU students are welcome to join our upcoming Graduate Education seminars, individuals who attend more than three EGSS seminars will be eligible for $300 toward any teacher-led or live-online course at the Princeton Review Tempe Office. For more information, call 1-800-273-8439 ext. 1080.
Types of test preparation seminars scheduled throughout the year may include:
Additional Testing Resources
Below are a few links to specific program informational sessions. Prospective students must contact the academic unit to obtain information about the program including departmental application deadlines. If a program is not listed below, please contact the academic unit directly to see if they have a program informational session or open house.
Visitor parking areas can be found on the ASU map; type “Visitor” in the search box and scroll down the pop-up window to find visitor parking locations on the four ASU campuses. For more detailed information on parking structures, metered parking, parking rates and hours of operation, please visit cfo.asu.edu/pts-visitor.