UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Standardized test scores on the ACT, SAT, LSAT, GMAT, and GRE are a major component of your college or graduate school application process. These tests can play a significant role in determining the future of your education. Standardized tests help determine your admission status and are often used in awarding merit-based scholarships, grants, fellowships and assistantships. Your selected college or university admissions office will tell you which exam may be required or reccommended with your application.
UW-River Falls offers a variety of test preparation courses in partnership with Educational Testing Consultants, a leader in higher education test preparation. Each year, we help high school and college students reach their academic goals through a proven curriculum, helpful workbooks and online tools, and highly trained, top-quality instructors.
We also offer customized test prep classes for schools, nonprofit organizations and community groups. If you are an academic adviser, program director, admissions department, or community leader and would like more information about our custom programs or to schedule a presentation, please contact Angela Whitaker, program manager, at 715-425-3261 or by email.
Browse our current offerings below. To be notified of upcoming classes and workshops or ask a question, contact us using the form below.
Considering an MBA? Let us help you get into the program of your choice. The GMAT is the preferred exam for many top-ranking full-time and part-time MBA programs. Our professional instructors will help you understand each section of the GMAT, dissect each item type, and develop a comprehensive plan for test day success.
Seeking a graduate degree? The GRE revised General Test measures critical thinking, analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE is required for a large variety of master's degree and doctoral degree programs. Master's in Education (ME), Social Work (MSW), Nurse Practitioner (NP), Business, and Public Administration programs often require or accept the GRE exam.
This interactive online class includes 30 hours of instruction from LSAT experts. Students participate in class and practice new skills through structured assignments, practice exams, and in-class exercises. Students will learn new skills for solving the complex logic games found in the Analytical Reasoning section. Easy-to-apply strategies and skills help students improve their score on the Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension sections of the exam. This course is ideal for law school applicants seeking the flexibility of an online class and the interactivity of a traditional classroom experience. Course materials are included and shipped directly to you.
The ACT measures critical reasoning skills by testing math and verbal concepts that students have developed over time. It is comprised of four main sections: English, Reading, Mathematics, and Science. There is also an optional Writing section. Our Live-Online class format provides the interactivity of a classroom experience and the convenience of an online course. Students have access to online materials after the session so they can maintain their skills leading up to their test day.
UWRF Test Prep classes use Adobe Connect, a free browser plug-in. All you need are a high-speed internet connection and speakers or head phones.
Course materials will be delivered directly to your home, or arrangements can be made for you to pick them up at the UWRF Continuing Education Office. We recommend registering at least four (4) business days in advance of the class start date to ensure timely delivery of your student package.
A participant must withdraw in writing, as received by mail, fax or email, to be eligible for a partial refund. Withdrawals received earlier than seven business days before the start of the class will receive a refund less a processing fee. No refunds will be issued for withdrawals received later than seven business days before the start of the class. See our Noncredit Payment Policy.