|MBA||GMAT or GRE|
|MEd||GRE or MAT|
Test scores are required for most graduate programs. Some programs do not require admission test scores for holders of advanced degrees.
GRE, MAT or GMAT scores must be received by the published program application deadline. Applications cannot be reviewed until test scores are received.
Please keep in mind that it takes approximately six to eight weeks for scores to be processed and transmitted to the Graduate School from paper and pencil or special accommodation administration of tests.
* Rehabilitation Counseling accepts GRE or MAT
Graduate Records Examination – GRE
P.O. Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08541-6000
GRE testing is available at WWU's Testing Center. For details, please see http://www.wwu.edu/assess/gre.shtml.
The Graduate School accepts only official GRE test scores sent directly from ETS. Official scores are reportable for five years.
WWU's ETS Institution code is 4947. No departmental code is required, as all GRE scores are sent to the Graduate School office.
- Comparison of old GRE scoring scale (200-800) to Revised GRE scoring scale (130-170)
- GRE General Test Score Interpretation Information
Graduate Management Admission Test – GMAT
GMAT is available in Bellingham through Western’s Testing Center.
Register online at http://www.mba.com/the-gmat.aspx.
Miller Analogies Test – MAT
MAT is available in Bellingham through Western’s Testing Center.
Contact the Testing Center directly at (360) 650-3080 to arrange a testing appointment.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language – TOEFL
WWU Graduate School's TOEFL iBT minimum for general admissions eligibilty is 86. Applcants to the Speech/Language Pathology program must achieve an iBT score of 100 in order to be considered.
International English Language Testing System- IELTS
WWU Graduate School's IELTS minimum for general admissions eligibility is 7.0
Please see http://www.ielts.org/ for information and to schedule a testing appointment.
WWU Testing Center
WWU Testing Center
333 32nd Street - AC 120
Bellingham, WA 98229