The following Graduate Programs at Minnesota
State University Moorhead require scores on graduate admissions tests
prior to reviewing applications for admission.
Master of Science, Accounting and FinanceGraduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). All applicants that do not meet the 3.0 GPA admission requirement must take the GMAT and earn a score of at least 550 to be considered for a provisional admission.
Master of Science, School PsychologyGraduate
Record Examination (GRE Test); verbal and quantitative portions
combined score of 1,000 is required. Test scores must be no more than
five years old.
Master of Science, Speech-Language PathologyGraduate Record Examination (GRE Test). Test scores must be no more than five years old.
Test takers should be aware of the country specific scheduling requirements for the GMAT exam. Students may register for the GMAT exam online, by phone, by mail, or by fax. Information on registering for the test and the location of testing centers can be viewed online at http://www.mba.com/. Available time slots change continuously based on capacity and ongoing registration.
GMAT testing is available at the following testing cite in Fargo, North Dakota. The fee for the test is $250.00. Contact information for the testing cite:
Pearson Professional Centers
3170 43rd St. S.
Fargo, N D 58104
The GRE Information and Registration Bulletin for the 2012-13 testing year provides information about the GRE test, the policies and procedures for taking the test, and GRE services and publications. This booklet, information on registering for the test and the location of testing centers can be viewed online at http:www.ets.org/gre.
The computerized GRE General Test is available at the following testing cite. The fee for the test is $175.00 More information on how to pay and scheduling can be found online at http://www.gre.org. Alternate foreign and U.S. testing centers are listed on the GRE website. Contact information for the testing cite:Prometric Testing Center901 28th St. S.Fargo, ND 58103701-356-9000
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