Each year, approximately 25 - 35% of Seton Hall baccalaureate graduates pursue graduate school. Seton Hall graduate programs are chosen by 50 to 60% of Seton Hall students. While you are still an undergraduate, Seton Hall also offers advising for the health professions and for pre-law.
The following provides resources on how to prepare for the graduate school selection process.
- A Graduate School Guide has been created for you with information about making the decision to attend, contents of an application and timelines, interviews and financial aid. The Graduate School Guide is available in your Career Center Resources located in PirateNet.
- A number of on-line research guides exist for you to start your research. A few are: Gradschools.com, Gradview.com, Schoolguides.com, Peterson's Grad School Resources, and the American Psychological Association guide.
- Many graduate schools require entrance exams. Check out these testing resources for additional information: GRE online, ETSnet - Education Testing Services, Kaplan online, The Princeton Review, Law School Admission Council Online, MBA Explorer, AAMC's Academic Medicine Web Site, Praxis Series, Miller Analogies Test.
Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
- The Career Center serves as a testing site for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) for graduate admission. The test is open to the public and is offered in a computer-based format. Testing dates and times are offered throughout the year. Read more »