Chilly weather? Warm up with some application preparation!

Cold outside? Grab your favorite warm drink and spend time online learning about your future (or upcoming) professional school application.

  • We recommend learning about your national admission test (MCAT, DAT, OAT, LSAT, GRE, PCAT) as early as possible. Familiarizing yourself with the test content enables you to relate the information you hear in class to the content on the test. Start exploring with our National Admission Test Guide.
  • Also start learning about the application service for your programs. Examples include AMCAS (MD programs), AACOMAS (DO programs), AADSAS (dental schools), PTCAS (PT programs), etc. You can find your application service on our Application Services Guide.
  • Questions about your application or admissions test? We are here to help!
  • Applying spring/summer 2022? We can help you develop your application timeline.
  • The letter service for medical and dental school applicants for the 2022 cycle is open. Sign up for the letter service. Learn more about requesting letters in the Learning Center.
  • Need help with your current law school application? We've got your back. Please make an appointment on BoilerConnect.

We want to help! If you have pre-professional related questions, please email us at preprofessional@purdue.edu

Are you an alum with a question? Call us at 765-494-3981 to make an appointment. Have an upcoming interview and need to practice? Check out our information on interview preparation. Need a quiet place to take your LSAT or for an online interview? Request a room in our offices. Applying to medical or dental school this summer? Need assistance with your pre-professional goals? We're here to help. Make an appointment to see one of our advisors on BoilerConnect. Need help making an appointment? Instructions are in FAQ. Our appointments will continue to be virtual this fall. If you require an in-person appointment, email us and we will work with you to set that up.

The advisors in Pre-Professional Advising strive daily to be antiracist and reject racism, discrimination, and systemic inequity and are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels welcome and safe.

We acknowledge Purdue University is located on the traditional homelands of the Woodland People. We honor and appreciate these indigenous caretakers who include the Bodewadmik (Potawatomi), Lenape (Delaware), Myaamia (Miami), and Shawnee People.