Do I need to take the GMAT exam in order to apply for MS Computer Science from Arizona State University?
Asked by Ronak Sharma about 1 year ago
ASU requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0 (85% or higher) for most courses. Indian students must meet Arizona State University's TOEFL requirements and GPA requirements. The typical TOEFL score for courses at ASU is 80.
For MS or other master's programmes at Arizona State University, GRE requirements are applicable. The MBA programme, for which there is no minimum requirement, is the only master's degree for which a GRE (or GMAT) score is necessary. For the same, a GRE score of greater than 300 is advised. However, the majority of ASU's PhD programmes require a GRE score.
Like the GRE, W.P. Carey only accepts GMAT scores for its MBA and other master's programmes. Therefore, for MBA aspirants, a GMAT score between 650 and 700 is advised.
Arizona State University does not require SAT or ACT results for undergraduate enrollment. However, to fulfil ASU's aptitude test criteria, the university takes scores from the SAT or ACT exams rather than a minimum GPA. Therefore, the bare minimum is an ACT score of 24. 1180 on the SAT
ASU's official 2021 acceptance rate is 88%. This suggests that getting into ASU courses is just marginally competitive. Arizona State University encourages candidates with strong academic records even though it examines each application holistically.
Therefore, your admission prospects are good if you meet the educational score criteria or make up for it with a high standardised test score.
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