Graduate Admission Test Score Requirements
Depending on the graduate program for which the student is applying, one of the following standardized admission tests will be required: GMAT, GRE, MAT or GACE. Standardized admission tests are listed among each program's itemized list of requirements for admission. To determine which admission test is required for each program, review the admission requirements on the program's webpage. Test scores must be sent from the testing agency directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions. Further information on test dates and fees may be obtained from:
Office of Testing Services
Post Office Box 8132
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460-8067
GRE General Test Change – A new score scale will be used for the GRE General Test beginning August 1, 2011. The new score scale will be 130 – 170 for the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning subtests. The Analytical Writing subtest score will continue to be scored from 0-6.
Degree Admission Based Upon Exceptional Qualifications
Applicants with exceptional experience and/or academic qualifications may be granted degree admission to the College of Graduate Studies without the submission of admission test scores. Admission approval may be granted by the Director of Graduate Studies following a review of the recommendation by the respective Graduate Program Director and Department Chair.