Graduate & Professional School

To grad school or not? We help guide you to the best option for you! 

Kate Saulcy '19: ?Wackerle really helped me with mock interviews. I remember doing multiple i... Kate Saulcy '19: “Wackerle really helped me with mock interviews. I remember doing multiple interviews with Marnie. We talked about my strengths and what I wanted to highlight. It really got me thinking about the story I wanted to tell about myself in interviews.”

We help you connect with recruiters, understand your timeline and develop your application materials. Schedule an appointment to find out how we can help.

Graduate school preparation 

Applying for graduate school can be a bit daunting. Below are resources and steps to help you get started. 

  1. Start early! Start researching and discussing graduate school options early with your faculty advisor. 
  2. Research your options: Utilize a tool such as Peterson’s Grad School Search to learn more about graduate school programs. Pay attention to classes, internships and grades that are required or are helpful to have as you apply. 
  3. Take the right test: A few of the major tests that could be necessary to apply for a graduate program.  
    • Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
    • Medical College Admission Test (MCAT)
    • Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
    • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
    • Dental Admission Test (DAT)
    • Optometry Admission Test (OAT)
    • Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
    • Test Prep Resources
  4. Craft your application: Just like applying for a job, you’ll put significant time and effort into your grad school application. Work with us and your faculty advisor to craft your application and prepare for your interview, if required. 

Darice’s grad school experience

A few of the big names

Our students have landed at a variety of graduate schools for programs, including: medicine, history, accounting, physical therapy, occupational therapy, education, law and business. 

Grad Schools include: Penn State, University of Maryland, Loyola University Chicago, Purdue University, Southern Illinois University, Iowa, Colorado State, Illinois State, Baylor University, DePaul University, Yale University, Illinois, Kent State, Ambrose University, Ohio State, Indiana University, Saint Louis University, and Rush University