Many advanced degree programs require submission of a GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) or a GRE (Graduate Record Exam) score for admission consideration.
These standardized assessments help evaluate the qualifications of applicants for advanced study; universities use the test as a predictor of graduate-level academic performance. Scores are valid for five years.
The Applied Clinical Psychology program (GRE, General Test is required) has not set a minimum score for admission.
GRE Preparation Information Sessions
Penn State Behrend's Learning Resource Center offers no-cost GRE preparation information sessions in the fall and spring semesters. The information sessions are open to Behrend undergraduate students and alumni as well as to anyone interested in applying to the Applied Clinical Psychology program. Contact the LRC at 814-898-6140 or [email protected] for dates and times.
Online GRE Preparation
Numerous print resources and websites are available for GRE preparation.
Register for your exam at the GRE website. Appointments are very limited; arrangements should be made four to six weeks in advance of taking the exam. Local applicants can take the GRE at the Sylvan Learning Center, 7200 Peach Street, Suite 440 in the Summit Towne Centre.
On the day of the test:
- Request your Official Score Report be sent directly to Penn State using the following code: Pennsylvania State University - Code 2660
- Print your Unofficial Score Report and upload it to your application.