M.S. in Healthcare Administration

GRE or GMAT Concerns

Regarding the GRE and GMAT Exams

Some people may be exempted from taking GRE or GMAT. More information about waivers is available.

If you take the GRE or GMAT, there is no "cutoff" score. The score is taken into account with other admissions criteria, as described in the UTA Graduate Catalog.

A weak GRE or GMAT score can be compensated for in other ways, such as by having a high undergradute GPA.

One good strategy for preparing for the GRE/GMAT is to register for the test, giving yourself one or two months until the test date. Use that time to prepare. For example, you can get a GRE/GMAT preparation book and work through sample problems. By registering first, you have set a concrete target; by giving yourself a month or two to prepare, you have allocated enough time to meet that target, even if things come up along the way.

More information is available about the GRE.

More information is available about the GMAT.