Graduate School applicants are required to submit valid test scores to be considered for admission. International applicants must meet the English language proficiency requirements and may be required to submit TOEFL/IELTS test scores.
GRE (Graduate Record Examination)
Applicants are required to submit valid General Test scores from Educational Testing Service (ETS). GRE scores ae valid for five years. If you have questions about the validity of your GRE scores, please contact ETS. If ETS is able to send your valid scores, we will accept them. The University will not accept expired or self-reported test scores, or copies of test reports. We do not accept partial test scores. A student who chooses to respond to only one section of the test per sitting is testing under different circumstances than those who took all three sections of the test on one test date. Refer to the Fields of Study for specific department requirements to determine if a subject test is required. Although the Graduate School does not have a minimum score requirement, each department may set their own.
When registering to take the GRE, you must request that your scores be sent to Princeton University using institution code 2672. Department codes are not used at Princeton and are not required by ETS. Allow several weeks for test scores to reach us. Graduate Admission will update your submitted application checklist when the scores are received.
- The computer-based test (CBT) is offered on a monthly basis.
- The paper based test (PBT) is only offered in February, October and November, plan accordingly.
- If you will be taking a subject test, it must be taken by October 24, 2015. This test is only offered in paper format in September, October and April, plan accordingly.
An application is considered incomplete without these scores.
GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)
Applicants applying to the finance department may submit valid GMAT scores in place of GRE scores. GMAT scores are valid for 5 years. If you have questions about the validity of your GMAT scores, please contact GMAT. If GMAT is able to send your valid scores, we will accept them. The University will not accept expired or self-reported test scores, or copies of test takers reports. Although the Graduate School does not have a minimum score requirement, the department may have set its own.
When registering to take the GMAT, you must request that your scores be sent to Princeton University using program code 2672 or WC1-L5-59. Graduate Admission will update your submitted application checklist when the scores are received.
- GMAT is offered on a monthly basis.
For more information, visit GMAT.