I am confused about the way the graduate programs evaluate GRE scores. I will start nursing school in May, which will take 15 months since I already have another degree. I have already taken the GRE, but am not sure how my score will compare. Do graduate programs (CRNA) look at all three sections, or just the verbal and quantitative? I read on another thread that the minimum score for most programs is 1500, so is that for all three sections combined, or just the verbal and math? I would appreciate any knowledge on this. I am new to this site!
Aug 13, '02
Usually they look at the verbal and quantitative, most require a minimum of 500 in both of those sections...So >1000 on verbal and quantitative. A few look at all of the scores requiring a minimun of say 1500. The schools that you are interested in going to will tell you what their gre requirements are.
Aug 13, '02
2ndChance, are you going to UMSL or SLU? I looked into both of their programs, but the part-time route works better for me, so I'm going elsewhere. If I had the time, though, I would have done it the accelerated way. Good luck to you.
Aug 14, '02
On the part time idea,
Don't ever be afraid to ask a program if they offer one. I know of at least one program where the part time option is an unadvertised option. (Ahem!)
So go for the school you want, all they can do is say no.
Aug 16, '02
I am going to UMSL. I am doing my prerequisites now.
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