Will an average score cut it?

Thank you for your interest in Stanford’s Graduate School of Education (GSE). But will a 159 in Verbal keep you out of the Graduate School of Education in spite of being below average?

One of the country’s top education schools, the GSE is a world leader in ground-breaking, cross-disciplinary research and analysis that shape the educational practice and policy. The first truth is that Stanford is, first and foremost, an academic institution, so you need to have spectacular academics to get in. Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) is a leader in pioneering new and better ways to achieve high-quality education for all.

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Get into the mind of the admissions council. Even the most qualified and confident applicants worry about getting into grad school. The application fee for the education program at Stanford University is $125. The 25th percentile score of admitted students is as high as a 1400 (SAT) or 31 (ACT). Graduate school acceptance rates, which give the percentage of applicants that were admitted to a particular school or program in an academic year, can help you determine how likely you are to get into a given program. But don’t panic! Stanford has one of the top psychology grad programs in the country - it's very, very difficult to get in. They want to see that you really have the brainpower to get deal with the tough level of coursework and research at Stanford. Probably not. Its tuition is full-time: $52,479 per year. My university doesn't have a top program and still takes less than 10% of applicants for psychology grad school. Definitely not.

Faculty and students engage in groundbreaking and creative interdisciplinary scholarship that informs how people learn and shapes the practice and understanding of education.