The great urban university of New York City, NYU. (Okay, I might catch some flack from Columbia folk for that.) Some years it seems that there as many people hoping to get into graduate school at NYU as there are actors desperate to make it on Broadway. And unfortunately for you, dear grad school aspirant, it often seems just about as difficult.
So how do you set yourself apart? Well one thing that the admissions committee looks at is your GRE test scores. Yeah, that’s right, one little test can change the course of the committee’s decision and consequently the course of your academic (and personal!) life. So what do you need to get in?
Average GRE Scores for NYU – Engineering and Education
If you’re applying to grad programs in either Engineering or Education at NYU, you’re in luck: these programs provide concrete GRE data on an annual basis. Here’s the US News & World Report data on the Engineering and Education programs at NYU:
|Program||Average verbal||Average Quantitative|
|Engineering - Master's||151||165|
|Engineering - PhD||155||165|
|Education - Master's||154||156|
|Education - PhD/EdD||159||157|
Estimating NYU GRE Scores in Other Disciplines
If only Engineering and Education programs provide GRE scores, how can we know what scores are like in other programs? Based on rankings. Using the score data and rankings from Engineering and Education, we can estimate scores for other NYU programs.
Below is an estimated range of scores you could expect from NYU’s ranked programs.
|Program||US News Rank||Estimated Verbal Range||Estimated Quantitative Range|
To see where those scores fall, check out the GRE percentile rankings.
Resources to Get the GRE Scores You’ll Need
Check out the following links for more help preparing for the GRE: