The GRE general test is given year-round at authorized testing centers and is not offered at New Paltz. The GRE subject tests are offered at New Paltz. The code for New Paltz is 2541.
To find out more about the general or subject exams call 1-800-GRE-CALL or go to www.gre.org.
The Miller Analogies Test is offered at SUNY New Paltz throughout the year on an individual basis at a date and time chosen by the test taker and the proctor.
Some departments require a certain proficiency on the exam for acceptance into their graduate programs. Contact the appropriate department chairperson or The Graduate School for this information.
Prospective international students for whom English is not the native language, and any applicant whose undergraduate degree is from a country where English is not the main language of instruction are required to demonstrate English Language Proficiency. Review the chart below for methods of demonstrating language proficiency. NOTE: Individual departments may require a score higher than the minimum acceptable score, so students should consult their departments. Please see the International Student page for more information.
Satisfactory Demonstration of English Language Proficiency
Conditional Admission for Applicants with Limited English Language Proficiency
English Proficiency may be demonstrated by providing evidence of meeting one of these criteria:
1. An official score of 80 on the TOEFL iBT, and 85 if your major is MA English English, or an 90 if your major is Second Language Education (TESOL).
2. An official score of 550 on the TOEFL PBT, 563 if your major is MA English, or a 575 if your major is Second Language Education (TESOL).
3. An official score of 6.5 on the IELTS, or a 7.0 if your major is Second Language Education(TESOL).
4. An official score of 85 on the Michigan English Test.
5. A Certificate of English Language Proficiency from the Haggerty English Language Program at SUNY New Paltz.
6. A college degree from a US institution.
1. A test of grammar, reading and listening comprehension.
2. An oral interview, and possibly
3. A writing sample.
Based upon your performance on the exam, you may be required to register for additional English language instruction. All students must demonstrate the required level of English proficiency before being allowed
If you need additional information, please contact the Haggerty English Language Program at 845-257-3595.