Effective with tests taken after August 1, 2011, GRE score ranges were revised. Verbal and quantitative reasoning scores were adjusted from a 600-point range with a 10-point deviation to a 40-point range with a one-point deviation. Currently, all programs except educational leadership employ a formula score on which program admission decisions are made. That formula score is: (Cumulative/overall undergraduate GPA x 150) + Verbal reasoning score + Quantitative reasoning score. This formula is based on the 600-point ranges. The minimum formula score for school counseling is 1,200; the minimum score for all other programs utilizing the formula is 1,100. Until further notice, concordance tables provided by ETS will be used to convert 40-point range scores to 600-point range scores. In instances where one 40-point range score equates to more than one 600-point range score, the highest 600-point range score will be used to compute the formula. For example, per the concordance tables, a verbal reasoning score of 152 equates to 480 and 490 on the 600-point range. In that case, 490 would be used to compute the formula.
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