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GRE Requirements

Although the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not a Graduate School requirement, many graduate programs require this test. Check the Graduate Program Requirements Web page for this requirement.

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Purdue University West Lafayette's code for the GRE application is 1631.

Purdue University Northwest's code for the GRE application is 1638.

Purdue University Fort Wayne's code for the GRE application is 1336.

IUPUI's code for the GRE application is 1325.

Your application must be submitted and paid for ETS computer-based official scores to match to your application. Score reports are sent to Purdue University electronically, approximately 10 to 15 days after your test date. Once ETS has sent your score report, it may take an additional 2 to 3 weeks or longer for your application checklist to update and show received.

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