Standardized Testing Information

Graduate Record Exam (GRE)

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) "general test" is a comprehensive computer-based examination that assesses a student's analytical performance in quantitative and verbal reasoning, and analytical writing; it is offered at test center around the U.S. The test consists of verbal and quantitative multiple choice sections. The verbal section contains 30 questions and takes 30 minutes to complete. The quantitative section contains 28 questions and takes 45 minutes to complete. A cumulative score ranging from 400 to 1600 in 10 point increments is calculated for the multiple choice portions. There are also two analytical writing portions to the exam. The students are allotted 45 minutes for the issue writing section, and 30 minutes for the argument writing section. The writing portions are scored separately and range from a minimum score of 0 to a maximum score of 6 in half point increments. Students are not permitted to bring calculators, electronic devices, or learning aids to testing locations. Optional GRE Subject Tests gauge undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study. The Stockton University code is 2889 and should be used for score reporting. Examination periods are scheduled periodically throughout the year. Contact the ETS Web site: https://www.ets.org/gre. This site is a great resource for those looking for information about free GRE test change events, information, etc...

 

Gre Test Prep Course For Stockton Students and Alumni

The GRE Test Prep Course Offers Stockton Students and Alumni a high quality GRE preparation course at an affordable price. To register or to view an upcoming session, please contact the Office of Continuing Studies at 609-626-3458 or click here.

 


Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is comprehensive computer-based examination that helps assess a student's potential success in a MBA program; it is offered at test centers around the U.S. The test consists of four separate sections including a verbal, quantitative, and two analytical writing sections. The verbal section contains 41 questions and takes 75 minutes to complete. The quantitative section contains 37 questions and takes 75 minutes to complete. Students are given 30 minutes to complete both the argument and the issue writing assignments. Total GMAT scores range from a minimum of 200 and a maximum of 600. The analytical writing portions are scored independently from multiple choice portions and range from a minimum score of 0 to a maximum score of 6 in half point increments. Students are not permitted to bring calculators, electronic devices, or learning aids into the testing facility. The Stockton University code is 2889 and should be used for score reporting. Examination periods are scheduled periodically throughout the year. Information on testing locations and times visit www.mba.com.

 

GMAT Prep Courses for Stockton Students and Alumni

The GMAT Prep Course offers Stockton Students and Alumni a high quality GMAT preparation course at an affordable price. To register or to view an upcoming session, please contact the Office of Continuing Studies at 609-626-3458 orclick here.

 


Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a test of analytical ability that requires the solution of 120 problems stated as analogies, completed in 60 minutes. The MAT is intended to measure the ability to recognize relationships between ideas, fluency in the English Language, and general knowledge of the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, and social sciences. There is no foreign language edition of the MAT. Dictionaries or any other reference aides are not permitted when taking the MAT. The MAT is administered through a network of Controlled Testing Centers. The Stockton University code is 1391 and should be used for score reporting. Examination periods are scheduled periodically throughout the year. Please visit the Continuing Studies site for more information about the test, test dates, and how to register online. You may also visit the Pearson-Harcourt Assessment Web site: http://mileranalogies.com or by calling 800-622-3231 for specific details about the test.

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