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University of Massachusetts-Amherst GRE score and admission requirements for graduate programs in Biology, Biomedical and Biological Sciences
University of Massachusetts-Amherst requires GRE scores to be submitted for 27 Programs.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst gre score requirements for graduate programs are:
Many applicants assume that the University of Massachusetts Amherst, because it is a public state institution, costs little to attend.
Applicants may be considered for admission to master or doctoral degree programs if they have attained the baccalaureate degree at an American college or university, or possess an equivalent degree.
Applications will not be fully considered until all required documentation has been received.
A completed Application Form, including the following materials: personal statement, resume, and an unofficial transcript from each college university attended.
The GRE is the standardized examination used by the majority of colleges and universities in the United States to evaluate graduate applicants.
Tuition scholarships and fellowships are few and are not usually awarded during the first year of attendance, before the student has an academic performance record at the University itself. All applicants should plan on being self-financed, without recourse to part-time employment at the University, at least through the first academic year, unless they have specifically been offered some form of assistance by the department. Applicants should be aware that the competition for new student tuition waivers is intense. Very few waivers are granted to new students and the few that are granted, are based only on departmental recommendations.
International applicants are eligible for these assistantships.
A tuition waiver accompanies a University Fellowship, and no service is required.
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Biology, Biomedical and Biological Sciences