Submitting Standardized Test Scores

Standardized Test
Score Submission

We’re here to support you through the process of submitting your GRE scores for Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden. This guide offers instructions to ensure a smooth and successful submission, and if you have any questions, our team is ready to assist you.


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If you have any questions or require assistance with the application process, do not hesitate to contact us. Our team is here to provide full support as you embark on your journey to Rutgers Graduate School-Camden. To help address any potential concerns, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions below:

Can I self-report my GRE scores during the application process?

Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden requires official GRE scores directly from ETS. While self-reported scores might be allowed for the initial application, please note that official scores are necessary for the final evaluation.

Can I submit my GRE scores after the application deadline?

To be considered for admission, your GRE scores should be sent to Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden before the application deadline. It’s advisable to take the GRE well in advance to avoid any last-minute issues.

Do I need to submit my GRE scores for each Rutgers campus that I am applying to?

No, the code is the same for all campuses of Rutgers University.

I have taken the GRE multiple times. Which scores will be considered?

Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden considers your most recent GRE scores. However, some programs may review all your scores from the past five years. Check with the specific program for their score evaluation policy.

Do I need to submit GRE test scores if they aren't required?

At Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden, we have specific admission requirements for each graduate program. While some programs may not require GRE scores, others may. It is essential to review the admission criteria for your desired program to determine if GRE scores are mandatory for your application. If the program you’re applying to does not require GRE scores, you are not obligated to submit them.

Can I submit the LSAT or GMAT instead of GRE scores?

The GRE is the standard test requirement for most graduate programs at Rutgers University Graduate School-Camden. However, some specialized programs may accept other standardized test scores, such as the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) or GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). If your desired program accepts alternative test scores, you can submit the appropriate test results in lieu of the GRE. Be sure to check the specific admission requirements for your chosen program to understand which test scores are accepted.

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We understand that this can be a complex process, and we want to assure you that our dedicated team is here to provide the support you need. If you have any questions or require additional assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are always available to help.