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Graduate and Professional School

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.

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 »
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