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Are test scores required (GRE, MAT, etc.) for admission? Which ones are required for my program? What are the minimum scores?

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Test scores are not required for “conditional” admission to degree programs, or for students applying for certification/certificate programs or for “courses only.” Students requesting matriculation into a degree program must provide the appropriate test scores required for that program, with the exception that some NJCU graduate programs will waive the test requirement if the applicant already has a master’s degree or higher from an accredited U.S. institution.

Please note that NJCU is currently waiving tests for all master’s degree programs. For detailed information, refer to test waiver request requirements: https://www.njcu.edu/sites/default/files/graduate_docs/toefl-ieltsgrad.pdf

Please note that NJCU is currently waiving tests for all master’s degree programs. For detailed information, refer to test waiver request requirements: https://www.njcu.edu/sites/default/files/graduate_docs/toefl-ieltsgrad.pdf

Doctor of Science in Civil Security Leadership, Management, and Policy requires GRE – Verbal + Quantitative total minimum score of 290 and minimum Analytical Writing score of 4.00, GMAT – minimum of 560 in total and 4.00 on the Analytical Writing, or MAT (Miller Analogies Test) – at least the 25th percentile for the total group.

Professional Diploma in School Psychology requires GRE (Graduate Record Examination) – Verbal + Quantitative total minimum score of 290 and minimum Analytical Writing score of 4.00.

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