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Every year US News publishes Best Graduate Schools Rankings 2013.

Don’t ask me why Best Graduate Schools Rankings for 2013 is published in March of 2012.

Fortunately I have access to Premium Membership of US News, which displays Average GRE, GMAT, LSAT  scores of  Graduate Schools.

Lets focus on Graduate Schools Engineering Rankings in this blog post.

Best Engineering  Rankings are classified into following specialties.

  •     Aerospace / Aeronautical / Astronautical
  •     Biological / Agricultural
  •     Biomedical / Bioengineering
  •     Chemical
  •     Civil
  •     Computer
  •     Electrical / Electronic / Communications
  •     Environmental / Environmental Health
  •     Industrial / Manufacturing
  •     Materials
  •     Mechanical
  •     Nuclear Engineering

Best Engineering Schools Rankings

Here are top Engineering Schools Rankings

  • #1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • #2 Stanford University
  • #3 University of California–Berkeley
  • #4 Georgia Institute of Technology
  • #5 California Institute of Technology
  • #5 University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
  • #7 Carnegie Mellon University
  • #8 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
  • #8 University of Texas–Austin (Cockrell)
  • #10 Cornell University
  • #10 Purdue University–West Lafayette

Click the Pages Below to find the Average GRE quantitative scores for  Top Engineering Schools.

Bonus Rankings with Average GRE quantitative score

  • #31 North Carolina State University (Average GRE quantitative score – 755)
  • #54 University at Buffalo–SUNY (Average GRE quantitative score – 758)
  • #102 Florida A&M University – Florida State University (Average GRE quantitative score – 726)
  • #126 New Mexico State University (Average GRE quantitative score – 718)

#1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

  • Student population: 10,566 (4,299 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 8 to 1
  • Tuition and Living Under Graduate – 55,270
mit dome

MIT Dome – Campus

  • Tuition – Graduate Student – 42,500
  • Average GRE quantitative score -  783

#2 Stanford University

  • Student population: 19,535 (6,940 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 10 to 1
Stanford University

Stanford University Campus

  • Tuition and Living Under Graduate – $57,755
  • Tuition – Graduate Student -$40,800
  • Average GRE quantitative score -  785

 #3 University of California, Berkeley

 

  • Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      City: Midsize
  • Campus housing:      Yes
University of California Berkeley

University of California Berkeley- Photos – flickr.com/photos/kevinmgong/

  • Student population:      35,833 (25,540 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      16 to 1
  • Graduate Fees – 26,322 (Out of State), 11,220 (In-State)
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 782

#4 Georgia Institute of Technology

 

  • Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      City: Large
  • Campus housing:      Yes
Georgia Institute of Technology

Photo By flickr.com/photos/hectoralejandro/

  • Student population:      20,720 (13,750 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      19 to 1
  • Graduate Fees: Out of State ( 26,860), In Sate Fees (9,986)
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 771

#5 California Institute of Technology

 

  • Type:      4-year, Private not-for-profit
  • Campus setting:      City: Midsize
  • Campus housing:      Yes
  • Student population:      2,175 (967 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      3 to 1
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 800
  • Graduate Fees – $36,387

#5 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

  •  Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      City: Small
  • Campus housing:      Yes
  • Student population:      43,862 (31,540 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      19 to 1
  • Graduate Fees: Out of State (25,221), In Sate Fees (12,993)
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 774

#7 Carnegie Mellon University

  • Website:      www.cmu.edu
  • Type:      4-year, Private not-for-profit
  • Campus setting:      City: Large
  • Campus housing:      Yes
  • Student population:      11,340 (5,830 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      12 to 1
  • Graduate Fees: $36,900
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 777

#8 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

  • Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      City: Midsize
  • Campus housing:      Yes
University of Michigan

University of Michigan – (By flickr.com/redgoober4life/

  • Student population:      41,924 (27,027 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      12 to 1
  • Average GRE quantitative score – 778

#8 University of Texas–Austin (Cockrell)

  • Students, Fall 2011: 51,112 for the main Austin campus
  • Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      City: Large
  • Campus housing:      Yes
univesity of texas austin

Photo – flickr.com/photos/derekskey/

  • Student population:      51,195 (38,420 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      18 to 1
  • Average GRE quantitative score – 774

#10 Cornell University

  • Type:      4-year, Private not-for-profit
  • Campus setting:      City: Small
  • Campus housing:      Yes
Cornell University

Cornell Campus by flickr.com/photos/manalkhan/

  • Student population:      20,939 (13,935 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      12 to 1
  • Graduate Fees: $29,500
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 774

#10 Purdue University, West Lafayette

  • Type:      4-year, Public
  • Campus setting:      Suburb: Midsize
  • Campus housing:      Yes
  • Student population:      41,063 (32,173 undergraduate)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio:      14 to 1
  • Graduate Fees: Out of State (27,061), In-State Fees (8,893)
  • Average GRE quantitative score  – 763

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