It is fair to say that every student’s first visit to University websites, always look to find what is the Minimum GRE Scores or Average GRE Scores required for admission.
It is not always easy to find the required GRE scores for admission to specific programs, but there is an easy way.
University of Buffalo
Master’s program Biotechnology website doesn’t say the required GRE Score. But, they have listed the contact
For further information and advisement, please contact:
- Dr. Stephen Koury
- Director of Graduate Studies
- E-mail: [email protected]
So, sending Dr. Koury will help you find the admission requirements. Usually, they will respond to prospective students.
- GRE Test Scores and Scoring
Email to Dr.Koury
I am a final year undergraduate student from Anna University(India). I am very much intersted to pursue my graduate studies at your instituition. I have a percentage of 83.32.I would like to know about the minimum Gre scores for pusuing graduate studies in Biotechnology. I have a Gre score of 950(verbal 310 and quantative 640). Will I be eligible to apply to your program??.I have great interest in biotechnology.I have strong profile with paper presentations and
projects.Will these factors help me in getting a graduate program at your prestigious institution??
Response from Dr.Koury
Your GRE scores are not competitive for admission as you need at least 1100 total based on the scores our accepted applicants have had over the last few years.
Stephen T. Koury, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Biotechnical and Clinical Laboratory Sciences
University at Buffalo, 26 Cary Hall
3435 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
Did you see how easy is to get answers about admission requirements. Thanks to Vicky for forwarding this email.
You can do the same thing with other departments. But, make sure you email to the right contact person listed on the website.
Professors who take care of admission, will have the information about admission requirements.
If you questions related to the project/research, you can send email to particular professors, but not for admission requirements.