Graduate/Professional School Resources
A) Career Center - https://career.berkeley.edu/
B) Law School Information - http://lsac.org/
Law School Admission Council’s comprehensive online resource. Note: please see below for info on LSAT waivers
C) Medical School Information - http://www.aamc.org/
Association of American Medical College’s comprehensive online resource. Note: please see below for info on MCAT waivers
Waivers for DAT, GRE, LSAT, an MCAT exams
Dental Admission Test (DAT)
Partial fee waivers for the DAT are available to examinees in cases of severe financial hardship. The waiver is 50% of test fees and includes the fee for the test and the five official score reports. There is the customary charge for all score reports beyond five. Fee waivers must be requested in writing by the examinee. A financial information form will be provided to the examinee. This financial information form should be completed and submitted with the application and pre-dental advisor's letter at least two months before the testing date. The DAT Program will review all fee waiver requests and make the final decision regarding the fee waiver. A limited number of fee waivers are available. An examinee with demonstrated financial hardship is eligible for a partial fee waiver if he/she is a first time tester, a U.S. citizen or resident alien, and has applied for financial aid at his/her school. Fee waivers are granted on a first-come basis to eligible examinees that have submitted their request with a completed DAT application, completed fee waiver financial information form, and letter from their pre-dental advisor. Examinees who have previously received a fee waiver or who have taken the DAT before are not eligible for an additional fee waiver. (see http://www.ada.org/dat.aspx)
GRE Fee Reduction
Law School Admissions Council Waiver
Medical School (MCAT and applications)
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office can provide low-income students with a General Fee Waiver Request Form that can be used for admission application fee waivers. Many, but not all, graduate or professional schools allow for the waiver of admission application.
Graduate/Professional School Admissions Exam Prep Courses
EOP has established agreements that provide significant reduction in fees of various graduate/professional school admission exam prep courses for low-income EOP students. Our current agreements include:
Blueprint: One time 50% fee reduction for LSAT exam prep course.
Kaplan: One time 50% fee reduction for LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, GRE, MAT, DAT, PCAT, or OAT exam prep course.
Princeton Review: One time 50% fee reduction for LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, or GRE exam prep course.