Free practice tests and prep tools for the MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, or GRE (and more)

Are you planning to take the MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, or GRE later this year? Or in the future? Did you know that free practice prep tools and tests are available?

Ohio Means Jobs is a free resource from the state of Ohio with online, interactive practice tests, career building tools, and writing aids with access to targeted skill-building interactive courses in math, reading, and writing. Test results can remain anonymous or you can save your results by creating an account. 

How to find the practice tests and prep tools

1. Go
2. Find the box labelled "Practice Exams" which is located in the top right-hand corner 
3. Click the link Ohio Means Jobs
4. Choose "Plan it"
5. Choose " Assessments and Training"
6. Choose either: 

  • Click the green button labeled  "Access Learning Express Anonymously" (you will not be able to save your results) OR
  • Create an account with Ohio Means Jobs by clicking the Sign In button next to the green backpack at the top of the screen (your test results will be saved)

7. Once, you are able to search for the tests, go to the Find Resources search bar at the top right of the screen, type the name of the test you are seeking, e.g. GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, etc... to find the practice tests.

Did you know the library provides access to a variety of tools to help you learn new skills or improve the skills you have, for example:

  • Do you want to learn a new software program? Check out Hoonuit which has lessons on over 100 software applications.
  • Do you need access to a technical skills book? Peruse Safari Books Online whose collection contains books on computer science, IT, and business.
  • Do you want to improve your foreign language skills? We have Mango Languages which features over 50 languages. 

To find more resources like these, go to

If you have any difficulty accessing the resources available on this resource guide, contact the library's Research and Reference Desk.

If you have questions about applying to graduate school or finding a job, contact the Career Development Office