While the average admitted applicant has a combined verbal and quantitative GRE score of 1350 or higher, candidates with lower scores will be given serious consideration if other parts of the application are extraordinary. We have admitted applicants with scores as low as 1200.
Average GRE Scores for Harvard Graduate Schools. We don’t know exactly what GRE score Harvard University requires. However, some Harvard graduate schools do list average GRE scores of their previously admitted class. This is actually quite helpful, in case you’re preparing to take the exam.
Unfortunately the average GRE score requirement varies from school to school within Harvard. For instance, Harvard Graduate School of Education accepted PhD candidates with an average of 158 (Quantitative) and 163 (verbal). On the other hand for the engineering school, the Quant scores were at 163 while verbal scores stood at 160.For the Ed.L.D., Ed.M., and C.A.S. programs, HGSE's institution code for the GRE is 3428. You do not need a department code, because the Admissions Office is the only department within HGSE that receives scores from ETS.To be competitive, applicants should have excellent grades, GRE scores, recommendations, and must have research interests that are compatible with those of faculty members. While we do not require an undergraduate concentration in psychology, some social science coursework is helpful.
If you are applying for the Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Ph.D.) you must send your GRE scores to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). Their institution code for the GRE is 3451. Ph.D. applicants interested in Fall 2020 admissions must submit official GRE scores from no earlier than September 1, 2014.Read More
GRE Subject Tests include major disciplines such as psychology, chemistry, and physics. Taking a GRE psychology subject test may improve your chances of admittance into a graduate psychology program. High GRE scores also make it easier for students to receive merit-based scholarships and assistantships. GRE Subject Tests.Read More
The Educational Testing Service has postponed its administration of the GRE — a graduate school entrance exam required by many Harvard master’s and Ph.D. programs — in some locations worldwide.Read More
Admission Requirements. The department receives approximately 320 applications for graduate admissions each year. On average, 25 students are accepted, of whom about 12 choose Northwestern for their graduate studies. The average Verbal GRE score of students admitted to the department of psychology is 165.Read More
PhD December 3, 2019: At the top of the Statement of Purpose, include a list of three Psychology Department faculty, in order of preference, with whom you would like to work. GRE general test scores not required. GRE Subject Test scores not required.Read More
Psychology graduate programs that don’t require the GRE may come as a relief to candidates who are interested in furthering their educational goals without having to take a costly, difficult test. We’ve found schools with psychology grad programs that look beyond test scores, making the GRE either optional or not part of the application at all.Read More
While many graduate schools in psychology will not consider a student with less than a 3.0 GPA, competitive GRE scores override a lower GPA. Find out the expectations of each school and try to exceed them or provide supplemental evidence of your readiness for graduate school.Read More
Be sure to register for the tests well before administration dates and request that your scores be sent to Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences using code 3451. 5. Demonstrate English Proficiency, Where Required. Adequate command of spoken and written English is essential to success in graduate study at Harvard.Read More
No, the Stanford Psychology PhD program does not require the general GRE or the subject GRE. We will not be collecting any information related to GRE exam scores on the application. Please do not submit GRE scores to Stanford for our program.Read More
Scores from the GRE Psychology subject test are not requested or considered in the application process. Clinical Science graduate applicants, though, are encouraged to take the Psychology subject test, because high scores from the test can help cover the APA breadth requirements if the test was taken before the start of graduate training.Read More