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University of Iowa GRE score and admission requirements for graduate programs in Health Professions
University of Iowa requires GRE scores to be submitted for 24 Programs.
University of Iowa gre score requirements for graduate programs are:
Currently, all of the students admitted to our program have some form of funding. Most receive teaching or research assistantships. Some have external (i.e., non-University of Iowa) funding. A very small number of students receive fellowships from the University of Iowa Graduate College.
Students who are not U.S. citizens are eligible for teaching assistantships, and in most cases, research assistantships. Note, however, that students who receive teaching assistantships must be certified by the English as a Second Language Program. International students are also eligible for Presidential Fellowships. International students do not for the Presidential Fellowships themselves. The Department will decide if a student should be nominated for a Presidential Fellowship and, if so, will submit the nomination to the Graduate College.
What are the minimum GRE scores for each area?
We do not have a required minimum for the GRE scores. We do like to see the total of the verbal and quantitative scores at a minimum score of 300 or better and, preferably, a 4.0 or better writing score on the aptitude test of the Graduate Record Examination (quantitative plus verbal GRE scores). Yet, these are not requirements. Rather, they reflect the range for students who tend to be successful in our programs. At the same time, we have had many students who are quite successful whose scores are lower.
We read the entire application file. Consequently, what a student may perceive as a deficiency in one component of the application (say, a low quantitative GRE score) can be compensated with exceptional strengths in others (say high grades in quantitative college courses like mathematics that are reflected on a transcript).
Your GRE scores are no longer valid after five years. Thus, if your scores are five years or older, you must re-take the GRE.
Will you accept the initial report on my GRE that I received after taking it?
No. We must have an official report sent to us by ETS (the organization that administers the GRE).
How many times can I take the GRE?
You can take the GRE as many times as you would like. We will consider all of your scores as an aggregate. That is, we will examine the range, the median, and the trends in the scores. Thus, note that taking the GRE multiple times and scoring higher on one attempt than others does not necessarily mean that we will consider only that highest attempt.
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