Due to changes in the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in 2011, program's may require or prefer that you submit official scores for the "GRE" revised General Test" taken on or after August 1, 2011.
See also GRE codes for PTCAS programs.
There is no GRE code for PTCAS. Instead, you must arrange for the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to send your official GRE scores to the correct college code for each designated PT program. The GRE college code for a PT program often differs from the main university code. PTCAS will forward your official GRE scores to a designated program if you arrange for ETS to send scores to that particular program’s PTCAS GRE code. Visit the PTCAS Directory for a list of GRE codes.
Failure to send official GRE scores correctly may jeopardize your chances of admissions to a PT program. Visit the PTCAS site for a list of GRE codes.
Login to your application to check the status of your GRE scores sent to PT programs with PTCAS GRE codes. If received, PTCAS will share your scores with only those programs that you have requested scores be sent to by ETS, and have a PTCAS GRE code. If you do not send your GRE scores to the correct college codes, a program may consider your file incomplete, even if PTCAS received your official scores from ETS.
Reapplicants must request new official GRE scores for new designated PT programs and new exams taken.
Early Decision candidates in PTCAS must take the GRE, and request score reports no later than July 31.
Enter your GRE scores in the spaces provided. If you have taken the GRE multiple times, enter your scores for each date separately. Also enter any planned GRE test dates. Do not mix and match scores from different
dates. A PT program may deny your application if you do not enter all of your unofficial GRE scores on the PTCAS application.
If English is not your first (primary) language, your designated PT programs may require you to submit official TOEFL scores to TOEFL code 5312 by the application deadline. Visit the PTCAS Directory for program requirements.
Enter your TOEFL scores in the spaces provided. If you have taken the TOEFL multiple times, enter your scores for each date separately. Also, enter any planned TOEFL test dates. Do not mix and match scores from different dates.
Last Updated: 5/13/2016