Does anyone know the GRE scores requirement for applying to Clemson University's graduate program in Computer Science and Engineering?


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Clemson University is my top choice for pursuing higher education. I’m going to be applying to their graduate program for computer science and engineering. When I was searching for their application requirements, I noticed they didn’t have a GRE score put up. Can someone tell me what their GRE score requirement is? If there’s none, then what’s a good score to have? Also, what other admission requirements are there? I might’ve missed something so a quick list should suffice.

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Clemson University admission requirements:

  1. Complete the online application.

  2. Send electronic copy of GRE score to the university: The average scores of students who entered the computer science program had: Quantitative 164; Verbal 148; Analytical 3.

  3. PDF version and unofficial copies of transcripts from undergraduate and graduate school. Official transcripts will need to be sent after being accepted.

  4. Three letters of recommendation that will be uploaded in the online application.

If you’re an international student, you’ll have to turn in TOEFL or IELTS scores.

https://www.clemson.edu/graduate/academics/program-details.html?m_id=computer-science#Applying

 

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Clemson University is a public university ranked as #62 in Best National University. It is located in Columbia, South Carolina.

The College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Science at Clemson University offers a Master of Science in Computer Science. This is a hybrid program available on-campus as well as online, which can be completed in one and a half to two years after completing an undergraduate degree but may take longer for individuals whose undergraduate degree is not in computer science.

The MS in Computer Science at Clemson University doesn’t have any minimum GRE score requirements.

The Graduate school does not set any deadlines, the applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Additional supplementary materials include a specialized personal statement, resume, thesis, portfolio, 2 or 3 recommendations, unofficial transcripts, TOEFL/IELTS/PTE (only for international students), etc.,

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