No Minimum GRE for Admission to graduate programs in Data Science - Updated 2020
— School of Data Science
There is no predetermined minimum required GRE score.
The University of Virginia-Main Campus does not make average GRE scores available, but in the past, admitted students typically had scores of at least 80th percentile on the quantitative section and 60th percentile on the verbal section. Please keep in mind that the GRE is only one part of the application.
Applicant must self-report either their GRE, or GMAT, or MCAT scores on the application.
If applicant wish to have their official GMAT scores sent, request that GMAC send an official score report to UVA, searching “University of Virginia” and then selecting “Data Science” as the program.
Not generally, but the university can use an old GMAT/GRE score even if ETS will no longer issue a report, provided applicant have a copy of the score report.
The minimum internet-based TOEFL score requirement is 90
The minimum paper-based TOEFL score requirement is 600. The minimum IELTS score requirement is 7.0 total and in each section
Data Science and Business Analytics, M.S.
Applicants must meet the general Graduate School requirements for admission to Master’s Degree programs. In addition to the general requirements for admission to the Graduate School, an earned baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in any scientific, engineering or business discipline or a closely related field is required.
Have a cumulative or graduate GPA of 3.0 and above from a nationally accredited college or university in the United States.
Have successfully completed a minimum of two of the required courses in the Graduate Certificate in Data Science and Business Analytics with a GPA of 3.5 or above, with no than one grade of B, and a letter of recommendation from at least one of the course instructors.
Individuals who have worked at a high professional level in the computer industry or business may be able to substitute work experience for specific subject area admission requirements. Individuals without a business degree or business experience are required to complete an business fundamentals course prior to enrolling in the program.
Admissions Technology and Social Behavior
Fellowships are extremely competitive and generally applicants will need to have exceptional GRE scores and GPAs.
Computer Science Engineering
There is no minimum GRE score. Note that the GRE computer science subject exam is no longer offered.
There is no minimum GRE test score, however applicants admitted to the CS graduate program usually have high quantitative GRE scores and a math background that includes study through some discrete math.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute
Required -- Average of all scores in the upper 50th percentile, no minimum score has been set,
Required -- Average of all scores in the upper 50th percentile, no minimum score has been set.
Minimum Internet-Based Test Overall Score Required: 100 and no subscale score less than 22 for unconditional admit.
While there is no absolute GRE standard for admission, the strong guideline is for students to be at the 50th percentile for admission
Recommendation Letters– Minimum of Three, Objective Evaluation of student’s independent problem-solving, writing skills, analytical reasoning, and ability to work alone and in a team environment to produce valid research results.
Baylor UniversityRanked 71 in Best National University.
Doctorate in Information Systems
Applicant are required to take the GMAT or GRE exam. There is no minimum GMAT or GRE score requirement.
GRE or GMAT scores are required of all applicants to doctoral programs, all applicants seeking financial support, and all applicants whose most recent degree was awarded from an institution outside of the United States.
Students must take the GRE or GMAT and arrange to have official score reports to be sent to NJIT before they may become eligible to receive awards. Although there is no minimum eligibility score for the GRE or GMAT, NJIT may establish them for certain awards.
Students must earn at least a 3.0 GPA each semester, as well as maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to keep receiving their awards. A 3.0 GPA will also maintain awards that initially required higher GPAs to receive them.