Entrance Test Scores

Entrance test scores appropriate for each application must be sent to the Office of Graduate Admissions directly by the responsible testing agency. All test scores, except the TOEFL, are subject to a five-year time limitation. Scores from the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL), required of applicants whose native language is not English, are subject to a two-year time limit.

Scores on the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the General Test of the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) are required for admission as a prospective candidate for most graduate degrees. The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) may be used in lieu of scores on the GRE for admission to some Master of Education and Specialist in Education degree programs. The GMAT is required for applicants seeking admission as prospective candidates for the Master of Business Administration and the Master of Accountancy degrees. Applicants for the Master of Marketing Research and Master of Internet Technology degrees may submit either the GMAT or the GRE. The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy programs in business administration accept the GMAT or the GRE. The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy programs in economics require the GRE. Either the GRE or GMAT may be submitted in support of the MA in journalism and mass communication, the Master of Mass Communication (MMC), and PhD in mass communication. In all cases, applicants should consult the departments for information about specific test score requirements. Applicants who have been admitted previously to a degree program and earned credit toward that degree at the University of Georgia may submit the same test scores in support of an application for a new degree program. In this case, the scores are not subject to the five-year time limit.

UGA institutional code for ETS reporting: 5813. Please note that listing UGA (5813) as an Undergraduate Institution is NOT sufficient for ETS to send UGA a copy of the score report. You MUST list UGA (5813) as an actual Score Recipient. In addition to self-reported scores you may provide within the application, entrance test scores appropriate for each application must be sent to Graduate Admissions directly by the responsible testing agency. Unofficial scores are not acceptable. Test and sub-test requirements vary depending on major and academic department. Applicants should consult the departments for specific test requirements. The general test of the GRE is offered year-round as a computer-based test at centers worldwide. GRE subject tests and the GMAT are offered several times a year at numerous testing centers in the United States and abroad. Advance registration for tests is required. Information on the GRE can be obtained from the following sources:

Web: http://www.gre.org
E-mail: gre@ets.org
Phone: 1-609-771-7670
Graduate Record Examinations Educational Testing Service
PO Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08541

GMAT score requests should use the following program codes:

Master in Accountancy Z95-H2-08
Master of Internet Technology Z95-H2-26
Master of Marketing Research Z95-H2-61
MBA, Full Time Z95-H2-78
MBA, Fast Track Professional Z95-H2-83
Executive MBA Z95-H2-44
MS and MS Non-Thesis in Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics Z95-TV-06
PhD in Business Administration Z95-H2-11
PhD in Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics Z95-TV-07

For information on the GMAT, consult one of the following sources:

Web: http://www.gmat.org
E-mail: gmat@ets.org
Phone: 1-609-771-7330
Educational Testing Service
GMAT Distribution and Receiving Center
225 Phillips Boulevard
Ewing, NJ 08628-7435

The MAT is given at various colleges and universities approved by the Psychological Corporation. For information concerning the test as given at the University of Georgia, contact the Office of Testing and Evaluation, Clark Howell Hall, telephone (706) 542-8378. For general information, consult the following sources:

Web: http://www.milleranalogies.com
Phone: 1-800-622-3231
Psychological Corporation
555 Academic Court
San Antonio, TX 78204