While you may choose to submit your scores only to the admitting institution (currently UNCG), we would prefer if you submitted your scores to both Graduate Schools. If at all possible, do not submit them to the individual departments. If you're not sure yet when you plan to apply, report them to both schools, just to be on the safe side.
UCHC Graduate Programs Frequently Asked Questions
You must contact ETS and request that an official score report be sent to the UConn Health Center using institution code 3931. A departmental code is not required. Copies of score reports sent to students are NOT acceptable.
Once you ask ETS to send score reports to UCSB, please allow two to three weeks for processing. Once your scores have arrived, Graduate Division will update your application status.
Graduate Program FAQ Civil and Environmental Engineering
For foreign applications, we require a TOEFL score of 600. While your GRE score is important, we have no specific cut-off for GRE scores, and consider the GRE score to be just one part of your overall application. All applicants must submit a GRE score to be considered for fellowships or graduate teaching assistantships.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we can accept a copy of the score reports for the initial review of the file. The reports can be faxed, mailed, or scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are accepted into the program, you will have plenty of time to provide official scores to us.
UW Astronomy Graduate Program: Application FAQ
Institution code 4854; University of Washington GRE Department code 0801; Astronomy TOEFL Department code 61; Astronomy
Political Science -- Graduate Program FAQs @ Chicago
Please select "1832" for the University of Chicago and "2299" for the department/program for the GREs and "90" for TOEFL. There are university-wide policies which govern the minimum entry requirements for international applicants. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, on the basis of your undergraduate degree, please contact the Admissions Office in the Social Sciences Dean of Students Office (773-702-8415) or by e-mail at email@example.com. No.
KY: Education Professional Standards Board - Certification Q...
No. ETS MUST send an official report of your test scores or your college or university may verify your scores on the TC-1 application form.
SPPSR - Policy Studies FAQ
The average GRE scores for entering students is 600 to 675 on all three scales - the quantitative, verbal, and analytical sections. Students scoring below 600 hundred on any of the GRE scales will need to indicate compelling evidence of their qualifications through their GPA, references, or professional work experience. To schedule the GRE call 1-800-GRE-CALL or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the GRE, visit http://www.gre.org
The GRE is a departmental requirement so check with your department to see if the GRE is required, and if so, what their requirements are. Scores are reported for 5 years after taking the test. Specific information can be found at the GRE website. For questions about your visa documents, contact the Services for International Students and Scholars at email@example.com or visit their website.
Department of Computer Science
What we are most interested in is the applicant's research potential. These scores are just one of many criteria we consider. There are no minimum scores. We much prefer students who have taken challenging advanced courses to those with top scores on rudimentary courses. There are many ways for applicants to demonstrate their research potential.
Department of Psychology
Every graduate school hopes to attract and select the most capable and most highly motivated students who are apt to become devoted to psychology as a profession and who will make major contributions to knowledge. GREs provide one independent and standardized method of assessing all candidates though the other areas of your application give further insight into who you are and how you might be expected to perform.
Department of Psychology
Each year, from approximately 250 completed applications, our admissions committee is limited to selecting a total M.A. and Ph.D. class of approximately 30 students. There are no specific undergraduate course requirements for admission to graduate study, but courses such as introductory psychology, statistics, and experimental psychology and/or research methods are preferred. For admission to the M.A.
We normally tell students they should be in the B+ range to be competitive. The admission process incorporates 1) overall GPA; 2) prerequisite GPA; and 3) GRE score. Each of these areas is weighted equally. Thereby, the applicant could remain in the competitive range if they were low in one area i.e. overall GPA and up in the other two. Historically, applicants with GRE scores below 900 are not competitive.
Qualifying | Australian Mensa
No, not in Australia. Mensa in the USA accepts some versions of these US scholastic tests, but they are not accepted for direct entry to Australian Mensa. There are other variations in the list of tests accepted by Mensa in different countries. The local Consultant Psychologists are responsible for validating and checking external evidence, and the tests accepted reflect the local field of expertise.
Wilf Family Department of Politics
Based on past accepted applicants, the median scores fall into the 80th percentile for each section of the general GRE exam. For information on the GRE please visit the official website at www.gre.org.
Testing Center | Frequently Asked Questions, U of I
You will see unofficial scores for the Verbal and Quantitative sections on your computer at the end of the test if you choose to record your scores. You will receive official scores that include the analytical writing section in the mail in 10-15 business days.
SIMS: Admissions Requirements
SIMS has not set any minimum scores, but normally successful applicants score in the high percentiles (80's and 90's) on the General Test.
Graduate Education at the Cornell University College of Vete...
The GRE and TOEFL scores should be sent directly from ETS to Cornell University, university code 2098. Xeroxed copies of student scores do not constitute official scores. You should plan to take the tests allowing enough time for the official scores to arrive before the Field deadline; generally this process takes 3-4 weeks; however, it is recommended that the tests be taken no later than October due to the large volume of testing that occurs after that time.