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List of Universities that accept GRE 300-310 score





You have always been dreaming of studying abroad and you have prepared really hard since months for all the competitive exams like the GRE, GMAT, TOEFL. After appearing for your Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), you are confident enough that you have answered majority of the questions correctly and you expect a score of 320+. Soon, when the results are out, you see you have scored 305. You are really disappointed and are planning on reappearing for the exam.  When you try few mock tests on ETS, you see you are scoring 300-310 and you think of giving up on the idea of reappearing for the exams. But you should not feel disheartened and you must not give up on your chosen career.

However, you can always get mentored under experts to expertise in your dream field as all the US universities provide great faculty and mentors. So, do not lose hope as there are ample number of universities in USA that provide Masters with GRE scores 300-310. Since, the universities in USA provide great faculty, infrastructure and a variety of programs; you can always opt for one. Below is a list of universities that accept candidates with a GRE score of 300-310:  

Arizona State University Stevens Institute of Technology
Auburn University Temple University
Bowling Green State University, Ohio Texas Tech University
California State University, East Bay University of Alabama, Huntsville
California State University, Fresno Wright State University
California State University, Fullerton University of Central Florida
California State University, Long Beach University of Colorado at Denver
California State University, Northridge University of Georgia, Athens
California State University, Sacramento University of Houston
Drexel University University of Kansas
Florida State University University of Maryland, Baltimore County
George Mason University University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Georgia State University University of Massachusetts Lowell
Illinois Institute of Technology University of Massachusetts, Boston
Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis University of Michigan, Dearborn
Kansas State University University of Missouri, Columbia
Kettering University, Flint University of Missouri, Kansas City
Louisiana State University and A&M College University of Nebraska, Omaha
Missouri University of Science and Technology University of New Hampshire
New Jersey Institute of Technology University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Northeastern University University of North Texas
Northern Illinois University University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University-Stillwater University of South Carolina
Old Dominion University University of South Florida
Rochester Institute of Technology University of Texas at Arlington
Rutgers University, Newark University of Texas at Dallas
San Diego State University University of Texas at San Antonio
San Francisco State University University of Toledo
San Jose state University University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Santa Clara University Utah State University
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Washington State University
Southern Methodist University Wayne State University
State University of New York, Albany West Virginia University, Morgantown
State University of New York at Binghamton Western Michigan University
State University of New York Polytechnic Institute  


Given below are the Master’s program provided by the above colleges:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (with specializations in Telecommunication, networks, embedded systems etc.)
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Material Science and Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Financial Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering Management
  • Business Analytics
  • Management in Information Systems
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Biology / Biotechnology
  • MBA
  • Social Sciences
  • Life sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • Arts and Humanities

Do remember that the GRE scores aren’t everything. Focus on making your overall profile more worthy so that  despite of your average GRE score, you have chances on getting into a good university. Work on some good internship and work experiences as well as 2-3 years of proper work experiences can help you get extra points and preference, so that you don’t lag behind with the people who have already worked as engineers in reputed firms. You should also prepare a good SOP to wrap up your overall profile that can help you get them interested into your profile. Keep in store a good set of recommendations and an average aggregate/CGPA along with a good TOEFL score so that you can apply in some of your dream colleges in spite of their high GRE score acceptance and you are all good to go.


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