- Business School Admissions Officer Survey Debrief: Tuesday, November 27, 6:30 PM, EST. Among the discussion topics: what admissions officers think of the GMAT’s newly launched Integrated Reasoning (IR) section, GRE vs GMAT in B-school admissions. For survey highlights, go to: http://www.kaptest.com/pdf_files/2012-B-School-Admissions-Officers-Survey.pdf
- Law School Admissions Officer Survey Debrief: Tuesday, November 27, 8:30 PM, EST. Among the discussion topics: how law schools are responding to the challenging job market for lawyers; its impact on law school curriculum; availability of financial aid. For survey highlights, go to: http://press.kaptest.com/press-releases/kaplan-test-prep-survey-facing-a-tough-employment-landscape-for-new-lawyers-law-schools-cut-the-size-of-their-entering-classes-and-revise-curriculum-to-adapt-to-evolving-market
- Graduate School Admissions Officer Survey Debrief: Wednesday, November 28, 6:30 PM, EST. Among the discussion topics: what admissions officers think of the revamped GRE; this year’s competitive landscape compared to previous years. Graduate admissions officers’ survey results to be released at this time.
- Medical School Admissions Officer Survey Debrief: Wednesday, November 28, 8:30 PM, EST. Among the discussion topics: what admissions officers think of the upcoming changes to the MCAT; how these changes will impact pre-med students; how students should prepare for them. Experts will discuss how to put together a powerful, stand-out application. For survey highlights, go to: http://press.kaptest.com/press-releases/kaplan-test-prep-survey-medical-schools-think-the-new-2015-mcat-will-be-good-medicine-for-shaping-tomorrows-doctors-but-many-also-think-learning-all-its-additional-content-will-be-a-tough-p
Kaplan Test Prep will hold its First Annual Admissions Officers Survey Debrief live online series of events for prospective graduate school, business school, law school and medical school students Tuesday, November 27 and Wednesday, November 28, 2012. The series will feature panels of admissions experts who will answer students’ questions, provide insights on the admissions process, and discuss results from Kaplan’s 2012 Graduate, Business, Law and Medical School Admissions Officers Survey Series. Results from Kaplan’s annual admissions officers surveys, launched in 2004, are widely covered in the media and offer proprietary insights into a wide range of admissions-related issues, from the role of social media to the impact of changing admissions tests. Following is the series agenda: