List of Universities that accept GRE 290-300 score.





The day of your GRE is here. You are well prepared. You know you will do very well. You come across a few tough questions but you are confident you will score a 310+. You hit the FINISH button and wait for your result. The time between hitting the FINISH button and the appearance of your result on the screen seems to stretch over a century. Finally you see the score you have been so anxious about and you feel your brain freeze. It is a 295. How could I even get such a score? You wonder. You are disheartened and decide on giving GRE another shot.

You give some mock exams on ETS and realize you are scoring around 290-300 and see no point of giving the exam again. You give up on it. But there is no need for you to give up on your dream to study in the US. There are several universities which accept students with scores between 290-300. As we know, all universities in the US boast well educated faculty and excellent research facilities. They may not be a Massachusetts Institute of Technology or Harvard School, but they will support excellent infrastructure, faculty and a variety of programs. Here is a list of some Universities which accept students with a GRE score ranging from 290-300 :

Northwest Missouri State University

Lamar University

Illinois State University, Normal

University of Louisville

Texas A & M University, Commerce

Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs

Boise State university, Idaho

Montana State University, Bozeman

South Dakota School of Mines & technology

North Carolina Agricultural & Tech State University

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Florida International university

North Dakota State University

Western Kentucky University

Bradley University

Cleveland State University

University of Bridgeport –CT

University of Dayton –Ohio

Texas A & M university, Kingsville

University of West Florida, Pensacola

Eastern Michigan University

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Suffolk University, MA

University of North Carolina, Greensboro

New Mexico Institute of Mining &Tech.

University of Central Arkansas

Southeastern University, DC

University of Hawaii

University of Texas, Tyler

Eastern Washington University

Southern Oregon University, Ashland

University of Texas at San Antonio

State University of West Georgia

Ball State University

University of Texas El Paso

Columbus State University

Arkansas State University

University of Denver

North Dakota State University

New York Institute of Technology

California State University, Chico

Dakota State University

St Cloud State University

Marquette University

Temple University, PA

City College of the City of New York

Northeastern Illinois University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Arkansas Little Rock

California State University, Fresno

Alabama A & M University

Widener University, Pennsylvania

Alcorn State University

Gannon University

University of Findlay-Ohio

San Diego State University, California

Ball State University

Northwestern Polytechnic University

Jacksonville State University

Saint Joseph University

Chapman University

Kent State University

Ferris State University

University of New Haven, CT

Farleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey

State University of New York, Albany

College of William & Mary

East Tennessee State University

Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos

DePaul University

Mc Neese State University

Oakland University

Sam Houston State University

San Jose state University

William Patterson University

Western Carolina University

University of Central Oklahoma

Widener University

University of St Thomas, MN

Western Illinois university

Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Delaware State University

State University of New York, New Paltz

Central Michigan University

University of Southern Mississippi

Indiana University South Bend

Saint Mary’s University San Antonio

Shippensburg University, PA

East Tennessee State University

University of Texas, Pan America

Jackson State University

Oklahoma City University

Frostburg State University

La Salle University, PA

Alfred University

Monmouth University-New Jersey

Southern New Hampshire University

Roosevelt University Chicago

Drake university

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Duquesne University

Georgia College & State University

Georgia Southern University

Kennesaw State University

Long Island University

Loyola University Chicago

Northern Kentucky University

Lawrence Tech University

Clark Atlanta University

California State University, Northridge

Catholic University of America, Washington

Ohio Dominican College (University), Ohio

Ferris State University, Michigan

Fitchburg State University, MA

Hawaii Pacific University, Hawaii

Northwood University, Michigan

Johnson and Wales University, RI

Governors State University, Parkway IL

Troy State University, Alabama

Stevens Institute of Technology

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton

Golden Gate University

Howard University

Dominican University

These universities offer Master’s programs like:

  • Computer science/ Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (with specializations in Telecommunication, networks, embedded systems etc.)
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Management in Information Systems
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Engineering Management
  • Business Analytics
  • Financial Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology/ biotechnology

And so on..

You must ensure an above average aggregate/CGPA and a good ToEFL score to support your credentials. Getting involved in good projects, writing and publishing technical papers in your Undergraduate program or work place can also earn you brownie points. A good set of Recommendation Letters and an excellent Statement of Purpose will help boost your profile. Even though universities mention a GRE score range for acceptance, do not shy away from applying to a couple of your dream universities too.

Author:
Karishma Tijoriwala
Counselor at ISSC


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