The GRE or GMAT exam is usually a part of the required application materials. It is required for the UNLV Hospitality graduate programs. Students need to research what application materials are required for the program they plan to submit an admissions application.
The GRE and GMAT exam is only offered on certain dates, which requires students to plan ahead. Students should plan to take their first attempt of either exam no later than the start of fall semester in their senior year. This allows time to retake the exam either later in the fall or early spring term before the application deadline. Please remember that it takes 3 to 4 weeks for scores to reach the university.
Below are important links to learn more about the GRE or GMAT exam and how to register.
- GRE website
- Test Content and Structure
- Registration/Test Centers/Dates
- Preparing for the Exam
- Princeton Review Free GRE Practice Exam (Princeton’s Review on the GRE)
- Books to Prepare for GRE
- GMAT website
- Exam Structure
- Exam Taking Strategies and Best Practices
- GMAT Exam Tutorials
- 8-week Study Plan
- Exam Prep
It is recommended to have scores sent directly to the student first for review and then onto the university. Once scores are sent to a university, they are on record and will be shared with the department. If a student takes the exam more than once and has scores automatically sent to the university, the department will see all scores.