Most graduate programs require applicants to take standardized tests such as the GRE, GMAT, or MAT and have the testing agency submit test scores directly to the Graduate Admissions office. Applicants should check with the degree program for more detailed information on which test is might be required and whether or not there is a minimum required score. Specific admission requirements for each program are listed in the Graduate Catalog.
Applicants should make arrangements to take the appropriate test several months before to the admissions application deadline. All official test scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to Graduate Admissions. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) code for Marshall University is 5396. In general, test scores cannot be more than five years old.
Applications for admission to programs which require a test score will not be complete until the test score is reported.
Test scores are valid for a specific period of time and cannot be accepted if they are beyond the specified timetable below.
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