Some graduate programs at UNH require that you submit standardized test scores as part of the application for admission.
It is important that you prepare to take any required exams prior to, or as you begin the process of, applying for your graduate studies. UNH is committed to helping provide you with the information necessary to successfully complete your required examination(s). Please utilize the resources below and consider taking advantage of the free test preparation courses we have arranged for you for the GMAT and GRE exams.
Applicants for the following programs must submit the appropriate standardized test score reports:
|Degree Program||Test Requirement|
|Business Administration, M.B.A.||GRE or GMAT|
|Criminal Justice, Ph.D.||GRE|
|Education, M.S.||Praxis I examination for all candidates or may be waived with an SAT waiver letter from the Connecticut State Department of Education
Praxis II examination for all secondary certification candidates
|Forensic Science, M.S. - Criminalistics track only||GRE|
|Management of Sports Industries, M.S.||GRE or GMAT|
|Management of Sports Industries, M.S. - Fully Online
||GRE or GMAT|
|M.B.A. / M.P.A. Dual Degree Program||GRE or GMAT|
|M.B.A. / M.S.I.E. Dual Degree Program||GRE or GMAT|
|Taxation, M.S.||GRE or GMAT|
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is administered by GMAC, the Graduate Management Admission Council. The GMAT provides a standard assessment for graduate business schools and measures candidates' aptitude in four critical skill areas: Verbal, Quantitative, Analytical Writing, and Integrated Reasoning.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is administered by ETS, Educational Testing Services. The GRE revised General Test provides a broad assessment for candidates seeking admission to a variety of graduate degree programs and measures applicants' skills in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.
The Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Tests are required of all incoming candidates to the M.S. Education - Teacher Certification program. This requirement may be waived with a SAT waiver letter provided from the Connecticut State Department of Education. These tests are administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS) and measure applicants' skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. The Praxis I tests are administered in paper and computer-based formats.
The Praxis II Subject Assessments are required of all incoming candidates to the M.S. Education-Teacher Certification program who wish to pursue secondary teaching certification. These assessments are recommended for incoming M.S. Education candidates pursuing elementary certification. These tests are administered by ETS and measure aptitude in specific K-12 subject areas.