It depends on your field; tie to career goals ... suggest resource to determine necessity based on profession
Should I go to grad school right after college or wait a few years?
Give pros and cons
What should I consider when choosing a school or program?
Briefly list factors, e.g. reputation, location, faculty, internship opportunities, part-time versus full-time status, etc. ... mention cost last so that it flows into the next question.
In addition to tuition, what costs should I factor into my budget?
What funding opportunities can I pursue to pay for graduate school?
In general, you will be required to submit an official application, resume, personal statement and/or essay, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts, and standardized test scores sent directly from the test center.
[Will add sentence that directs visitors to read advice below...]
(In the future, we can consider adding video of common application mistakes)
[Add brief advice about planning ahead and starting early ... application time lines vary as do financial aid and scholarship deadlines... encourage visitor to download PDF of general time line]
[Offer general advice. Consider quotes from admissions reps about what makes personal statements particularly compelling.]
Letters of Recommendation
Address how and when to ask for a letter of recommendation
Offer tips for developing relationships with faculty
Stress the importance of circling back and closing the loop with faculty after you apply
Invite visitors to download samples of effective letters
(In the future, we can consider adding video of professors' preferences on how to be approached, etc.)
Brief description of GRE and GMAT and links to Kaplan, Princeton Review and test Web sites.