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New list of grad programs that don't require GRE

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I know that Nova Southeastern doesn't require GREs, are there any other programs out there that don't require it? TIA

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Texas State 

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CSU San Marcos didn't this past year. But they might change their application from year to year.

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CSUF

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West Texas A&M

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The University of Central Oklahoma does not require the GRE! 

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If you apply to CSUN, you can take the MAT (verbal only, or so I hear) instead of the GRE.

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Is there a complete list of all graduate programs and all online graduate programs somewhere ( I mean other than on cheap crummy websites trying to sell U Phoenix)? There must be but I haven't found it yet.

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2 hours ago, tonguelover said:

Is there a complete list of all graduate programs and all online graduate programs somewhere ( I mean other than on cheap crummy websites trying to sell U Phoenix)? There must be but I haven't found it yet.

http://www.asha.org/edfind/

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Thank you, everyone!!!!!! 😊

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OSU (Oklahoma State University) does not require the GRE. Some universities have lower requirements. The University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) minimum GRE requirement is a 294 total score, however, the English Department requires a 308 if one is applying for a fellowship. I looked at department sites carefully, in addition to grad school sites. Sometimes departments will have additional requirements over and beyond the grad schools. I copied everything about each university I was interested in, into one document that I organized by Application Due Date rather alphabetically according to university. It was very handy when I was preparing the actual application. It's good to organize your work for the applications. I created a folder titled 2017 PhD Applications. Inside that folder I had folders for each university where I kept SOPs tailored to each university and various other things. I had one school I attended as undergrad many years ago that required a written request emailed to them requesting transcripts be sent to each school. Everyone is different in what works for them, but when you are applying to a number of programs, this is what worked for me.

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According to their website OK State *DOES* in fact require the GRE for their master's in SLP. They recommend "a combined verbal and quantitative GRE of 296; a verbal GRE of 153; and an analytical writing GRE of 3.5".

The PP seems to be talking about doctoral programs in English Lit so I think she accidentally posted on the wrong subforum.

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Oops!! Sorry I did post on the wrong forum.

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