Acceptance Estimator

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This table shows the raw data used by the Acceptance Estimator for Computer Science Graduate Admissions. For a display customized to include only schools likely to accept you, input your information on the data entry page.

This list consists of departments which 1) are academic members of the Computing Research Association (list), and 2) publish useful graduate admissions information on the web. Please note that selectivity does not correlate well with quality; indeed, we hope that providing this information will help you find good schools that are unexpectedly easy to get in.

Department Published Admissions Information
Arizona State University - CSEtypical scores for our admitted applicants on the old GRE General Test were 500 verbal, 760 quantitative, and 4.0 in analytical writing (source)
Auburn University - CSSEacademic indicators: ... GRE general exam combined score (V+Q) > 300, with a verbal score of at least 150, a quantitative score of at least 150, and a written score of at least 3 (source)
Bowling Green State University - CSApplicants are also required to submit ... Graduate Record Examination scores with a minimum combined score of 300 (preferred 150 or better quantitative). (source)
Brandeis University - CSGRE scores required (On average, PhD students are in the 85% in verbal and 95% in quantitative.) (source)
Brigham Young University - CS2012 - general GRE exam (nominal minium expectation: Quantitative 70th percentile, Verbal 60th percentile, and Analytical 4.0 (source)
Clemson University - CESAverage scores of the two objective sections (verbal and quantitative) of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for students enrolled in the Computer Science M.S. and Ph.D. programs at Clemson are above 150 and 155, respectively. (source)
Columbia University - CSthe average GRE scores for the entering class of Fall 2014 were Verbal: 159, Quantitative: 166, and Analytical: 4.3 (source)
Florida Atlantic University - CSEAs a minimum ... at least 3.0 ... GPA ... a combined score of 295 or higher on the verbal and quantitative sections of the GRE (source)
Florida State University - CSThe minimum scores are 145 verbal and 150 quantitative. (source)
Georgia Institute of Technology - CCApplicant scores are expected to be at least 153 in the Verbal, 155 in the Quantitative, and 3.0 in the Analytical sections for the MS program. (source)
Illinois Institute of Technology - CSMinimum GRE scores: For the MSCS program: 300 (Quantitative + Verbal) and 3.0 (Analytical Writing). (source)
Johns Hopkins University - CS Preferred scores are Verbal: 153 (62%) or above, Quantitative: 160 (84%) or above (source)
Lehigh University - CSEWe prefer students with at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, in their major and overall. New Format-75%. Old format-1200 combined Q&V,3.5/6.0 AW (source)
Louisiana State UniversityAcceptable GRE scores of 300 total with at least 150 on the quantitative portion. (source)
Memorial University of NewfoundlandGRE recommended, marks over 75%. (source)
Miami University Successful applicants usually also have ... GRE scores: Verbal, 35th percentile or better. Quantitative, 60th percentile or better. Analytical writing, 25th percentile or better. (source)
Michigan State University - CSEThe median GRE scores for recently admitted graduate students are 164 quantitative, 153 verbal, and 3.0 analytical writing (source)
Michigan Technological University - CSGRE: Recommended 75th (for MS), 85th (for PhD) percentile Quantitative; 50th percentile Verbal; and 3.0 or greater Analytical Writing (source)
Missouri University of Science & TechnologyMinimum Requirements for Admission: A minimum GRE verbal score of 370 - New system 144 effective November 2011. A minimum GRE Quantitative >= 700 - New system 155 effective November 2011. And GRE Verbal + Quantitative >= 302. A minimum GRE AWA score >=4.0. ... (source)
National University of Singapore Candidates should have a minimum GRE score of 320 (verbal & quantitative) and 3.5 (analytical) (source)
New York University - CSTypical acceptable scores are near 160 for the quantitative section or 4.0 or better on the new Analytical Writing section. (source)
North Carolina State University - CS The average GRE scores (percent scoring below) of international applicants recently admitted to graduate study in the department are: Verbal Reasoning 61%, Quantitative Reasoning 90%, and Analytical Writing 48%. The average GRE scores of recently admitted US applicants are: Verbal Reasoning 82%, Quantitative Reasoning 80%, and Analytical Writing 68%. (source)
Ohio State University - CSEGRE Quantitative minimum 750 (161 new), Verbal minimum 500 (155 new), Analytical minimum 3 (new format) (source)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - CSa quantitative score of at least 160 is recommended. The average GRE scores of admitted applicants for Fall 2014 were Verbal 160, Quantitative 163, and Analytical 4.5. (source)
Temple University - CISGRE scores must be at least the 75th percentile on the quantitative section and at least the 25th percentile on the verbal section are expected. Most students submit scores far above the minimums in each of the Verbal and Quantitative sections. Minimum total score required on the new GRE: 300. (source)
Texas State UniversityGPA >= 2.75. (GRE) ... with a preferred score of 286 and no less than 140 on the verbal section (effective Fall 2015) and 148 on the quantitative section. (source)
University of Alabama, Birmingham - CIStypical admissions requirements include ... 310 or better on the new GRE (source)
University of Alberta - CSStrong applicants obtain a minimum score of 155 on the quantitative and 4.0 on the analytical writing section. (source)
University of Arizona - CStypical scores for our admitted applicants on the old GRE General Test were 500 verbal, 760 quantitative, and 4.0 in analytical writing (source)
University of Arkansas - CSCEThe CSCE department requires minimum GRE scores of 146 verbal, 157 quantitative and 3.5 analytical writing and at least a 3.0 GPA (source)
University of California, Davis - CSGRE for Fall 2018 admits ... Score Average: Verbal 155, Quantitative 166, Analytical 4 (source)
University of Chicago - CSThe program does not have minimum GRE requirements, however, successful applicants have earned the following scores in the General GRE test: Verbal: 50th percentile and above; Quantitative: 80th percentile and above (source)
University of Delaware - CISWe require the following minimum scores on the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) test: Verbal: 153 (if taken prior to 8/1/11 then 500); Quantitative: 155 (if taken prior to 8/1/11 then 700); Analytical Writing: 4.0 (source)
University of Florida - CISEthe past year's averages were: 153 verbal, 164 quantitative (source)
University of Houston - CSIn general, the department expects a GRE (verbal + quantitative) 305 ... (source)
University of Illinois, Chicago - CSAverage score our previous admitted applicants: Total 308 (153+ verbal, 155+ quantitative and 4.0/6.0 analytical) (source)
University of Iowa - CS GRE General test scores of MCS students admitted in Fall 2017 averaged 149 Verbal, 164 Quantitative and 3.5 Analytic Writing. (source)
University of Kansas - EECSGRE: 146+ verbal, 155+ quantitative (mean GRE: 152 verbal, 163 quantitative). (source)
University of Maine - CSHere are suggested scores from the faculty: GRE: Verbal 60% or higher, Quantitative 90% or higher, Analytical: 80% or higher (source)
University of Maryland - CSno info (source)
University of Massachusetts, Amherst - CSFor MS admissions, 90% of our recent accepted students' GRE math scores were 160 or higher, GRE verbal scores were 150 or higher, GRE analytic writing scores were 3 or higher, and GPAs were 3.2 or higher. (source)
University of Michigan - CSEGRE scores of at least 70% verbal, 90% quantative, and 40% analytical writing (source)
University of Nebraska, LincolnApplicants must have ... GRE General Test scores of: Quantitative: 155 or higher, Verbal: 153 or higher, and Analytical: 3.5 or higher. (source)
University of Nevada, Reno - CSEA minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00, Combined GRE verbal and quantitative score of at least 297. Students who score below 155 in the quantitative section will find it difficult to complete our graduate program. (source)
University of New Brunswick - CSWe ... normally want a minimum score of 600 for the Quantitative Section and a minimum score of 3.5 for the Analytical Writing Section (source)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - CSrecommended: a minimum of 80th percentile on the verbal section, 90th percentile on the quantitative section, and 90th percentile on the analytical section or a minimum of 5 on the analytical writing section. In recent years, most entering students have averaged in the 90th percentile or higher on each of the three sections. (source)
University of North Texas - CSTypical Scores for Successful Applicants: Master's Applicants Verbal - 148 - 36%, Quantitative - 155 - 61%, Analytical - 3.5 ... (source)
University of Notre Dame - CSEWe generally look for GRE scores in the 80th percentile or higher, but that is not an absolute rule. (source)
University of Oregon - CSThese GRE minimum scores are suggestions ... Verbal - 153/170, Quantitative - 151/166, Analytical - 4.5/6.0 (source)
University of Pennsylvania - CISFall 2017 CIS/MSE admission statistics ... Average GRE: V 158/Q 167/ AW 4 (source)
University of South Carolina - CSEFor the M.S. and M.E. programs, GRE Quantitative scores of 160 or higher and GRE Verbal scores of 145 or higher. (source)
University of South Florida - CSEThe median GRE scores of recently admitted students include 770 on the Quantitative portion and a Verbal Total of 450. For GRE tests taken after August 1, we require a minimum of 161 on the Quantitative portion (81 percentile) and a minimum of 150 (44 percentile) on the Verbal ... Minimum GPA of "B" or equivalent (source)
University of Texas, Arlington - CSEA combined GRE test score of at least 300 for MS and 310 for Ph.D. applicants. Quantitative: 155 or better for MS, 160 or better for PhD; Verbal 145 or better for MS, 150 or better for PhD (source)
University of Texas, Dallas - CSMinimum GPA of 3.0 (last 60 semester credit hours). GPA in quantitative courses of at least 3.3. GRE revised scores of 308, 153, 155 and 4 for the combined, verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing components, respectively, are advisable. (source)
University of Virginia - CSaverage scores of admitted applicants: Verbal 156, Quantitative 160, Analytical Writing: 3.5 (source)
Wright State University - CS at least a combined GRE score of 298 (we recommend this if you are going to apply for graduate assistantships) (source)
Yale University - CSMost students we admit are above the 90th percentile in quantitative, analytical and verbal scores. (source)

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