GRE and GMAT Scores for UTA – University of Texas at Arlington

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Couple of days back I wrote about Average GRE Test scoring for various schools in USA  for University of Virginia.

Few students have requested from the comments to for GRE Scores for other universities.

Today, you can know average GRE score for University of Texas at Arlington.

Computer Science department at University of Texas at Arlington, requires minimum GRE of 1100, but that doesn’t mean they will not give admission to students with GRE of 1050.

I have written in details on how graduate school application is reviewed and accepted and also avoiding there 11 common college admission application mistakes will definitely increase the chances to get admission.

Average GRE Scores for UTA

Average GRE scores listed represents scores of students from all the the departments in UTA. That will also include Masters degree in UTA and PhD programs.

That doesn’t mean average score will not be of any use. Using the GRE score will definitely give an idea of chances you have based on your GPA, Percentage, TOEFL, Recommendation Letter, Statement of purpose, resume, ..

Year

Average GRE

25th Percentile

75th Percentile

2003 – 2004

1121

-

-

2004 to 2005

1100

-

-

2005 to 2006

1080

-

-

2006 to 2007

1088

940

1210

2007 to 2008

1098

1000

1210

Year

Average GMAT

25th Percentile

75th Percentile

2003 – 2004

539

-

-

2004 to 2005

529

-

-

2005 to 2006

544

-

-

2006 to 2007

514

463

590

2007 to 2008

521

460

580

Graduate Record Exam Score Analysis

From the above table for average GRE, for year 2006 to 2008, we have data for 25th percentile and 75th percentile.

So, students with score of 940 and below have got admission. But, they don’t disclose which department.

Maybe for Biology or Physics department will give admission for GRE scores below 900, but I’m sure for Engineering department in UTA will need score of 1100 are more.

I have similar data for another 20 or more universities and I plan to write in coming weeks.

If you like to stay informed, subscribe to email updates using the link below. If you like to know what other universities, I have, hmm lemme say few names,… University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at Dallas, Clemson, and many more.

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