Indianapolis, Indiana

Informal Credential Review

Name
Title *
First Name *
Middle Name
Last Name *
Suffix
Current Address
Street 1 *
Street 2
City *
State
Zip/Postal Code *
Country *
Are you an Indiana resident? *
Legal/Permanent Address
Same as Current Address
Street 1
Street 2
City
State
Zip/Postal Code
Country
Contact Information
Primary Telephone *
Secondary Telephone
(Please include country code and/or area code, if applicable)
Email *
Citizenship *
 
Undergraduate Degree Information
Degree Type *
College/University *
Major *
Expected/Actual Graduation Date*
Overall degree GPA on 4.0 Scale (Or equivalent if no GPA System, %) *
Major GPA
Science GPA
(Science is defined as Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Math)
Graduate Degree Information
Degree Type *
Other, Please Explain
College/University *
Major/Discipline *
Expected/Actual Graduation Date*
 
Overall degree GPA on 4.0 Scale (Or equivalent if no GPA System, %) *
Optional Information
Gender
Ethnicity
Race
Age
GRE *
       Please submit your highest scores received AND date within the last 5 years
Verbal Quantitative Analytical Writing Date Taken
% % %
Verbal Quantitative Analytical Writing Date Taken
% % %
MCAT *
Grade Date Taken
ESL
Grammar / Usage Reading Listenomg Essay Date Taken
TOEFL
Your TOEFL scores are good for two years, but they must be good through March 1st of the year you wish to matriculate.
Exam Type Score Date Taken
(*Provide section scores for the GRE and TOEFL, percentiles for the GRE, and date taken for all tests.)
Please indicate the program(s) your are interested in
Ph.D. Programs




M.S. Programs







Graduate Certificate Program

In addition to the research areas that are defined by the 10 Ph.D. degree programs (listed above), it is also possible to consider interdisciplinary research areas. Please check a box(es) if you are interested in any of the following (optional):






Do you have any research or other relevant experience? *



Your research experience is a critical component of your graduate application. This information helps members of our admissions committee evaluate your potential to complete the kind of work required in our graduate program. When completing this section of the informal credential review, we ask that you be as specific as possible when describing your research experience and contributions to the development of abstracts, manuscripts, and academic presentations.
Please make sure to include:
  • Research projects you have worked on
  • Your roles with the research projects
  • Research skills gained
  • Length of your research projects
How did you hear about our Programs?
When do you plan to enroll?
Fall:

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