GMAT and GRE scores are considered valid for five years from the testing date. If your scores are more than five years old at the time your application is reviewed, new scores may be required. A GMAT score from 500-510 and above is recommended. GRE scores are easily converted to GMAT scores with the GRE Comparison Tool.
Students who are applying to a business school or another management program usually take the GMAT. Students who plan to study most other subjects in graduate school usually take the GRE. Both exams test students on verbal, math, and analytical skills.
However, the UVU MPS program gives prospective students the choice of which test to take. You may research the differences between the tests with the information and links below so you will be able to select the right test which best emphasizes your strengths.
The GRE is offered year-round and tests potential graduate students in four areas:
Test-takers receive three scores: one each for verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing. It is primarily a computer-based test. It can be given on paper, however, if the computer-based test isn’t available.
The test costs $205 (USD) worldwide.
Testing location and registration may be found at Test Center and Dates. Test results may be sent directly to UVU by using this school code - 4181.