You may be required to submit some type of standardized test or exam for your application. To determine the test or exams needed for your program or the Office of Graduate Admissions, please visit Application Deadlines and Requirements.
By clicking on the exam below you’ll get necessary information to submit your scores to us. If you have additional questions about each exam, please make sure you read over our Test Scores FAQ’s.
In order to submit your scores, please use the GMAT score reporting system and request they be sent to George Mason University.
GMAT Scores are valid for five years from the test date.
Scores can be automatically sent to 5 schools within 20 days of taking the exam for no cost. If you need to send scores to additional schools, there is a fee of $20 each.
In order to submit your scores, please use Institution Code 1768.
For information about scheduling the MAT, call 800-622-3231 or go to www.tpcweb.com - Miller Analogies Test.
The MCAT may be substituted for the GRE general exam for the Personalized Medicine Graduate Certificate or the Master’s in Biology in the College of Science only.
In order to submit your scores, please use Institution Code 5827.
Praxis scores are required for many programs in the College of Education and Human Development, as well as some in the College of Visual and Performing. For specific requirements in the Commonwealth of Virginia, please visit http://www.ets.org/praxis/va and review the necessary submission information at http://cehd.gmu.edu/teacher/test/praxis.
For information on SAT or VCLA submission in lieu of Praxis, please visit http://cehd.gmu.edu/teacher/test/praxis.
English Proficiency Exams
Mason students participate in rigorous graduate coursework as part of their university educational experience. Therefore, students at Mason must have a full command of academic English at the graduate level in order to be successful throughout their studies. All new graduate students are expected to accurately comprehend written graduate-level English, clearly understand rapidly spoken English in classroom lectures and in professional settings, write with proper grammar and syntax, and be able to respond quickly in English using a vocabulary appropriate for collegiate settings.
For the complete list of English proficiency waivers, examinations and score requirements, please visit our English Proficiency Requirements page.