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Table 4 (Extended)

General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

01 AGRI., NAT. RES. &


CONSERVATION

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Verbal Reasoning
Intended
Graduate Major

0.7

3.1

12.7

23.7

27.4

21.1

8.8

2.3

0.2

10,354

151

0.2

2.4

10.1

21.9

30.7

20.6

9.3

4.0

0.8

10,355

152

0.0

0.2

2.6

28.4

50.7

16.9

1.1

10,311

3.6

0.7

Agri. and Domestic Animal


Svcs

Agri. and Food Products


Processing

13

13

13

Agri. Bus. and Mgmt.

2.2

8.0

19.7

29.2

17.5

19.7

3.6

0.0

0.0

137

148

0.7

5.8

11.7

28.5

21.2

21.9

4.4

2.9

2.9

137

151

0.0

0.0

4.4

44.5

40.9

10.2

0.0

137

3.4

0.7

Agri. Economics

0.5

4.5

14.0

22.4

26.7

21.5

6.6

3.6

0.2

442

151

0.0

2.7

5.0

12.7

22.9

20.8

19.9

12.2

3.8

442

156

0.0

0.2

3.2

34.3

45.5

15.5

1.4

440

3.6

0.7

Agri. Mechanization

Agri. Production

Agri. Public Services

Agri., General

1.7

10.0

26.7

33.3

15.0

10.0

1.7

1.7

0.0

60

147

3.3

6.7

21.7

11.7

20.0

21.7

11.7

1.7

1.7

60

150

0.0

0.0

11.9

54.2

27.1

3.4

3.4

59

3.1

0.9

Agronomy

0.9

4.7

17.4

22.7

24.2

16.5

11.2

2.1

0.3

339

150

0.3

4.1

11.5

23.3

27.4

20.4

7.7

4.1

1.2

339

151

0.0

0.0

5.7

36.1

43.3

14.0

0.9

335

3.5

0.8

Animal Sciences

0.4

2.5

12.5

27.9

30.0

19.7

6.0

1.0

0.0

4,731

151

0.3

2.7

12.3

26.7

34.0

18.1

4.6

1.2

0.1

4,730

151

0.1

0.1

1.7

23.6

56.9

16.9

0.7

4,698

3.7

0.7

Applied Horticulture

1.2

3.5

9.0

16.5

27.8

24.7

12.5

4.3

0.4

255

153

0.0

2.4

10.6

20.0

30.2

22.0

9.8

4.7

0.4

255

153

0.0

0.0

2.4

35.4

44.9

16.9

0.4

254

3.6

0.7

Fishing & Fisheries Scis.


and Mgmt.

0.4

1.1

5.7

22.3

27.9

26.4

13.2

3.0

0.0

265

153

0.4

0.8

8.7

22.6

33.6

23.8

7.9

2.3

0.0

265

152

0.0

0.0

2.3

23.0

55.1

17.7

1.9

265

3.7

0.7

Food Sci. and Tech.

1.9

5.1

19.1

23.7

23.7

16.9

7.8

1.8

0.1

1,580

150

0.3

1.1

5.6

10.9

23.0

23.5

21.4

11.5

2.7

1,582

156

0.0

0.6

4.7

41.3

38.5

14.2

0.7

1,580

3.4

0.8

Forestry

0.5

1.8

8.7

16.6

30.2

26.6

11.8

3.6

0.3

391

153

0.0

1.5

10.7

20.7

34.8

21.7

7.4

2.8

0.3

391

152

0.0

0.3

2.0

27.9

51.2

17.1

1.5

391

3.7

0.7

3.6

1.0

Horticulture Business Svcs.


Intl. Agriculture
Nat. Resources and
Conservation
Nat. Resources Mgmt. and
Policy
Parks, Rec., & Leisure Fac.
Mgmt.
Parks, Rec., and Leisure
Studies
Plant Sciences (except
Agronomy)
Soil Sciences
Wildlife & Wildlands Sci.
and Mgmt.
Agri. Nat. Res. and
ConservationOther

14.9

0.0

47

0.0

4.3

12.8

29.8

10.6

14.9

12.8

152

0.0

2.1

8.5

17.0

0.2

0.5

2.8

13.0

26.9

32.7

18.6

4.9

0.5

431

155

0.0

0.7

7.9

21.3

0.0

0.5

4.9

9.3

19.8

29.1

22.5

12.6

1.1

182

157

0.0

1.1

7.7

17.0

23.4

8.5

0.0

47

27.7

12.8

154

0.0

0.0

10.6

29.8

36.2

17.0

6.4

47

33.4

23.9

10.9

1.9

0.0

431

153

0.0

0.0

0.7

17.2

53.4

26.7

2.1

431

3.9

0.7

36.3

24.2

8.8

3.3

1.6

182

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

17.6

49.5

28.0

4.9

182

4.0

0.8

0.3

3.4

8.7

15.5

21.7

28.2

13.9

5.9

2.5

323

154

0.0

2.8

7.4

15.5

27.9

28.8

13.3

4.0

0.3

323

154

0.0

0.0

1.9

28.8

45.8

22.3

1.2

323

3.7

0.7

0.0

2.0

9.8

18.3

22.9

28.1

10.5

7.8

0.7

153

153

0.0

1.3

5.9

20.3

34.6

22.9

12.4

2.0

0.7

153

153

0.0

0.0

3.3

23.7

48.7

23.0

1.3

152

3.8

0.7

0.0

0.7

3.5

11.8

32.1

30.5

17.2

3.6

0.7

577

155

0.0

2.1

4.9

21.8

38.0

26.0

6.2

1.0

0.0

577

152

0.0

0.0

1.0

16.5

59.9

20.8

1.7

576

3.8

0.7

1.8

5.6

21.9

29.8

21.9

12.5

5.1

1.0

0.3

392

149

0.0

4.6

19.1

28.6

20.7

13.3

8.2

5.1

0.5

392

150

0.0

0.3

5.9

46.4

39.3

7.4

0.8

392

3.3

0.7

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

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Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
02 BIO. & BIOMED.
SCIENCES

0.5

2.2

8.2

18.3

25.5

25.2

13.8

5.3

0.8

67,512

153

0.2

1.7

7.0

17.4

28.9

24.8

13.6

5.2

1.3

67,524

154

0.0

0.1

1.6

20.8

51.5

23.8

2.2

67,433

3.8

0.7

Anatomical Scis.

0.0

0.0

7.1

32.1

35.7

10.7

10.7

3.6

0.0

28

152

0.0

0.0

10.7

39.3

17.9

17.9

7.1

7.1

0.0

28

152

0.0

0.0

0.0

14.3

60.7

25.0

0.0

28

3.9

0.6

Animal Biology

0.5

1.2

7.2

17.3

26.2

28.2

14.6

4.3

0.5

1,093

154

0.2

1.5

9.9

22.9

29.8

22.5

10.1

2.1

1.1

1,093

152

0.0

0.0

2.1

22.0

53.2

21.2

1.6

1,092

3.8

0.7

17

Bacteriology

17

17

Biochemistry

0.4

1.7

6.0

15.4

23.6

28.6

17.3

6.2

0.8

6,862

155

0.0

0.5

2.8

9.7

23.9

31.1

22.0

8.0

2.0

6,862

157

0.0

0.1

1.0

18.9

51.8

25.6

2.5

6,855

3.9

0.7

Bioinformatics

1.0

4.8

12.0

14.7

22.3

18.5

15.8

9.0

1.8

708

153

0.3

1.6

3.4

8.5

17.8

25.7

21.2

16.0

5.6

708

158

0.0

0.1

3.0

32.8

40.3

21.5

2.4

708

3.7

0.8

Biology, General

0.5

2.3

9.6

21.4

27.8

23.6

10.8

3.6

0.5

28,007

152

0.3

2.3

9.2

21.9

31.6

21.8

8.9

3.1

0.8

28,012

152

0.0

0.1

1.5

21.1

53.7

22.0

1.6

27,967

3.8

0.7

Biomathematics

0.6

3.1

6.9

16.3

22.5

25.6

13.8

9.4

1.9

160

154

0.0

0.6

0.6

2.5

12.5

26.9

30.0

20.0

6.9

160

161

0.0

0.6

1.3

23.8

46.3

23.8

4.4

160

3.8

0.8

18

Biometry

18

17

Biophysics

0.4

0.8

5.5

11.8

17.7

26.7

22.5

13.3

1.3

475

157

0.0

0.0

0.6

4.4

11.2

24.6

32.4

18.3

8.4

475

161

0.0

0.0

1.7

21.7

41.1

30.9

4.6

475

3.9

0.8

Biotechnology

2.5

8.9

19.1

25.0

22.0

15.0

6.0

1.3

0.2

2,735

149

0.4

2.7

6.9

15.5

23.4

23.7

17.1

8.2

2.1

2,736

155

0.0

0.2

5.9

47.6

37.3

8.5

0.5

2,734

3.3

0.7

Botany/Plant Biology

0.6

1.1

6.0

13.6

19.9

28.1

20.2

9.3

1.1

828

155

0.0

1.2

7.0

15.3

30.1

25.7

14.0

5.4

1.2

828

154

0.0

0.1

0.7

21.2

51.5

24.6

1.8

825

3.8

0.7

Cell/Cellular Biology

0.5

1.7

7.4

17.5

26.7

25.8

14.0

5.9

0.6

2,051

154

0.0

1.5

5.9

14.5

27.1

26.6

15.9

6.5

1.9

2,052

155

0.0

0.0

1.9

22.0

49.9

23.9

2.3

2,050

3.8

0.8

Computational Biology

0.3

2.7

4.6

8.8

14.6

17.7

25.3

22.6

3.4

328

158

0.0

0.3

1.2

4.3

11.3

16.8

28.0

29.0

9.1

328

161

0.0

0.0

2.1

18.6

36.9

34.5

7.9

328

4.1

0.9

Developmental Biology

0.3

0.6

5.4

15.1

22.1

29.8

17.3

8.0

1.3

312

155

0.0

0.6

4.8

12.2

25.3

25.0

19.9

9.3

2.9

312

156

0.0

0.3

0.6

20.8

43.9

29.5

4.8

312

3.9

0.8

Ecology

0.1

0.7

2.1

8.3

17.4

31.7

24.7

12.7

2.1

1,726

158

0.1

0.5

3.7

12.6

28.7

31.1

17.2

4.9

1.2

1,726

155

0.0

0.1

0.9

11.1

49.9

33.9

4.2

1,726

4.1

0.7

Entomology

0.0

1.5

5.9

14.1

23.7

29.0

17.6

7.6

0.7

410

155

0.0

2.4

9.5

19.3

27.6

26.6

10.0

3.7

1.0

410

153

0.0

0.0

2.2

21.0

51.2

24.4

1.2

410

3.8

0.7

Evolution

0.0

0.0

2.3

4.7

10.9

27.3

34.4

18.8

1.6

128

160

0.0

0.8

2.3

7.0

17.2

41.4

21.9

7.0

2.3

128

157

0.0

0.0

0.8

11.7

43.0

37.5

7.0

128

4.2

0.8

Genetics

0.4

1.3

4.4

10.7

23.0

31.2

20.4

7.6

1.0

1,467

156

0.2

0.9

2.1

10.3

27.9

30.7

20.5

6.1

1.2

1,467

156

0.0

0.1

1.0

14.2

49.6

31.3

3.9

1,469

4.0

0.7

Marine Biology

0.3

1.4

5.5

15.7

27.0

29.9

14.8

5.1

0.4

1,978

154

0.3

1.7

6.4

20.8

34.3

24.7

9.4

1.9

0.5

1,978

153

0.0

0.1

1.4

17.3

54.6

24.7

1.9

1,976

3.9

0.7

Microbiological Scis.

0.4

2.1

5.9

15.5

23.0

30.0

16.1

6.2

0.9

801

154

0.2

1.6

6.5

16.6

27.8

26.2

14.9

5.5

0.7

803

154

0.0

0.1

1.5

19.8

50.5

26.4

1.8

800

3.9

0.7

Molecular Biology

0.2

2.0

5.8

13.2

22.3

27.1

19.1

8.9

1.5

3,622

155

0.0

0.9

3.6

10.8

25.0

28.2

20.5

8.9

1.9

3,623

156

0.0

0.0

1.8

19.9

48.1

27.0

3.1

3,616

3.9

0.8

Molecular Medicine

1.0

2.1

7.2

17.5

28.9

26.8

13.4

3.1

0.0

97

153

1.0

0.0

6.2

6.2

23.7

18.6

18.6

22.7

3.1

97

158

0.0

1.0

3.1

32.0

51.5

9.3

3.1

97

3.5

0.7

Neurosciences

0.0

0.5

3.4

9.5

20.1

29.9

23.6

11.1

1.9

4,799

157

0.1

0.8

4.0

10.9

25.1

28.9

21.1

7.5

1.6

4,799

156

0.0

0.0

0.4

11.1

47.2

36.1

5.3

4,795

4.1

0.7

Nutrition

0.6

2.5

12.2

28.0

29.3

20.1

5.9

1.4

0.0

2,353

151

0.7

3.7

13.9

25.5

30.7

17.6

5.5

2.1

0.2

2,354

150

0.0

0.1

2.1

23.0

55.2

18.6

1.0

2,349

3.7

0.7

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Parasitology

0.0

0.0

10.0

10.0

13.3

23.3

40.0

3.3

0.0

30

156

0.0

0.0

3.3

23.3

33.3

26.7

13.3

0.0

0.0

30

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

6.7

63.3

23.3

6.7

30

4.1

0.7

Pathology

0.0

2.3

8.7

17.9

24.3

30.1

11.0

5.2

0.6

173

153

0.0

1.7

6.4

17.9

30.1

27.7

11.6

2.3

2.3

173

154

0.0

0.0

1.7

22.0

56.1

19.7

0.6

173

3.7

0.7

Pharmacology

2.1

4.9

11.8

21.0

24.6

20.4

12.3

2.8

0.1

756

151

0.5

2.1

6.3

11.4

22.6

25.8

21.0

7.9

2.2

756

155

0.0

0.3

5.6

29.0

45.5

18.0

1.7

756

3.6

0.8

Physiology

0.3

1.1

5.9

16.4

31.3

27.9

12.6

4.0

0.5

884

154

0.0

1.1

3.4

14.7

33.1

30.0

13.3

4.0

0.3

884

154

0.0

0.0

0.7

13.1

57.6

26.0

2.6

884

4.0

0.7

Population Biology

0.0

0.0

2.7

9.3

14.7

30.7

28.0

13.3

1.3

75

158

0.0

0.0

5.3

18.7

34.7

28.0

9.3

4.0

0.0

75

153

0.0

0.0

2.7

13.3

50.7

29.3

4.0

75

4.0

0.8

Radiobiology

Systematics

Toxicology

1.8

2.7

8.6

14.5

27.1

30.8

11.8

2.7

0.0

221

153

0.5

2.3

8.1

16.7

33.0

29.4

7.7

2.3

0.0

221

153

0.0

0.5

0.9

19.5

50.7

25.8

2.7

221

3.9

0.7

Zoology

0.1

0.8

4.0

16.5

31.9

28.8

13.9

3.8

0.2

994

154

0.1

1.1

5.4

19.6

40.5

23.5

8.4

1.3

0.0

994

152

0.0

0.2

0.7

15.2

57.2

25.0

1.7

992

3.9

0.7

Bio. And Biomed.


ScisOther

0.7

2.1

10.2

22.7

28.4

23.2

9.4

2.9

0.4

3,363

152

0.2

1.7

8.4

19.3

32.6

23.4

10.0

3.7

0.8

3,364

153

0.0

0.1

1.5

22.5

55.6

19.0

1.2

3,355

3.7

0.7

03 CHEMISTRY

0.9

3.3

10.0

17.0

23.2

24.2

15.0

5.7

0.7

13,583

153

0.1

0.6

2.5

8.3

19.6

27.9

23.1

13.4

4.5

13,587

158

0.0

0.1

2.7

27.3

46.0

21.3

2.5

13,566

3.7

0.8

Analytical Chemistry

1.8

4.3

14.1

18.9

23.1

21.2

12.6

3.3

0.6

951

152

0.1

0.7

2.7

9.5

21.9

29.9

21.2

11.4

2.6

951

157

0.0

0.5

3.8

32.3

43.1

18.8

1.5

949

3.6

0.8

Chemical Plastics

Chemistry, General

0.8

3.1

9.5

16.8

23.7

25.1

14.7

5.8

0.7

7,240

153

0.1

0.6

2.4

8.4

20.3

27.8

22.9

13.1

4.3

7,244

158

0.0

0.1

2.6

26.0

47.5

21.7

2.2

7,233

3.7

0.8

Environmental Chemistry

1.0

1.6

11.1

16.7

26.6

22.3

13.8

5.2

1.6

305

153

0.0

0.7

2.6

8.9

28.2

28.2

16.4

11.1

3.9

305

157

0.0

0.0

3.0

21.6

53.8

19.0

2.6

305

3.7

0.8

Forensic Chemistry

0.5

3.7

11.2

25.1

26.5

23.5

7.8

1.6

0.0

374

151

0.5

2.4

8.8

21.9

29.9

22.5

10.4

3.2

0.3

374

152

0.0

0.0

1.6

24.1

55.2

16.9

2.1

373

3.7

0.7

Inorganic Chemistry

1.0

2.0

8.3

12.6

26.4

21.5

19.9

6.9

1.3

697

154

0.1

0.0

1.9

5.6

18.9

29.8

28.0

11.2

4.4

697

158

0.0

0.0

1.9

25.1

44.8

24.1

4.0

696

3.8

0.8

Medicinal & Pharm.


Chemistry

1.9

6.6

11.8

22.1

23.8

17.6

10.8

4.9

0.5

425

151

0.0

1.6

5.6

12.0

18.8

27.8

15.5

14.4

4.2

425

157

0.0

0.5

6.2

36.3

38.7

17.1

1.2

421

3.5

0.8

Organic Chemistry

0.6

3.3

9.2

16.7

22.2

25.5

16.4

5.7

0.3

1,746

153

0.0

0.3

1.7

6.2

17.6

29.2

25.3

14.5

5.2

1,746

159

0.0

0.1

2.7

27.5

45.2

21.9

2.7

1,744

3.7

0.8

Physical Chemistry

0.8

2.0

9.3

14.0

19.5

25.0

18.5

9.5

1.3

783

155

0.0

0.1

1.3

4.0

12.9

24.5

31.0

18.1

8.0

783

160

0.1

0.1

2.4

28.6

41.1

23.4

4.2

783

3.8

0.9

Polymer Chemistry

1.4

5.7

12.4

18.7

25.1

21.9

11.0

3.5

0.4

283

152

0.0

0.7

0.7

6.0

14.5

25.1

21.9

25.8

5.3

283

160

0.0

0.0

3.2

40.3

40.6

15.2

0.7

283

3.5

0.7

Theoretical Chemistry

0.0

3.4

5.9

10.2

17.6

28.3

22.9

10.2

1.5

205

156

0.0

0.0

0.0

1.5

7.8

22.9

29.3

23.9

14.6

205

162

0.0

0.0

1.0

26.3

41.0

24.9

6.8

205

3.9

0.8

Chemistry--Other

1.2

5.2

11.5

18.7

19.4

22.7

14.9

5.9

0.3

572

153

0.3

1.0

4.2

11.0

18.9

30.1

21.5

10.5

2.4

572

157

0.0

0.7

3.0

28.7

43.5

21.3

2.8

572

3.7

0.9

8.0

17.4

21.2

17.3

14.6

10.9

6.8

3.3

0.5

42,244

147

1.2

4.5

7.2

11.2

15.0

20.1

20.7

14.6

5.5

42,285

156

0.0

1.2

15.3

48.1

26.5

7.9

0.9

42,218

3.1

0.9

9.8

17.9

20.5

19.6

15.9

10.1

4.5

1.6

0.1

1,441

146

1.1

5.0

7.2

12.0

15.0

18.3

18.7

15.9

6.8

1,451

156

0.0

1.9

16.4

54.8

21.3

4.8

0.8

1,438

2.9

0.8

04 COMPUTER & INFO.


SCIENCES
Comp. and Info. Scis,
General

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Comp/Info. Tech. Admin.
& Mgmt.

14.7

29.3

27.5

15.3

7.7

3.4

1.5

0.3

0.1

2,581

141

3.1

11.4

15.4

20.1

20.2

17.4

9.2

2.9

0.2

2,583

149

0.0

2.5

28.3

52.5

14.5

2.1

0.0

2,579

2.6

0.7

Computer Programming

9.3

19.6

24.2

15.5

19.1

9.3

2.1

1.0

0.0

194

145

0.5

3.6

4.6

8.2

12.4

26.8

21.1

18.6

4.1

194

157

0.0

1.5

19.1

52.6

23.2

3.6

0.0

194

2.9

0.7

Computer Science

7.4

16.5

20.6

17.3

15.1

11.5

7.4

3.6

0.6

36,557

147

1.1

4.0

6.5

10.4

14.6

20.2

21.7

15.5

6.0

36,581

157

0.0

1.1

14.2

47.4

27.7

8.5

1.0

36,537

3.1

0.9

Computer Software and


Media Apps.

5.4

16.2

16.2

22.5

18.9

14.4

2.7

3.6

0.0

111

147

0.0

4.5

6.3

5.4

12.6

18.0

26.1

23.4

3.6

111

158

0.0

0.0

11.7

59.5

23.4

5.4

0.0

111

3.1

0.7

Computer Systems Analysis 20.7

31.5

21.7

14.1

8.7

3.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

92

141

3.3

13.0

16.3

19.6

17.4

16.3

12.0

2.2

0.0

92

149

0.0

8.7

40.2

32.6

17.4

1.1

0.0

92

2.4

0.8

Comp. Systs. Networking


& Telecommunications

10.6

21.4

28.8

19.0

11.4

6.3

2.3

0.0

0.1

695

143

1.1

4.7

8.9

15.2

17.7

23.0

19.0

8.6

1.7

696

154

0.0

0.7

21.4

56.4

18.7

2.7

0.0

695

2.8

0.7

Data Processing

2.9

14.3

11.4

8.6

22.9

20.0

11.4

8.6

0.0

35

151

0.0

0.0

5.7

11.4

11.4

22.9

22.9

17.1

8.6

35

158

0.0

0.0

5.9

38.2

32.4

23.5

0.0

34

3.6

0.9

Information Scis/Studies

6.3

11.0

17.9

17.6

14.8

14.5

8.2

9.1

0.6

318

149

10

0.6

2.8

10.0

16.8

16.8

20.2

19.0

10.6

3.1

321

155

0.0

1.3

10.1

39.6

32.7

14.5

1.9

318

3.4

0.9

Microcomputer Apps.

Systems Analysis

Comp. & Info. Scis.Other

5.7

24.9

23.4

20.1

12.4

7.7

4.3

1.4

0.0

209

145

1.0

2.9

9.0

11.4

23.8

23.8

15.2

11.0

1.9

210

155

0.0

2.4

14.4

55.0

24.4

2.9

1.0

209

2.9

0.8

05 EARTH, ATM. &


MARINE SCIENCES

0.3

1.6

6.5

16.6

25.7

27.1

15.9

5.6

0.8

11,302

154

0.1

1.0

4.8

15.1

29.0

27.0

15.0

6.4

1.7

11,307

155

0.0

0.1

1.4

21.7

51.4

23.0

2.4

11,284

3.8

0.7

Aquatic Bio./Limnology

0.3

1.4

4.9

19.9

27.9

28.6

12.5

4.2

0.3

287

154

0.3

1.7

5.2

25.1

36.9

24.4

4.2

2.1

0.0

287

152

0.0

0.0

2.1

19.2

56.4

21.3

1.0

287

3.8

0.7

Atmospheric Sciences

0.0

2.4

5.1

20.0

26.9

27.1

13.5

4.4

0.6

505

154

0.0

0.2

3.0

5.3

23.8

29.7

22.6

11.3

4.2

505

158

0.0

0.0

0.2

21.2

54.1

21.8

2.8

505

3.9

0.7

Biological Oceanography

0.0

2.8

0.0

11.1

28.7

25.0

18.5

10.2

3.7

108

157

0.0

0.9

5.6

16.7

28.7

25.9

15.7

5.6

0.9

108

154

0.0

0.0

0.9

13.9

44.4

35.2

5.6

108

4.1

0.8

Environmental Sciences

0.5

1.6

7.3

16.8

25.8

26.1

16.0

5.3

0.6

4,034

154

0.1

1.6

6.3

17.2

29.0

25.0

12.8

6.3

1.7

4,036

154

0.0

0.1

1.5

23.0

47.8

24.7

2.8

4,023

3.8

0.7

Geochemistry

0.0

0.0

4.9

13.7

20.8

32.2

18.6

8.7

1.1

183

156

0.0

1.1

2.2

7.1

22.4

25.7

24.0

13.7

3.8

183

158

0.0

0.0

0.0

23.0

44.8

30.1

2.2

183

3.9

0.7

Geological Sciences

0.1

1.5

4.6

12.9

26.6

29.0

17.9

6.4

1.0

1,556

155

0.1

0.8

3.7

15.2

31.1

31.0

14.0

3.7

0.6

1,556

154

0.0

0.1

1.2

18.4

56.1

22.6

1.7

1,553

3.8

0.7

Geophysics & Seismology

0.0

2.7

10.4

16.5

24.1

23.1

16.1

5.9

1.2

740

154

0.0

0.4

2.6

7.7

15.8

29.3

24.1

15.0

5.1

740

158

0.0

0.0

3.0

28.8

47.6

18.5

2.0

739

3.7

0.8

Geosciences

0.2

1.5

7.0

19.0

25.0

26.4

14.8

5.3

0.8

1,638

154

0.1

0.9

5.7

16.9

33.2

23.9

14.1

4.2

1.0

1,640

154

0.1

0.1

1.6

23.3

53.7

18.9

2.3

1,637

3.8

0.7

Hydrology

0.0

0.4

5.4

12.5

24.6

28.6

15.6

12.1

0.9

224

156

0.0

0.0

1.8

8.5

32.1

28.1

16.1

9.8

3.6

224

156

0.0

0.0

1.3

21.4

52.2

22.8

2.2

224

3.8

0.7

Marine Sciences

0.2

1.8

6.1

17.9

27.6

28.5

14.7

2.9

0.5

627

154

0.3

0.6

5.6

20.4

34.4

25.2

10.5

2.2

0.6

627

153

0.0

0.2

0.5

18.7

54.9

24.2

1.6

627

3.9

0.7

Meteorology

0.2

1.0

8.1

24.1

29.7

25.7

9.9

1.0

0.3

606

152

0.0

0.5

2.3

10.1

28.4

33.3

18.3

6.6

0.5

606

156

0.0

0.0

0.7

20.8

57.9

19.3

1.3

606

3.8

0.7

Oceanography

0.0

0.8

6.2

12.9

24.9

29.5

12.9

11.2

1.7

241

155

0.4

1.2

2.1

12.0

29.0

29.0

17.4

7.1

1.7

241

156

0.0

0.0

1.3

21.7

48.8

25.8

2.5

240

3.9

0.7

Paleontology

0.0

0.7

0.7

7.4

18.9

32.4

28.4

9.5

2.0

148

158

0.0

0.0

4.1

13.5

32.4

27.0

16.2

6.1

0.7

148

155

0.0

0.0

0.0

11.5

49.3

31.8

7.4

148

4.1

0.7

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Earth, Atm. & Marine
SciencesOther

0.5

1.0

4.2

10.4

19.5

33.1

21.2

9.4

0.7

405

156

0.0

0.2

2.7

12.3

20.9

31.8

21.9

8.9

1.2

406

156

0.0

0.0

2.0

15.3

52.2

27.2

3.2

404

3.9

0.7

06 HEALTH &
MEDICAL SCIENCES

0.7

3.3

14.2

28.3

28.1

17.8

6.0

1.4

0.1

125,560

150

0.7

4.9

16.4

28.4

29.6

14.7

4.2

0.9

0.2

125,546

149

0.0

0.1

1.5

22.2

57.1

18.0

1.0

125,390

3.7

0.7

Allied Health

0.2

3.6

14.8

33.3

27.8

15.7

4.5

0.0

0.0

528

149

0.8

4.9

13.1

30.4

32.3

14.6

3.8

0.2

0.0

527

149

0.0

0.0

1.7

24.9

58.2

14.8

0.4

526

3.7

0.6

Alternative and
Complementary Medicine

3.0

6.1

24.2

24.2

21.2

12.1

9.1

0.0

0.0

33

148

0.0

0.0

3.0

6.1

24.2

27.3

21.2

18.2

0.0

33

158

0.0

0.0

12.1

54.5

27.3

6.1

0.0

33

3.1

0.7

Audiology

0.3

3.0

13.5

28.2

29.6

18.7

5.6

1.1

0.1

2,198

150

0.4

5.4

18.7

33.3

29.2

10.6

2.0

0.5

0.0

2,198

148

0.0

0.1

0.9

18.6

61.1

18.5

0.9

2,196

3.8

0.6

Bioethics/Medical Ethics

0.0

2.0

10.0

12.0

19.0

21.0

26.0

10.0

0.0

100

155

1.0

2.0

6.0

17.0

28.0

20.0

18.0

8.0

0.0

100

154

0.0

0.0

3.0

23.0

35.0

31.0

8.0

100

4.0

0.9

12

Chiropractic

12

12

Clin./Med. Lab Sci./Res.

3.6

5.5

22.3

22.3

27.7

11.4

5.9

1.4

0.0

220

149

0.0

4.1

14.1

20.5

15.5

18.6

14.5

10.5

2.3

220

153

0.0

0.9

6.8

41.8

39.1

11.4

0.0

220

3.3

0.8

Communication Disorders
Sciences & Services

0.7

4.6

18.8

32.4

26.6

12.4

3.7

0.7

0.1

7,860

149

1.4

10.0

27.2

34.4

20.3

5.8

0.8

0.1

0.0

7,858

146

0.0

0.0

1.3

23.2

59.4

15.4

0.6

7,845

3.7

0.6

Dentistry & Oral Sciences

3.4

9.5

21.8

26.8

25.1

10.1

2.8

0.0

0.6

179

147

0.6

3.3

7.2

23.9

25.6

21.1

10.0

6.7

1.7

180

153

0.0

0.6

7.9

51.7

35.4

4.5

0.0

178

3.2

0.7

Dietetics & Clinical


Nutrition Services

0.7

3.1

14.4

29.6

29.4

17.1

4.7

0.9

0.1

4,914

150

0.4

5.0

18.3

30.9

29.6

12.6

2.8

0.5

0.1

4,914

149

0.0

0.1

1.6

24.0

57.4

16.1

0.8

4,904

3.7

0.7

Environmental Health

0.0

3.2

8.5

17.7

28.2

22.6

13.7

5.2

0.8

248

153

0.4

3.6

9.7

16.5

32.3

19.0

12.9

5.2

0.4

248

153

0.0

0.0

4.0

20.6

41.5

29.8

4.0

248

3.9

0.8

Epidemiology

0.1

1.8

7.1

17.2

21.2

25.0

19.7

7.2

0.7

821

155

0.4

2.8

8.4

18.8

22.4

27.6

14.3

4.5

0.9

821

153

0.0

0.0

0.7

15.6

51.0

28.3

4.3

819

4.0

0.7

Exercise Science

0.8

3.9

18.0

34.5

27.6

12.7

2.2

0.3

0.0

10,199

149

0.4

3.7

16.8

31.6

32.5

12.6

2.2

0.1

0.0

10,197

149

0.0

0.0

1.5

26.0

58.8

13.2

0.4

10,185

3.6

0.6

1.6

3.1

14.1

35.2

20.3

20.3

3.9

0.8

0.8

128

150

0.0

6.3

22.7

28.1

20.3

14.8

7.0

0.8

0.0

128

149

0.0

0.0

2.3

28.9

50.0

17.2

1.6

128

3.6

0.8

Health & Med. Admin.


Services
Health/Medical Preparatory
Programs

0.6

1.6

6.0

22.6

35.5

22.6

9.7

1.3

0.0

318

152

0.6

1.9

6.6

27.4

37.1

21.4

4.4

0.6

0.0

318

151

0.0

0.0

1.3

16.4

59.6

21.5

1.3

317

3.8

0.7

Health Sciences

1.2

3.9

16.1

32.4

28.3

14.3

3.2

0.6

0.0

4,477

149

0.8

5.2

17.2

29.7

31.7

12.8

2.3

0.3

0.0

4,477

149

0.1

0.0

1.9

23.1

59.1

15.3

0.5

4,463

3.7

0.7

Immunology

0.2

0.9

5.4

12.9

23.4

27.5

19.1

9.8

0.9

666

156

0.0

0.4

3.4

11.8

23.2

27.4

19.0

10.9

3.6

667

157

0.0

0.2

0.6

19.2

45.4

31.0

3.6

665

4.0

0.8

Kinesiology

0.6

3.8

17.5

33.1

28.7

13.5

2.5

0.3

0.0

9,283

149

0.4

3.8

16.0

29.7

32.3

14.2

3.2

0.4

0.0

9,284

149

0.0

0.1

1.5

25.3

57.9

14.7

0.5

9,278

3.7

0.6

Medical Sciences

0.2

3.9

9.7

25.1

33.1

19.2

7.3

1.2

0.2

411

151

0.5

1.7

8.0

23.1

31.6

19.2

8.5

5.8

1.5

411

153

0.0

0.0

2.4

29.0

53.8

14.1

0.7

411

3.6

0.7

Medicinal Chemistry

0.0

3.8

10.9

19.6

26.8

24.5

12.5

1.9

0.0

265

152

0.4

1.5

1.9

10.9

24.9

32.1

19.2

6.8

2.3

265

156

0.0

0.0

3.0

26.8

50.6

18.1

1.5

265

3.7

0.7

Mental & Social Health


Svcs.

3.2

0.0

22.6

25.8

32.3

9.7

3.2

3.2

0.0

31

149

0.0

9.7

41.9

16.1

22.6

3.2

6.5

0.0

0.0

31

146

0.0

0.0

6.5

35.5

35.5

19.4

3.2

31

3.6

0.9

Nursing

0.7

2.7

11.1

25.8

29.0

21.7

7.3

1.6

0.1

9,301

151

1.3

7.7

19.0

29.4

26.9

12.3

3.1

0.4

0.0

9,290

148

0.0

0.1

2.6

25.7

53.4

17.3

0.9

9,343

3.7

0.7

Occupational Therapy

1.1

4.8

17.6

31.2

25.7

14.8

4.1

0.8

0.0

8,926

149

1.3

7.8

22.5

32.4

25.3

8.7

1.7

0.3

0.0

8,919

147

0.0

0.1

1.8

23.0

57.9

16.7

0.6

8,901

3.7

0.7

Optometry

14

14

14

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Osteopathic Medicine

0.0

3.6

10.7

14.3

25.0

39.3

7.1

0.0

0.0

28

153

0.0

0.0

7.1

21.4

28.6

32.1

7.1

3.6

0.0

28

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

21.4

57.1

17.9

3.6

28

3.8

0.8

Pharmaceutical Sciences

4.3

11.5

24.5

22.9

19.5

12.0

4.0

1.4

0.0

882

147

1.4

4.8

9.5

14.0

22.1

20.2

16.0

10.2

1.9

883

154

0.0

0.8

12.9

47.6

29.9

8.4

0.5

883

3.2

0.8

Physical Therapy

0.6

3.0

14.3

30.2

30.0

16.9

4.2

0.7

0.0

21,301

150

0.3

2.4

12.4

28.2

34.5

17.8

4.0

0.4

0.1

21,299

150

0.0

0.0

1.1

21.4

60.1

16.9

0.5

21,267

3.7

0.6

Physician Assistant

0.4

1.8

9.4

25.3

32.0

22.6

7.0

1.4

0.1

10,854

152

0.3

2.1

10.6

24.7

36.5

20.6

4.7

0.5

0.0

10,853

151

0.0

0.0

0.8

16.4

59.5

22.0

1.2

10,845

3.9

0.6

Podiatry

Pre-Medicine

0.2

1.9

10.9

22.5

27.0

24.0

9.7

2.8

0.9

466

152

0.0

2.1

8.4

18.2

28.3

21.4

13.9

6.0

1.7

467

154

0.0

0.0

1.5

21.9

51.9

23.0

1.7

466

3.8

0.7

Public Health

1.0

3.2

11.6

20.4

25.1

22.3

12.1

3.9

0.4

12,488

152

0.9

6.0

14.5

22.9

25.7

17.9

8.5

3.1

0.6

12,494

151

0.0

0.1

1.6

20.9

49.9

24.8

2.7

12,473

3.8

0.8

Rehabilitation & Therapy

3.5

5.6

15.4

35.0

21.0

15.4

3.5

0.7

0.0

143

148

3.5

11.2

21.0

28.0

18.2

11.9

4.9

1.4

0.0

143

147

0.0

0.7

3.5

33.6

49.7

11.9

0.7

143

3.5

0.7

Speech-Language
Pathology

0.7

3.8

16.0

29.4

27.0

16.3

5.5

1.4

0.1

11,300

150

1.1

7.9

24.5

32.6

23.7

8.2

1.8

0.3

0.0

11,299

147

0.0

0.0

0.9

20.1

59.7

18.3

1.0

11,281

3.8

0.6

Veterinary Medicine

0.2

1.3

7.5

19.3

27.0

27.9

12.7

3.6

0.4

6,006

153

0.1

1.5

7.7

20.4

33.5

24.7

10.0

1.9

0.3

6,008

152

0.1

0.0

1.3

18.2

56.6

22.2

1.6

5,962

3.8

0.7

Veterinary Science

0.0

2.6

7.7

25.8

26.0

24.7

11.0

2.2

0.0

493

152

0.0

1.2

10.5

24.3

34.7

21.1

6.9

0.8

0.4

493

151

0.0

0.0

0.8

21.3

55.9

21.1

0.8

492

3.8

0.7

Health & Med. Scis.Other

0.9

4.5

9.3

26.5

31.3

17.0

8.8

1.1

0.6

464

151

0.4

4.5

11.4

25.4

32.1

19.2

5.8

0.9

0.2

464

150

0.0

0.2

2.4

20.4

56.6

19.8

0.6

465

3.7

0.7

07 MATHEMATICAL
SCIENCES

1.1

3.9

10.8

17.3

22.5

20.3

14.8

7.8

1.5

18,246

153

0.0

0.1

0.6

2.3

6.9

16.6

27.6

30.6

15.3

18,257

163

0.0

0.1

2.7

35.9

40.3

18.4

2.6

18,218

3.6

0.8

Actuarial Science

1.7

8.3

19.6

23.9

26.1

11.6

6.6

2.0

0.2

587

149

0.0

0.0

1.7

3.2

5.5

13.5

28.4

34.1

13.6

587

163

0.2

0.3

4.8

52.8

32.9

8.7

0.3

587

3.3

0.7

Applied Mathematics

0.9

4.6

11.6

18.9

24.8

20.2

12.5

5.7

0.7

4,146

152

0.0

0.1

0.4

1.9

6.5

15.4

26.5

33.4

15.8

4,148

163

0.0

0.1

3.0

42.1

37.7

14.9

2.1

4,139

3.5

0.8

Mathematics

1.0

2.9

8.1

14.1

20.3

22.2

18.6

10.7

2.1

8,817

155

0.0

0.2

0.8

2.7

7.8

19.0

27.9

27.4

14.2

8,824

162

0.0

0.2

2.2

25.9

45.2

23.2

3.3

8,798

3.8

0.8

13

Probability

13

13

Statistics

1.2

4.5

13.5

21.4

24.2

18.0

11.0

5.1

1.0

4,411

152

0.0

0.0

0.2

1.7

5.8

13.5

27.6

34.0

17.2

4,412

164

0.0

0.1

2.8

46.1

34.9

14.1

1.9

4,408

3.5

0.8

Mathematical Scis.Other

3.7

7.4

23.9

18.4

22.1

14.7

5.9

3.7

0.4

272

149

0.0

0.0

2.2

3.3

4.8

13.6

28.6

30.8

16.8

273

163

0.0

1.1

8.4

57.9

24.2

8.1

0.4

273

3.2

0.7

08 PHYSICS &
ASTRONOMY

0.5

2.2

6.6

11.9

19.8

25.0

21.1

11.0

1.9

12,173

156

0.0

0.1

0.5

2.4

8.9

20.5

29.6

26.6

11.4

12,178

162

0.0

0.0

2.2

27.0

44.0

23.5

3.3

12,164

3.8

0.8

Astronomy

0.3

3.3

4.2

13.0

17.5

27.7

21.1

10.2

2.7

332

156

0.0

0.3

0.6

5.7

11.1

26.5

27.1

20.5

8.1

332

160

0.0

0.3

1.8

22.6

43.7

28.3

3.3

332

3.9

0.8

Astrophysics

0.2

1.2

4.3

8.9

18.1

30.5

22.3

12.7

1.8

1,020

157

0.0

0.1

0.7

2.8

12.2

24.6

32.0

21.1

6.6

1,020

161

0.0

0.0

1.1

18.7

44.6

30.4

5.2

1,020

4.0

0.8

Atomic/Molecular Physics

0.0

6.0

9.0

16.3

19.3

18.1

13.9

16.3

1.2

166

154

0.0

0.0

0.6

1.2

6.0

15.6

26.9

35.3

14.4

167

163

0.0

0.6

4.2

36.1

31.9

23.5

3.6

166

3.6

0.9

Condensed Matter & Mat.


Physics

0.7

2.6

9.1

16.4

24.9

19.6

17.9

7.2

1.6

683

154

0.0

0.0

0.4

2.5

5.4

14.8

23.1

35.8

18.0

684

164

0.0

0.1

2.5

38.8

38.4

17.1

3.1

683

3.6

0.8

12

Acoustics

12

12

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Elementary Particle Physics

0.3

2.6

5.0

15.5

15.5

26.4

22.1

10.2

2.3

303

156

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.3

8.9

19.5

26.1

29.7

13.5

303

162

0.0

0.0

3.3

28.8

43.4

19.9

4.6

302

3.7

0.8

Nuclear Physics

1.6

6.0

9.2

12.0

23.4

25.0

13.6

8.2

1.1

184

153

0.0

0.0

0.5

3.8

10.3

25.0

33.2

21.2

6.0

184

161

0.0

0.0

4.9

27.2

43.5

22.3

2.2

184

3.7

0.8

Optics/Optical Sciences

2.3

7.4

15.2

24.0

24.4

16.6

8.3

1.4

0.5

217

150

0.0

0.0

0.5

0.5

6.0

14.7

28.1

35.9

14.3

217

164

0.0

0.5

4.1

52.5

32.7

9.2

0.9

217

3.3

0.8

Physics

0.5

1.8

6.4

11.3

20.0

25.4

21.4

11.2

2.0

8,132

156

0.0

0.1

0.5

2.2

8.9

20.6

30.2

26.2

11.3

8,135

162

0.0

0.0

2.1

26.2

45.0

23.6

3.1

8,127

3.8

0.8

Planetary Astronomy & Sci.

0.0

0.0

4.5

12.1

15.2

25.8

33.3

7.6

1.5

66

157

0.0

0.0

0.0

7.6

18.2

30.3

19.7

18.2

6.1

66

159

0.0

0.0

0.0

18.2

54.5

25.8

1.5

66

3.9

0.6

Plasma & High-Temp.


Physics

0.0

2.9

6.8

9.7

13.6

28.2

20.4

17.5

1.0

103

157

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.9

7.8

21.4

30.1

20.4

16.5

103

162

0.0

0.0

1.9

26.2

39.8

28.2

3.9

103

3.8

0.9

Solid State Physics

3.9

6.8

13.6

9.7

23.3

16.5

17.5

6.8

1.9

103

152

10

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.9

13.6

9.7

29.1

26.2

17.5

103

162

0.0

0.0

8.8

45.1

31.4

13.7

1.0

102

3.3

0.8

Theoretical & Math.


Physics

0.0

2.0

5.3

11.4

16.3

23.1

23.5

15.9

2.5

510

157

0.0

0.0

0.2

0.8

4.7

13.9

28.4

36.9

15.1

510

164

0.0

0.0

1.2

28.5

44.2

22.8

3.3

509

3.8

0.8

0.6

3.5

7.6

12.3

18.1

20.2

26.9

10.2

0.6

342

155

0.0

0.0

0.9

5.0

9.6

27.5

31.3

18.7

7.0

342

160

0.0

0.0

2.9

23.5

48.7

22.3

2.6

341

3.8

0.8

2.0

6.2

15.7

22.2

23.2

22.2

5.2

3.3

0.0

306

150

0.7

1.6

11.4

19.6

28.8

18.0

12.4

5.2

2.3

306

153

0.0

0.3

6.6

30.9

47.4

12.8

2.0

304

3.5

0.8

Natural Scis., General

1.1

3.7

17.4

22.1

27.4

20.5

4.7

3.2

0.0

190

150

1.1

2.6

14.7

25.3

31.6

16.8

6.3

1.1

0.5

190

150

0.0

0.5

3.7

27.1

53.7

12.8

2.1

188

3.6

0.8

Physical Scis., General

3.5

12.9

11.8

21.2

14.1

27.1

7.1

2.4

0.0

85

150

0.0

0.0

4.7

3.5

23.5

21.2

27.1

12.9

7.1

85

159

0.0

0.0

14.1

42.4

32.9

8.2

2.4

85

3.3

0.9

Physics &
AstronomyOther
09 NATURAL
SCIENCES--OTHER

Science Technologies
Natural Scis.Other
10 ENGINEERING
CHEMICAL
Chemical & Biomolecular
Engineering
Chemical Engineering

4.0

0.0

16.0

24.0

24.0

20.0

4.0

8.0

0.0

25

151

0.0

0.0

8.0

32.0

28.0

20.0

4.0

8.0

0.0

25

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

20.0

52.0

28.0

0.0

25

3.8

0.7

1.4

5.1

12.5

17.7

21.6

21.4

13.9

5.7

0.7

7,994

152

0.0

0.3

1.3

3.0

9.9

21.3

33.1

24.1

7.1

7,998

161

0.0

0.2

3.8

34.7

39.8

19.2

2.4

7,978

3.6

0.8

0.3

1.3

5.3

7.6

22.8

29.4

21.8

11.2

0.3

303

156

0.0

0.3

0.7

1.7

5.9

20.5

30.0

31.0

9.9

303

162

0.0

0.0

1.3

21.2

47.4

27.5

2.6

302

3.9

0.7

1.4

4.9

12.6

18.0

21.5

21.5

13.7

5.6

0.7

7,363

152

0.0

0.3

1.3

3.0

9.7

21.2

33.4

24.2

7.1

7,366

161

0.0

0.1

3.7

34.9

39.8

19.1

2.4

7,349

3.6

0.8

Pulp & Paper Production

Wood Science

13

13

13

Chemical Engr.Other

2.9

10.9

16.7

20.8

23.7

11.2

10.9

2.6

0.3

312

149

0.0

0.0

1.0

2.9

18.2

25.6

30.7

16.9

4.8

313

159

0.0

0.6

6.1

44.4

33.4

14.5

1.0

311

3.4

0.8

11 ENGINEERING
CIVIL

4.1

10.5

16.7

19.9

21.3

16.8

8.2

2.4

0.2

14,797

149

0.4

1.6

3.6

7.4

15.5

25.9

26.9

14.9

3.9

14,818

158

0.0

0.7

9.2

40.6

36.3

12.2

1.0

14,757

3.3

0.8

Architectural Engineering

1.7

8.0

15.6

21.5

25.7

19.8

6.3

0.8

0.4

237

150

0.0

0.8

2.5

6.8

16.5

28.7

26.2

14.3

4.2

237

158

0.0

0.8

6.3

40.9

38.8

12.7

0.4

237

3.4

0.8

Civil Engineering

4.7

11.6

17.6

20.0

20.9

15.9

7.3

1.8

0.1

10,900

148

0.5

1.9

3.7

7.8

15.7

25.6

26.5

14.4

3.8

10,916

158

0.0

0.8

10.4

41.7

35.5

10.8

0.9

10,869

3.3

0.8

Construction Engineering

7.6

18.6

31.4

14.4

14.4

11.0

0.8

1.7

0.0

118

145

0.0

0.0

11.6

14.0

17.4

28.1

16.5

10.7

1.7

121

155

0.0

0.9

8.5

59.8

24.8

5.1

0.9

117

3.1

0.7

Environ./Environ. Health
Engineering

1.2

3.7

12.3

17.7

24.4

21.7

13.7

5.0

0.4

1,062

152

0.1

0.1

1.3

4.4

13.5

25.5

29.8

19.8

5.5

1,063

160

0.0

0.2

3.5

37.5

36.7

20.7

1.4

1,061

3.6

0.8

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Geotechnical &
Geoenviron. Engr.

0.7

5.2

10.8

15.7

21.0

26.6

15.7

3.9

0.3

305

153

0.0

0.7

2.6

5.9

16.1

26.2

29.2

12.5

6.9

305

159

0.0

0.3

3.9

30.2

43.6

21.0

1.0

305

3.6

0.8

Structural Engineering

1.6

6.4

11.9

21.7

25.2

19.6

10.2

3.3

0.1

1,098

151

0.1

0.5

2.5

4.1

15.5

29.3

28.9

16.5

2.7

1,098

159

0.0

0.4

4.1

32.5

46.1

15.5

1.5

1,097

3.5

0.8

18

Surveying Engineering

18

18

Transportation & Highway


Engineering

4.0

12.0

23.2

26.4

16.8

5.6

5.6

5.6

0.8

125

147

0.0

3.2

4.0

8.8

7.2

14.4

26.4

29.6

6.4

125

160

0.0

0.0

13.6

48.8

28.0

8.8

0.8

125

3.1

0.8

Water Resources Engr.

1.2

2.4

10.1

14.8

24.3

25.4

15.4

6.5

0.0

169

153

0.0

0.0

1.2

3.5

17.1

30.0

35.9

10.0

2.4

170

159

0.0

0.0

2.4

29.6

49.1

17.8

1.2

169

3.7

0.8

Civil EngineeringOther

4.8

12.5

16.7

20.7

17.5

15.8

8.2

3.3

0.4

765

149

0.3

2.4

5.9

10.3

14.9

27.1

24.1

12.3

2.9

765

157

0.1

0.3

11.6

43.1

30.7

13.2

1.1

759

3.3

0.9

12 ENGR ELEC. &


ELECTRONICS

5.9

14.8

21.8

20.4

18.1

11.2

5.7

1.9

0.2

43,858

147

0.4

2.1

4.3

8.1

12.8

19.7

24.6

20.5

7.5

43,893

159

0.0

0.9

13.1

52.3

27.0

6.2

0.5

43,791

3.1

0.8

Communications Engr.

7.1

18.6

25.0

25.1

14.5

6.6

2.1

0.9

0.0

1,025

145

0.0

1.9

5.0

9.3

10.4

13.9

24.4

25.9

9.4

1,025

160

0.0

0.3

14.6

65.6

17.6

1.9

0.0

1,024

2.9

0.6

Computer Engineering

4.4

11.8

19.8

18.9

19.3

14.3

8.5

2.7

0.3

5,194

148

0.4

1.7

4.0

7.1

14.6

22.4

27.2

17.5

5.2

5,203

158

0.0

0.7

10.2

45.7

33.9

8.8

0.7

5,174

3.2

0.8

Computer Hardware Engr.

4.9

8.6

17.3

29.6

22.2

12.3

3.7

1.2

0.0

81

148

1.2

1.2

1.2

4.9

4.9

22.2

28.4

27.2

8.6

81

161

0.0

2.5

9.9

50.6

30.9

4.9

1.2

81

3.1

0.8

Computer Software Engr.

6.6

16.3

25.3

21.6

17.2

8.6

3.2

1.1

0.1

1,975

146

0.8

3.0

5.3

9.5

11.1

17.1

21.0

23.3

8.8

1,977

158

0.1

1.2

14.8

60.3

20.1

3.3

0.4

1,974

2.9

0.7

Electrical Engineering

3.0

9.0

17.4

20.8

21.4

15.6

9.2

3.4

0.3

16,968

150

0.1

0.8

1.9

4.6

10.6

19.5

27.5

24.9

10.0

16,975

161

0.0

0.4

7.0

46.7

34.2

10.7

1.0

16,936

3.3

0.8

Electronics Engineering

9.9

22.5

25.6

19.0

14.4

6.4

1.9

0.3

0.0

8,315

144

0.8

3.8

7.4

12.1

14.7

18.4

20.1

16.6

6.1

8,319

156

0.0

1.7

21.1

57.7

17.8

1.6

0.1

8,308

2.8

0.7

Laser & Optical


Engineering

1.5

6.1

16.7

22.7

17.4

21.2

12.1

2.3

0.0

132

151

0.0

0.0

0.8

0.0

9.1

14.4

25.8

34.8

15.2

132

163

0.0

0.0

3.0

54.5

28.0

14.4

0.0

132

3.4

0.7

Telecommunications Engr.

5.6

14.8

28.7

27.6

14.8

6.8

1.6

0.3

0.0

1,132

145

0.1

2.0

4.4

8.6

18.6

24.3

24.1

13.9

4.0

1,137

157

0.0

0.3

12.1

62.6

22.9

2.0

0.1

1,130

3.0

0.6

8.2

19.9

25.9

20.3

15.6

7.0

2.5

0.5

0.0

9,036

144

0.6

3.1

6.2

10.9

14.5

20.2

22.4

16.9

5.3

9,044

157

0.0

1.5

18.4

56.9

21.1

2.2

0.0

9,032

2.9

0.7

2.5

9.4

19.6

22.5

21.7

15.1

7.2

1.8

0.2

4,815

149

0.1

0.9

2.6

7.1

13.9

22.0

27.1

19.0

7.2

4,830

159

0.0

0.3

5.6

48.8

35.5

8.9

0.9

4,781

3.3

0.7

Industrial Engineering

2.5

10.2

20.9

23.9

22.2

13.5

5.5

1.1

0.1

3,743

148

0.1

0.9

2.6

7.1

14.6

22.7

26.8

18.4

6.8

3,753

159

0.0

0.2

6.0

51.7

34.6

6.8

0.6

3,713

3.2

0.7

Manufacturing Engineering

5.3

11.0

27.8

21.6

18.9

10.6

4.0

0.9

0.0

227

147

0.4

2.2

3.0

13.0

15.6

22.5

28.6

12.6

2.2

231

157

0.0

0.4

9.3

56.4

29.1

4.4

0.4

227

3.1

0.7

Operations Research

0.2

0.9

2.6

12.4

20.5

29.5

23.8

8.7

1.3

458

156

0.0

0.0

0.4

1.1

4.1

15.3

29.4

31.6

18.1

459

164

0.0

0.0

1.1

18.4

46.9

29.6

3.9

456

4.0

0.7

Industrial Engr.Other

2.8

11.1

22.0

21.7

19.6

16.3

5.2

1.0

0.3

387

148

0.0

1.3

4.7

9.8

17.8

23.5

26.9

14.0

2.1

387

157

0.0

0.5

5.5

52.5

34.3

6.8

0.5

385

3.2

0.7

14 ENGINEERING
MATERIALS

1.2

4.3

12.6

18.1

22.2

21.3

13.7

6.0

0.7

3,814

152

0.0

0.0

0.8

2.0

6.7

18.1

32.2

30.5

9.6

3,819

162

0.0

0.1

3.7

38.7

38.1

17.7

1.7

3,811

3.5

0.8

Ceramic Scis. & Engr.

2.9

8.6

14.3

14.3

22.9

22.9

8.6

5.7

0.0

35

151

0.0

0.0

8.6

2.9

20.0

20.0

22.9

22.9

2.9

35

159

0.0

0.0

11.4

31.4

45.7

11.4

0.0

35

3.4

0.9

Materials Engineering

1.4

4.4

12.2

19.8

22.1

22.1

13.2

4.4

0.4

1,649

152

0.0

0.0

0.5

1.8

6.2

17.6

32.9

31.3

9.7

1,650

163

0.0

0.2

3.7

40.0

38.3

16.5

1.4

1,647

3.5

0.8

Materials Science

0.6

2.8

11.1

15.5

22.5

21.8

16.0

8.6

1.2

1,661

154

0.0

0.0

0.7

1.4

5.6

17.8

31.7

31.8

10.9

1,664

163

0.0

0.0

3.1

33.8

38.7

22.1

2.3

1,660

3.7

0.8

Elec. & Electronics


Engr.Other
13 ENGINEERING
INDUSTRIAL

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Metallurgical Engineering

3.1

9.3

18.0

19.9

22.4

14.9

10.6

1.9

0.0

161

149

0.0

0.0

1.2

7.5

13.7

18.6

32.9

19.9

6.2

161

160

0.0

0.6

4.3

50.3

39.1

5.0

0.6

161

3.3

0.7

Polymer/Plastics Engr.

2.7

11.0

24.0

23.3

19.2

13.0

5.5

1.4

0.0

146

148

0.0

0.0

1.4

4.1

11.0

21.2

28.1

27.4

6.8

146

161

0.0

0.0

8.9

61.6

26.7

2.7

0.0

146

3.0

0.6

Materials Engr.Other

0.6

7.4

14.8

22.2

22.2

21.6

8.0

3.1

0.0

162

151

0.0

0.0

1.8

3.7

7.4

22.7

35.6

25.2

3.7

163

161

0.0

0.0

3.1

46.3

37.7

11.7

1.2

162

3.4

0.8

15 ENGINEERING
MECHANICAL

4.5

11.4

17.6

18.7

19.0

16.2

9.3

3.1

0.2

26,097

149

0.3

1.7

3.7

7.3

13.5

22.7

27.6

17.8

5.3

26,123

159

0.0

0.6

9.8

42.7

34.5

11.3

1.0

26,054

3.3

0.8

Engineering Mechanics

3.3

7.4

17.1

22.4

28.1

14.7

5.0

2.0

0.0

299

149

0.0

0.3

0.0

0.7

3.3

9.0

31.3

38.7

16.7

300

164

0.0

0.7

5.7

65.6

22.4

5.0

0.7

299

3.1

0.6

Mechanical Engr.

4.4

11.0

17.3

18.6

19.0

16.6

9.7

3.2

0.2

24,194

149

0.3

1.7

3.6

7.1

13.4

22.8

27.7

18.0

5.4

24,216

159

0.0

0.6

9.5

41.8

35.2

11.8

1.1

24,155

3.3

0.8

Mechanical Engr.Other

5.9

17.0

23.6

20.1

16.8

9.7

5.0

1.9

0.0

1,604

146

0.2

2.7

6.2

10.9

16.9

24.5

25.2

11.1

2.2

1,607

156

0.1

0.9

15.1

51.9

26.3

5.4

0.3

1,600

3.0

0.8

16 ENGINEERING
OTHER

1.7

4.8

10.7

15.9

20.7

24.0

15.7

5.9

0.5

16,893

153

0.1

0.5

1.8

4.9

12.0

24.3

31.8

19.5

5.1

16,914

160

0.0

0.3

3.9

29.6

43.1

20.7

2.4

16,856

3.7

0.8

Aeronautical Engineering

8.9

17.3

18.0

16.3

15.2

12.6

8.5

3.0

0.2

929

147

0.6

3.3

7.6

13.0

16.1

19.3

22.9

14.1

2.9

929

156

0.0

1.6

16.6

43.8

26.4

10.7

0.9

927

3.1

0.9

Aerospace Engineering

1.5

4.1

9.7

15.4

21.4

25.3

16.1

5.9

0.5

4,421

153

0.1

0.4

1.5

4.0

10.7

24.1

34.8

19.8

4.6

4,425

160

0.0

0.2

3.1

27.6

46.8

20.7

1.6

4,416

3.7

0.8

Agricultural Engineering

0.8

5.7

13.9

22.1

26.2

17.6

10.2

2.9

0.4

244

151

0.4

0.8

2.9

6.6

18.4

25.8

26.2

14.8

4.1

244

158

0.0

0.4

4.9

40.2

42.6

11.1

0.8

244

3.4

0.7

Biochemical Engineering

1.8

2.3

11.2

16.5

20.1

22.8

16.2

7.6

1.5

394

153

0.0

0.0

0.5

4.3

7.9

22.8

35.8

22.1

6.6

394

161

0.0

0.5

3.8

32.0

37.3

25.6

0.8

394

3.7

0.8

Biomed./Medical Engr.

0.5

2.4

6.6

12.7

20.3

28.0

20.2

8.5

0.8

5,384

155

0.0

0.1

1.0

4.0

11.5

26.2

32.3

19.7

5.2

5,392

160

0.0

0.1

1.5

18.7

46.5

29.2

4.0

5,384

3.9

0.8

Electromechanical Engr.

3.3

12.7

17.5

20.4

18.2

13.1

10.5

4.4

0.0

275

149

0.0

0.7

2.9

5.4

12.6

21.3

28.9

23.5

4.7

277

160

0.0

0.0

11.0

48.0

30.0

8.8

2.2

273

3.2

0.8

Engineering Chemistry

2.5

10.6

23.2

25.3

25.8

8.1

2.5

2.0

0.0

198

147

0.5

1.0

0.5

3.5

10.1

15.2

34.3

27.8

7.1

198

161

0.0

1.0

9.6

62.6

20.7

5.1

1.0

198

3.1

0.7

Engineering Physics

1.3

2.3

7.0

13.2

17.9

31.3

18.8

7.0

1.0

597

155

0.0

0.2

0.7

2.3

9.5

19.7

29.4

29.1

9.0

598

162

0.0

0.0

2.2

25.1

48.4

20.7

3.5

593

3.8

0.8

Engineering Science

0.8

4.5

7.7

14.2

20.7

26.4

19.9

5.3

0.4

246

154

0.0

0.4

1.2

3.3

9.8

20.8

31.8

22.0

10.6

245

161

0.0

0.4

4.9

28.9

43.1

21.5

1.2

246

3.6

0.8

Forest Engineering

Geol./Geophysical Engr.

0.8

10.7

12.2

18.3

25.2

24.4

6.9

1.5

0.0

131

150

0.0

1.5

3.8

8.4

29.8

22.9

21.4

8.4

3.8

131

156

0.0

1.5

6.9

39.2

36.2

15.4

0.8

130

3.4

0.8

Mining & Mineral Engr..

5.7

4.1

17.1

22.8

25.2

16.3

7.3

1.6

0.0

123

149

0.0

0.8

0.8

7.3

12.9

23.4

36.3

16.1

2.4

124

159

0.0

0.8

3.3

59.5

28.9

7.4

0.0

121

3.2

0.7

Naval Arch. & Marine


Engineering

0.6

4.7

15.7

22.7

24.4

21.5

9.9

0.6

0.0

172

151

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.3

9.2

17.9

31.8

30.6

8.1

173

162

0.0

0.0

4.7

50.0

36.0

8.7

0.6

172

3.3

0.7

Nuclear Engineering

0.6

0.7

6.5

12.3

20.1

33.1

20.5

5.6

0.6

826

155

0.0

0.0

0.2

2.5

10.0

26.6

33.8

21.7

5.1

826

161

0.0

0.1

1.5

21.8

49.4

24.0

3.3

822

3.9

0.7

Ocean Engineering

0.5

2.7

12.1

25.8

25.8

19.2

11.5

2.2

0.0

182

151

0.0

0.0

0.5

4.9

13.2

17.0

24.2

25.3

14.8

182

161

0.0

0.0

3.3

43.6

37.6

13.8

1.7

181

3.5

0.7

3.2

0.7

Paper Sci. & Engineering


Petroleum Engineering

2.6

8.8

21.4

24.8

22.6

13.0

5.4

1.4

0.1

1,550

2
148

0.1

0.6

2.2

6.3

12.6

26.6

31.1

16.6

3.9

1,551

2
159

0.1

0.2

6.1

51.9

35.4

5.9

0.5

1,533

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Systems Engineering

1.8

4.2

11.2

14.1

19.2

26.0

17.0

6.2

0.4

454

153

0.0

1.8

3.7

8.4

17.0

23.3

28.2

14.5

3.1

454

158

0.0

0.4

3.3

25.8

45.8

22.2

2.4

454

3.7

0.8

Textile Scis. & Engineering

7.7

15.4

28.8

21.2

17.3

5.8

3.8

0.0

0.0

52

145

1.9

0.0

3.8

3.8

13.5

23.1

30.8

19.2

3.8

52

159

0.0

0.0

15.4

57.7

21.2

5.8

0.0

52

3.0

0.7

EngineeringOther

2.0

5.2

12.9

18.4

21.4

21.3

13.0

5.4

0.3

705

152

0.4

1.0

3.0

7.5

15.8

23.1

27.8

16.2

5.2

709

158

0.0

0.4

4.8

35.0

42.4

15.3

2.1

706

3.5

0.8

17 ANTHROPOLOGY &
ARCHAELOLOGY

0.1

0.6

3.8

12.6

22.2

30.3

20.9

8.3

1.1

6,531

156

0.7

5.7

17.4

27.1

27.1

15.4

5.3

1.1

0.2

6,530

149

0.0

0.0

0.6

14.3

50.3

30.8

3.9

6,526

4.0

0.7

Anthropology

0.1

0.7

3.8

13.0

22.6

29.6

20.9

8.3

1.1

4,292

156

0.6

5.3

17.0

26.3

28.0

15.6

5.6

1.3

0.1

4,291

150

0.0

0.1

0.5

13.4

50.3

31.5

4.3

4,288

4.0

0.7

Archaeology

0.0

0.5

3.5

9.4

13.6

29.5

27.2

13.6

2.8

427

158

1.2

3.3

11.2

25.1

29.0

20.8

7.0

1.2

1.2

427

151

0.0

0.0

0.7

11.5

44.7

38.9

4.2

427

4.1

0.7

Anthropology &
ArchaeologyOther

0.1

0.6

4.0

12.4

23.5

32.4

19.6

6.8

0.6

1,812

156

0.8

7.0

19.8

29.6

24.6

13.5

4.1

0.6

0.1

1,812

149

0.0

0.0

0.8

17.3

51.6

27.4

2.9

1,811

3.9

0.7

18 ECONOMICS

0.9

3.0

8.0

14.7

21.4

24.2

17.4

9.1

1.4

14,351

154

0.1

0.5

1.9

5.5

13.5

22.1

26.5

21.8

8.2

14,411

160

0.0

0.1

2.0

27.8

42.3

23.6

4.2

14,310

3.8

0.8

Applied Economics

0.7

2.7

9.9

16.4

22.9

27.4

13.8

5.4

0.8

1,042

153

0.2

0.2

3.0

8.1

18.3

23.5

25.4

15.8

5.5

1,043

158

0.0

0.0

1.6

31.5

46.1

17.8

3.0

1,041

3.7

0.8

Econometrics

1.5

1.5

11.7

15.3

26.3

24.1

13.1

6.6

0.0

137

153

0.0

0.7

0.0

4.4

14.6

16.8

29.2

19.7

14.6

137

161

0.0

0.0

5.1

33.1

42.6

19.1

0.0

136

3.6

0.8

Economics

0.9

3.0

7.7

14.4

21.2

23.9

17.7

9.7

1.6

11,628

155

0.1

0.5

1.7

5.0

12.6

21.7

26.7

23.3

8.5

11,678

160

0.0

0.1

1.9

27.4

42.2

24.0

4.5

11,595

3.8

0.8

Intl. Economics

0.2

3.6

9.0

16.2

22.2

26.5

15.5

6.4

0.4

826

154

0.1

0.8

3.5

9.6

18.3

24.8

25.2

12.4

5.2

830

158

0.0

0.1

2.8

31.0

40.5

23.6

2.1

823

3.7

0.8

EconomicsOther

1.4

3.2

9.1

15.0

19.9

21.7

19.9

7.9

1.8

718

154

0.0

0.3

1.9

5.9

14.4

24.3

26.0

18.4

8.7

723

160

0.1

0.1

2.7

25.0

41.4

25.7

4.9

715

3.8

0.9

19 POLITICAL
SCIENCE

0.4

1.5

4.7

12.0

20.3

27.2

21.4

10.8

1.7

16,344

156

0.9

5.0

12.2

20.4

25.9

20.1

10.9

3.7

0.9

16,381

152

0.0

0.0

0.8

13.3

42.9

35.8

7.1

16,329

4.1

0.8

Intl. Relations

0.3

1.4

4.6

11.6

19.6

27.9

22.1

10.9

1.6

6,112

156

0.8

4.2

11.2

20.1

26.5

20.9

11.3

4.1

0.8

6,120

152

0.0

0.0

0.9

14.0

42.9

35.8

6.4

6,110

4.1

0.8

Pol. Sci. & Government

0.5

1.6

4.2

12.4

20.5

26.8

20.8

11.1

2.1

3,770

156

1.0

5.6

14.0

21.6

25.4

18.7

10.0

2.9

0.8

3,776

151

0.1

0.1

0.9

11.8

42.4

36.6

8.2

3,764

4.2

0.8

Public Policy Analysis

0.1

1.2

4.1

9.4

18.6

26.8

23.4

14.2

2.2

2,360

157

0.5

3.1

7.6

14.6

24.4

24.9

16.4

6.4

2.2

2,365

154

0.0

0.1

0.5

11.8

39.6

39.3

8.7

2,360

4.2

0.8

Pol. Sci.Other

0.6

1.9

5.7

13.6

22.3

26.9

19.6

8.3

1.3

4,102

155

1.2

6.9

14.7

23.1

26.2

17.4

7.7

2.3

0.5

4,120

150

0.0

0.0

1.0

14.4

45.4

33.0

6.2

4,095

4.1

0.8

20 PSYCHOLOGY

0.6

2.9

10.9

21.6

26.8

23.1

10.6

3.1

0.3

67,708

152

1.3

7.4

19.4

26.8

25.1

13.7

4.8

1.3

0.2

67,703

149

0.0

0.1

1.4

19.2

52.7

24.1

2.5

67,614

3.9

0.7

Applied Psychology

1.4

4.9

15.4

27.1

25.6

18.4

5.7

1.3

0.1

1,761

150

1.5

9.5

22.0

24.9

21.6

10.5

5.3

3.5

1.0

1,761

149

0.0

0.0

2.6

29.3

51.4

15.2

1.5

1,757

3.6

0.7

Clinical Psychology

0.5

2.2

9.4

18.9

25.8

25.2

13.2

4.4

0.5

16,811

153

1.1

6.8

18.0

26.2

25.4

15.9

5.4

1.1

0.1

16,807

149

0.0

0.0

1.0

15.7

51.6

28.4

3.2

16,794

4.0

0.7

Cognitive Psychology

0.1

0.9

4.4

12.9

22.8

27.5

20.5

9.4

1.5

1,645

156

0.5

2.3

8.9

16.4

27.5

22.8

14.0

5.8

1.8

1,645

154

0.0

0.1

0.4

15.1

47.7

31.3

5.4

1,644

4.1

0.7

Community Psychology

0.5

2.3

15.9

23.6

27.7

20.0

6.8

3.2

0.0

220

151

1.8

10.5

28.6

26.4

20.9

9.5

2.3

0.0

0.0

220

147

0.0

0.0

2.3

22.7

55.5

17.7

1.8

220

3.7

0.7

Comparative Psychology

0.0

4.9

6.6

13.1

19.7

37.7

13.1

3.3

1.6

61

154

1.6

4.9

9.8

26.2

26.2

18.0

8.2

3.3

1.6

61

151

0.0

0.0

1.6

19.7

49.2

27.9

1.6

61

3.9

0.7

Counseling Psychology

0.9

4.1

14.0

25.7

27.3

18.9

7.3

1.6

0.2

9,917

150

2.0

11.6

26.2

28.8

21.2

7.6

2.1

0.4

0.0

9,915

146

0.0

0.1

2.0

23.9

53.4

19.1

1.4

9,893

3.7

0.7

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Dev. & Child Psychology

0.9

3.1

9.9

20.4

27.4

22.9

12.1

2.9

0.3

1,503

152

1.5

6.0

19.0

23.4

23.8

16.3

7.7

1.7

0.5

1,502

150

0.0

0.1

1.2

19.8

48.7

27.1

3.1

1,504

3.9

0.8

Experimental Psychology

0.3

1.3

6.4

16.2

25.6

31.1

13.3

5.1

0.7

913

154

0.3

3.7

15.0

27.3

30.1

16.4

5.9

1.1

0.1

913

150

0.0

0.0

1.0

18.9

52.4

24.9

2.9

912

3.9

0.7

Forensic Psychology

1.2

4.0

14.8

24.7

28.5

19.8

6.0

1.0

0.1

1,715

150

2.4

10.6

25.7

28.7

21.7

8.7

1.7

0.3

0.1

1,715

147

0.0

0.1

1.9

22.9

52.9

20.6

1.6

1,715

3.8

0.7

Industrial & Organizational


Psychology

0.4

2.1

9.3

22.1

28.6

25.8

10.0

1.6

0.2

3,411

152

0.9

4.5

15.9

26.8

29.2

15.9

5.1

1.5

0.2

3,410

150

0.0

0.0

1.1

18.7

54.2

24.1

1.9

3,407

3.9

0.7

Personality Psychology

0.0

2.1

14.6

6.3

28.1

25.0

15.6

8.3

0.0

96

154

1.0

4.2

10.4

17.7

28.1

15.6

16.7

5.2

1.0

96

153

0.0

0.0

2.1

21.9

45.8

22.9

7.3

96

3.9

0.9

Physiological Psychology

0.6

1.8

6.7

14.7

28.2

28.2

14.4

5.0

0.6

341

154

2.1

3.5

17.6

21.4

31.7

16.7

5.9

0.9

0.3

341

150

0.0

0.0

0.9

19.4

48.7

28.7

2.3

341

3.9

0.7

Psycholinguistics

2.4

0.0

1.2

7.2

12.0

26.5

28.9

15.7

6.0

83

159

0.0

0.0

13.3

18.1

14.5

19.3

24.1

10.8

0.0

83

155

0.0

0.0

0.0

14.6

40.2

39.0

6.1

82

4.2

0.7

Psychology, General

0.6

3.1

11.5

23.0

27.5

22.5

9.2

2.4

0.2

25,418

152

1.1

7.0

19.2

27.9

25.9

13.3

4.2

1.1

0.2

25,420

149

0.0

0.0

1.3

19.5

54.3

22.8

2.1

25,384

3.8

0.7

14

Psychometrics

14

14

Psychopharmacolgy

0.0

4.0

0.0

8.0

32.0

40.0

8.0

8.0

0.0

25

155

0.0

4.0

4.0

16.0

20.0

28.0

20.0

4.0

4.0

25

155

0.0

0.0

4.0

16.0

40.0

36.0

4.0

25

4.0

0.8

Quanitative Psychology

0.6

0.0

5.2

9.2

21.3

28.2

19.5

14.4

1.7

174

157

0.0

0.6

3.4

12.1

23.0

25.9

20.1

11.5

3.4

174

157

0.0

0.0

0.6

15.5

46.0

31.0

6.9

174

4.1

0.8

Res. & Experimental Psych.

0.2

1.3

5.7

14.8

27.3

29.0

15.3

6.0

0.3

600

154

0.3

3.7

16.6

25.5

31.8

16.6

4.2

1.2

0.2

601

150

0.0

0.0

1.2

15.9

52.7

26.4

3.8

598

3.9

0.7

Social Psychology

0.2

2.0

5.5

13.6

23.6

27.1

19.3

7.7

1.0

1,682

155

0.4

3.7

11.0

21.3

26.0

21.0

11.8

3.7

1.1

1,682

152

0.1

0.1

1.1

15.0

46.3

31.8

5.6

1,678

4.0

0.8

PsychologyOther

1.1

3.6

11.8

21.5

27.1

22.2

10.5

2.0

0.2

1,318

151

1.8

8.6

18.1

27.0

26.6

12.0

4.9

1.0

0.0

1,318

149

0.0

0.3

1.6

19.3

53.0

23.4

2.4

1,315

3.8

0.7

21 SOCIOLOGY

1.0

3.7

11.0

19.0

24.0

22.3

13.1

5.1

0.8

5,712

152

1.9

9.9

18.9

24.3

22.7

12.7

6.1

2.8

0.6

5,711

149

0.0

0.2

2.2

21.5

47.9

24.7

3.5

5,707

3.8

0.8

Demography

0.0

3.2

3.2

25.8

25.8

16.1

3.2

22.6

0.0

31

154

0.0

0.0

9.7

25.8

25.8

16.1

9.7

12.9

0.0

31

154

0.0

0.0

0.0

29.0

38.7

19.4

12.9

31

4.0

0.9

Rural Sociology

0.0

7.1

3.6

10.7

17.9

21.4

32.1

7.1

0.0

28

155

0.0

10.7

7.1

17.9

32.1

25.0

7.1

0.0

0.0

28

151

0.0

0.0

3.6

14.3

21.4

60.7

0.0

28

4.1

0.8

Sociology

1.0

3.7

11.0

19.0

24.0

22.3

13.1

5.0

0.8

5,653

152

1.9

10.0

19.1

24.3

22.7

12.7

6.1

2.7

0.6

5,652

149

0.0

0.2

2.2

21.5

48.1

24.5

3.5

5,648

3.8

0.8

22 SOC. & BEHAV.


SCIS.OTHER

1.7

5.8

15.8

23.1

22.5

17.9

9.2

3.4

0.5

7,498

150

2.7

11.2

21.8

25.0

20.3

11.2

5.0

2.1

0.7

7,501

148

0.0

0.2

3.0

27.9

47.7

19.0

2.3

7,491

3.7

0.8

4.2

0.8

Adult Dev. & Aging


American Studies

0.5

1.0

5.2

8.9

18.9

29.1

24.9

10.2

1.0

Area, Eth., Cult, Gen., and


Group Studies

381

8
157

1.6

7.1

18.6

24.1

24.1

17.3

5.8

1.3

0.0

381

8
149

0.0

0.3

0.5

10.0

42.3

39.1

7.9

381
9

Crim. Just./Criminology

2.7

8.9

22.5

28.8

21.5

11.8

3.1

0.7

0.0

3,904

147

4.4

16.5

28.8

28.0

15.9

5.1

1.2

0.2

0.0

3,905

145

0.0

0.3

4.2

33.1

48.2

13.2

0.9

3,902

3.5

0.8

Geography & Cartography

0.7

1.8

7.3

18.9

24.0

25.7

14.8

6.0

0.7

1,690

154

0.6

3.8

12.5

22.8

27.4

17.9

9.3

3.9

1.8

1,690

152

0.0

0.1

1.9

24.4

48.9

21.6

3.1

1,686

3.8

0.8

Gerontology

1.8

7.0

17.5

22.8

28.9

14.0

6.1

1.8

0.0

114

149

0.9

17.5

24.6

32.5

17.5

3.5

3.5

0.0

0.0

114

146

0.0

0.0

1.8

28.9

51.8

14.9

2.6

114

3.6

0.7

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Public Affairs

0.0

2.3

8.9

13.2

25.2

23.9

18.8

6.2

1.6

485

154

0.6

5.2

10.3

17.5

27.0

20.2

12.6

5.6

1.0

485

153

0.0

0.2

0.6

19.4

44.9

31.1

3.7

485

3.9

0.8

Social Sciences, General

1.2

5.6

12.4

19.8

23.1

20.4

12.1

3.0

2.4

338

152

3.2

8.8

21.2

20.9

20.3

13.5

6.8

4.4

0.9

340

149

0.0

0.3

3.3

29.0

44.1

19.5

3.8

338

3.7

0.8

Urban Studies/Affairs

0.8

1.9

6.6

14.6

21.2

25.4

18.8

9.8

1.1

378

155

0.3

2.9

10.1

16.9

20.9

23.5

14.3

8.7

2.4

378

154

0.3

0.0

1.3

20.6

43.4

30.2

4.2

378

4.0

0.8

Soc. & Beh. Scis.Other

1.0

2.1

15.7

23.6

26.7

20.9

8.4

1.0

0.5

191

151

1.6

9.4

20.4

24.6

24.6

15.2

2.6

1.6

0.0

191

148

0.0

0.0

1.1

20.0

58.9

19.5

0.5

190

3.7

0.6

23 ARTSHIST.,
THEORY & CRITICISM

0.1

1.1

3.5

10.9

22.7

27.6

22.0

10.9

1.2

2,933

156

1.3

6.7

16.1

24.8

23.8

16.6

7.8

2.5

0.4

2,935

150

0.0

0.0

0.8

13.8

47.0

33.3

5.2

2,932

4.1

0.7

0.1

0.9

3.5

11.4

24.0

28.1

20.5

10.4

1.0

2,370

156

1.4

7.5

17.6

26.2

22.6

14.6

7.3

2.3

0.4

2,372

149

0.0

0.0

0.8

14.2

47.7

32.3

5.1

2,369

4.1

0.7

0.0

2.0

2.0

10.0

24.0

32.0

16.0

10.0

4.0

50

157

4.0

2.0

16.0

16.0

38.0

22.0

0.0

2.0

0.0

50

150

0.0

0.0

0.0

12.0

48.0

36.0

4.0

50

4.0

0.7

0.0

1.2

3.6

8.2

14.9

25.2

30.5

14.1

2.4

417

158

0.2

2.6

9.8

17.3

28.5

26.1

11.0

3.6

0.7

417

153

0.0

0.0

1.0

10.6

45.3

37.2

6.0

417

4.1

0.7

0.0

3.4

0.0

10.3

13.8

24.1

31.0

17.2

0.0

29

158

0.0

3.4

20.7

13.8

24.1

27.6

3.4

6.9

0.0

29

152

0.0

0.0

0.0

13.8

31.0

48.3

6.9

29

4.2

0.7

0.0

4.5

6.0

11.9

26.9

22.4

22.4

6.0

0.0

67

154

0.0

9.0

3.0

31.3

23.9

19.4

10.4

1.5

1.5

67

151

0.0

0.0

1.5

20.9

40.3

34.3

3.0

67

3.9

0.8

0.7

3.8

9.6

17.8

22.9

23.7

14.8

5.9

0.7

4,420

153

1.0

6.6

14.6

23.1

24.0

17.5

8.9

3.7

0.6

4,418

151

0.0

0.3

3.7

24.7

46.9

21.8

2.5

4,409

3.7

0.8

1.4

10.1

16.9

20.3

25.0

16.9

5.4

4.1

0.0

148

150

4.7

11.5

18.9

25.7

16.9

10.8

8.1

3.4

0.0

148

148

0.0

0.0

6.8

35.4

42.9

14.3

0.7

147

3.5

0.8

Dance

1.8

7.0

7.0

21.1

31.6

22.8

7.0

1.8

0.0

57

151

0.0

5.3

17.5

24.6

38.6

7.0

5.3

1.8

0.0

57

149

0.0

0.0

1.8

16.1

60.7

19.6

1.8

56

3.8

0.7

Design & Applied Arts

2.0

7.9

16.8

25.2

22.3

11.9

9.9

4.0

0.0

202

149

1.5

6.9

13.4

22.3

24.3

16.8

9.4

5.0

0.5

202

151

0.0

0.5

9.9

40.6

34.2

13.9

1.0

202

3.3

0.9

Drama/Theatre Arts

0.5

3.2

7.9

14.0

22.4

24.8

19.4

6.3

1.4

557

154

1.8

8.8

15.6

27.3

21.5

15.8

6.6

2.2

0.4

557

149

0.0

0.0

2.7

17.4

48.3

26.4

5.2

557

3.9

0.8

Film/Video & Photographic


Arts

0.6

4.5

8.2

16.8

20.9

27.9

14.4

6.4

0.3

716

153

1.1

7.4

15.8

25.0

24.7

15.4

7.8

2.4

0.4

716

150

0.0

0.1

3.5

21.6

47.9

22.9

3.9

712

3.8

0.8

Fine & Studio Arts

0.6

4.3

11.4

21.7

25.9

19.4

11.4

5.4

0.0

351

152

1.4

10.9

23.4

24.9

20.6

12.0

4.0

2.9

0.0

350

148

0.0

0.9

4.6

29.6

47.6

15.7

1.7

351

3.6

0.8

Industrial Design

0.6

6.9

17.4

31.2

22.2

11.7

7.8

2.1

0.0

333

149

0.6

1.2

3.0

11.7

17.1

21.6

22.5

17.7

4.5

333

158

0.0

0.6

8.1

54.5

26.8

9.0

0.9

332

3.2

0.7

Music

0.6

2.2

7.2

15.3

23.3

26.5

17.0

7.0

1.0

1,958

154

0.4

5.5

14.1

22.3

26.5

20.0

8.5

2.5

0.4

1,957

151

0.0

0.3

2.3

19.7

50.9

24.9

2.0

1,955

3.8

0.8

1.1

1.1

18.1

19.1

18.1

24.5

13.8

2.1

2.1

94

152

2.1

8.5

10.6

28.7

22.3

18.1

8.5

1.1

0.0

94

150

0.0

1.1

3.2

25.8

46.2

22.6

1.1

93

3.6

0.8

0.2

0.8

3.2

9.3

19.8

28.4

24.1

12.4

1.8

15,160

157

1.3

8.4

19.4

25.7

24.3

13.7

5.3

1.6

0.3

15,130

149

0.0

0.0

0.7

10.9

43.2

37.6

7.6

15,145

4.2

0.8

American Literature

0.0

2.0

1.0

10.0

22.0

28.0

23.0

10.0

4.0

100

157

2.0

7.0

20.0

22.0

21.0

11.0

11.0

3.0

3.0

100

150

0.0

0.0

3.0

17.0

45.0

31.0

4.0

100

4.0

0.8

Creative Writing

0.2

0.2

2.1

7.1

18.9

29.7

26.9

12.8

2.0

3,225

158

1.1

8.8

19.2

25.6

25.8

14.1

4.2

1.1

0.1

3,218

149

0.0

0.0

0.3

9.2

44.7

38.5

7.2

3,224

4.2

0.7

English Language & Lit.

0.4

1.1

3.8

10.5

21.0

27.5

22.6

11.2

1.8

4,287

157

1.3

8.1

18.7

25.8

24.0

13.5

6.2

2.0

0.4

4,279

149

0.0

0.0

0.9

12.8

42.6

36.5

7.1

4,282

4.1

0.8

Art History, Criticism &


Conservation
Music History, Literature
and Theory
Musicology
Theatre Literature, History
and Criticism
ArtsHistory, Theory, &
CriticismOther
24 ARTS--PRFM. &
STUDIO
Arts, Entertainment and
Media Management

Crafts/Craft Design

ArtsPerformance and
StudioOther
25 ENGLISH
LANGUAGE & LIT.

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
English Literature

0.1

0.8

3.0

8.9

18.5

27.8

24.9

14.1

1.9

5,682

157

1.5

8.6

19.8

25.3

24.5

13.7

5.0

1.3

0.1

5,671

149

0.0

0.0

0.7

9.1

42.6

38.9

8.7

5,674

4.2

0.8

Rhetoric & Comp./Writing


Studies

0.0

0.9

2.4

10.1

18.7

36.2

20.5

10.7

0.6

337

157

0.6

7.7

18.1

30.9

27.0

13.1

2.7

0.0

0.0

337

148

0.0

0.0

0.3

7.7

38.9

44.5

8.6

337

4.3

0.7

English Lang. &


Lits.Other

0.1

1.4

4.8

11.4

23.7

28.4

20.7

8.6

1.0

1,529

156

1.1

8.1

21.0

26.4

21.0

13.4

6.1

2.4

0.5

1,525

149

0.0

0.1

0.8

15.9

45.1

32.4

5.8

1,528

4.0

0.8

26 FOREIGN
LANGUAGES & LIT.

0.6

2.1

6.0

12.3

19.2

25.3

20.7

11.7

2.2

3,349

156

1.0

5.7

14.1

22.2

26.7

17.7

9.0

2.9

0.6

3,349

151

0.0

0.1

1.3

17.0

44.4

31.7

5.5

3,347

4.0

0.8

3.8

0.8

468

4.4

0.7

African Languages & Lits.

10

10

10

American Sign Language

Asiatic Languages & Lits.

0.9

0.9

8.1

11.7

19.8

27.0

20.7

9.0

1.8

Classics & Classical


Languages & Literatures

0.0

0.2

0.4

3.2

7.7

20.9

31.4

29.1

7.1

Foreign Literature

0.0

2.3

2.3

11.6

11.6

16.3

20.9

27.9

French

0.4

1.5

4.4

8.9

19.7

29.2

24.7

10.0

0.0

1.8

4.5

13.5

14.3

30.0

22.9

11.7

Italian

156

0.0

3.6

7.2

12.6

23.4

15.3

24.3

11.7

1.8

Celtic Languages & Lits.

Germanic Languages &


Lits.
Iranian/Persian Languages
& Literatures

111

1.0

1.0

11.0

24.0

33.0

17.0

10.0

468

162

0.0

1.3

7.0

43

159

2.3

7.0

1.3

542

156

0.7

3.9

1.3

223

156

0.9

6.7

10.3

2.0

100

5.6

18.8

33.2

23.8

13.7

3.2

0.4

0.0

0.0

2.7

25.5

40.0

28.2

3.6

7.0

9.3

23.3

25.6

16.3

7.0

13.8

25.1

29.7

16.1

7.4

2.8

24.2

27.4

17.0

9.0

3.6

2
153

0.0

0.0

0.4

5.3

38.2

46.8

9.2

2.3

43

154

0.0

0.0

2.3

25.6

23.3

37.2

11.6

43

4.1

1.0

0.6

542

151

0.0

0.2

0.7

14.0

48.3

30.8

5.9

542

4.1

0.8

0.9

223

151

0.0

0.0

2.2

14.8

48.0

31.4

3.6

223

4.0

0.8

4.1

0.8

4
156

1.0

3.0

13.0

24.0

30.0

16.0

10.0

2.0

110

467

1.0

Modern Greek Lang. & Lit.

155

4
1.0

111

100

4
151

0.0

0.0

1.0

15.0

44.0

33.0

7.0

100
5

Romance Languages &


Lits.

1.3

0.0

1.3

11.3

21.3

22.5

32.5

8.8

1.3

80

157

0.0

3.8

17.5

23.8

22.5

23.8

6.3

2.5

0.0

80

151

0.0

0.0

0.0

18.8

35.0

37.5

8.8

80

4.1

0.8

Russian

0.5

1.5

2.0

9.6

15.7

23.4

26.9

18.3

2.0

197

158

0.5

2.0

15.2

17.8

24.9

21.3

13.7

2.5

2.0

197

152

0.0

0.0

0.0

16.2

38.1

36.5

9.1

197

4.2

0.8

11

Semitic Languages

12

11

Slavic, Baltic & Albanian


Languages & Literatures

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.2

12.9

12.9

35.5

32.3

3.2

31

161

3.2

0.0

12.9

19.4

22.6

19.4

9.7

9.7

3.2

31

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

9.7

22.6

58.1

9.7

31

4.5

0.8

Spanish

0.6

3.3

9.9

17.7

24.3

25.3

14.0

4.3

0.6

1,240

153

1.4

9.3

19.1

25.8

25.1

14.6

4.0

0.7

0.0

1,240

148

0.0

0.0

1.8

20.1

48.4

26.2

3.5

1,239

3.9

0.8

Foreign Languages &


LiteraturesOther

0.4

2.5

8.3

13.7

21.7

23.5

15.5

11.2

3.2

277

155

2.2

5.8

11.9

14.8

22.0

18.8

15.5

7.2

1.8

277

153

0.0

0.0

1.1

26.7

43.0

25.3

4.0

277

3.9

0.8

27 HISTORY

0.2

0.7

4.2

11.4

21.8

27.7

21.7

10.7

1.5

10,289

156

1.7

8.3

20.1

26.4

24.4

12.8

5.0

1.3

0.2

10,277

148

0.0

0.0

0.7

12.4

46.4

33.9

6.5

10,282

4.1

0.8

American History

0.1

0.7

4.5

11.9

21.1

27.2

22.6

10.7

1.1

1,628

156

2.2

9.9

20.2

27.5

24.6

10.8

4.1

0.7

0.1

1,627

148

0.0

0.1

0.7

11.2

46.0

36.4

5.6

1,627

4.1

0.7

European History

0.0

0.5

2.5

6.3

19.6

26.9

28.2

14.5

1.5

1,295

158

1.6

7.2

17.9

25.8

26.1

14.8

4.6

1.8

0.2

1,294

149

0.0

0.0

0.2

9.0

43.2

38.8

8.7

1,295

4.2

0.7

History & Philosophy of


Science & Technology

0.0

0.8

1.5

6.0

15.8

17.3

34.6

21.1

3.0

133

159

0.0

1.5

7.5

16.5

21.1

22.6

19.5

9.8

1.5

133

155

0.0

0.0

0.0

9.8

39.8

36.8

13.5

133

4.3

0.8

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
History, General

0.3

0.7

4.7

12.5

22.4

28.0

20.0

9.8

1.6

6,288

156

1.6

8.0

20.4

26.3

24.1

13.2

5.0

1.2

0.2

6,280

148

0.0

0.0

0.9

13.1

47.4

32.2

6.3

6,283

4.1

0.8

HistoryOther

0.2

0.4

3.5

11.5

22.9

29.3

21.1

9.7

1.4

945

156

1.6

9.7

22.5

26.9

23.9

9.8

5.0

0.7

0.0

943

148

0.0

0.0

0.4

14.9

45.6

33.6

5.5

944

4.1

0.8

28 PHILOSOPHY

0.1

0.5

1.9

5.7

12.3

24.7

29.0

20.8

5.1

3,245

160

0.4

2.8

9.1

18.8

25.1

22.1

14.2

6.0

1.6

3,247

153

0.0

0.1

0.6

8.7

37.9

40.3

12.4

3,241

4.3

0.8

All Philosophy Fields

0.1

0.4

2.3

5.1

13.1

26.3

28.4

18.8

5.4

894

159

0.3

3.1

9.8

19.7

25.5

20.0

14.2

5.8

1.5

894

153

0.0

0.0

0.7

10.2

40.5

37.1

11.5

894

4.3

0.8

Ethics

Logic

17

17

17

Philosophy

0.0

0.6

1.7

5.6

11.3

23.6

29.8

22.1

5.2

2,213

160

0.5

2.7

8.7

18.1

25.2

22.8

14.5

6.0

1.6

2,215

154

0.0

0.1

0.6

7.9

36.4

41.7

13.2

2,209

4.4

0.8

PhilosophyOther

0.0

0.0

0.9

9.8

21.4

33.0

20.5

12.5

1.8

112

158

0.0

1.8

13.4

25.9

24.1

21.4

11.6

1.8

0.0

112

152

0.0

0.0

0.9

8.0

45.5

41.1

4.5

112

4.2

0.7

29 ARTS &
HUMAN.OTHER

0.3

1.5

5.2

10.5

17.4

24.7

23.6

14.2

2.5

3,256

157

1.2

4.7

12.1

21.1

24.6

19.5

11.3

4.5

1.0

3,254

152

0.0

0.1

0.9

13.9

46.5

33.0

5.6

3,253

4.1

0.8

Classics

0.0

0.3

0.5

4.0

10.2

26.7

32.1

22.4

3.8

371

160

0.3

2.4

7.3

18.4

27.1

27.9

12.5

3.5

0.5

369

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

4.9

44.9

41.1

9.2

370

4.3

0.7

0.8

0.8

3.2

9.5

27.8

24.6

23.0

7.1

3.2

126

156

0.0

6.3

21.4

23.0

19.8

15.1

7.9

4.0

2.4

126

151

0.0

0.0

0.8

16.7

47.6

26.2

8.7

126

4.0

0.8

0.6

3.5

13.3

21.8

21.5

18.7

13.6

6.0

0.9

316

152

1.9

9.5

23.1

28.2

16.1

13.0

4.1

3.5

0.6

316

148

0.0

0.0

2.2

21.8

51.9

23.1

0.9

316

3.8

0.7

Humanities/ Humanistic
Studies
Liberal Arts & Scis./Liberal
Arts
Ling, Comp. & Rel. Lang.
Studies

17

17

17

Linguistics

0.4

1.5

4.7

9.2

17.2

25.1

23.9

15.1

2.9

1,908

157

1.1

3.6

9.5

18.8

25.8

20.2

14.1

5.8

1.2

1,909

153

0.0

0.2

0.8

13.6

46.1

33.8

5.4

1,906

4.1

0.8

Religious Studies

0.3

1.5

3.0

11.9

17.2

27.3

26.1

11.6

1.2

337

157

1.5

7.4

14.3

26.2

28.6

16.4

4.5

1.2

0.0

336

149

0.0

0.0

0.9

9.5

45.1

38.0

6.5

337

4.2

0.7

Arts & HumanitiesOther

0.0

1.7

10.5

14.4

19.3

23.8

16.6

12.7

1.1

181

155

2.8

7.7

19.3

27.6

18.8

13.8

7.2

1.7

1.1

181

149

0.0

0.0

1.7

23.2

47.0

23.8

4.4

181

3.8

0.8

30 EDUCATION
ADMIN.

1.6

6.5

17.9

27.5

24.0

14.5

6.4

1.6

0.0

865

149

2.2

10.6

19.7

28.0

23.5

9.1

5.3

1.6

0.0

865

148

0.0

0.1

2.5

28.8

46.6

20.3

1.6

865

3.7

0.8

Education Administration

3.0

6.0

15.6

25.2

25.5

17.9

5.0

2.0

0.0

302

149

2.0

7.6

15.9

24.8

28.5

9.9

8.3

3.0

0.0

302

149

0.0

0.3

1.7

33.1

40.4

22.8

1.7

302

3.7

0.8

Eduation. Leadership

0.9

6.8

19.1

28.6

23.2

12.8

7.2

1.4

0.0

556

149

2.3

12.2

21.6

29.7

20.9

8.6

3.8

0.9

0.0

556

147

0.0

0.0

3.1

26.6

49.8

18.9

1.6

556

3.7

0.8

Education Supervision

31 EDUC. CURRIC. &


INSTR.

0.3

3.8

12.7

30.3

23.6

18.5

9.6

1.3

0.0

314

151

1.3

7.0

20.1

28.3

21.0

15.9

4.5

1.9

0.0

314

149

0.0

0.0

1.6

20.1

56.9

19.2

2.2

313

3.8

0.7

Curriculum & Instruction

0.3

3.8

12.7

30.3

23.6

18.5

9.6

1.3

0.0

314

151

1.3

7.0

20.1

28.3

21.0

15.9

4.5

1.9

0.0

314

149

0.0

0.0

1.6

20.1

56.9

19.2

2.2

313

3.8

0.7

32 EDUCATION
EARLY CHILDHOOD

2.1

7.4

20.7

28.5

21.6

14.5

4.1

1.0

0.1

1,122

148

1.2

12.0

26.6

29.7

19.5

7.3

2.7

0.9

0.2

1,122

147

0.0

0.0

3.2

30.0

50.9

14.8

1.2

1,107

3.6

0.7

2.1

7.2

20.4

28.8

21.6

14.8

4.0

1.0

0.1

1,101

148

1.2

12.0

26.4

30.1

19.5

7.2

2.5

0.9

0.2

1,101

147

0.0

0.0

3.0

29.7

51.4

14.7

1.2

1,086

3.6

0.7

Early Childhood Education


& Teaching
Kindergarten/Preschool
Education & Teaching

21

21

21

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
33 EDUCATIONELEM.

1.0

4.5

15.8

27.4

26.0

17.0

6.4

1.7

0.1

2,994

150

1.0

6.7

22.0

31.6

24.9

10.5

2.8

0.3

0.1

2,993

148

0.1

0.1

2.2

22.3

54.0

19.8

1.5

2,905

3.7

0.7

Elem. Educ. & Teaching

1.0

4.5

15.8

27.3

26.0

17.1

6.5

1.7

0.1

2,991

150

1.0

6.8

22.0

31.6

24.9

10.5

2.8

0.3

0.1

2,990

148

0.1

0.1

2.2

22.3

54.0

19.8

1.5

2,902

3.7

0.7

3.8

0.7

Elem. Level Teaching


Fields
34 EDUCATIONEVAL.
& RESEARCH

3
0.6

3.7

13.6

26.2

26.7

19.2

7.7

2.0

0.3

151

1.1

8.2

22.4

28.3

23.1

11.2

4.1

1.3

0.3

Education Eval. & Research

0.0

1.1

11.1

14.4

23.3

20.0

23.3

5.6

1.1

90

154

0.0

6.7

6.7

11.1

24.4

30.0

13.3

5.6

2.2

Education Psychology

1.0

4.7

13.3

23.8

25.2

19.5

10.4

2.0

Education Stat. & Research


Methods

0.2

922

151

1.3

9.3

19.7

22.6

20.7

13.0

9.1

3.4

2.0

10.2

8.2

24.5

14.3

16.3

12.2

8.2

4.1

49

152

10

0.0

0.0

4.1

12.2

8.2

16.3

34.7

16.3

Education Assessment,
Testing & Measurement

4,780

3
148

0.0

0.0

1.5

20.3

54.6

21.9

1.7

90

154

0.0

0.0

3.4

14.6

43.8

33.7

4.5

89

4.0

0.8

0.9

922

149

0.0

0.1

2.9

23.5

49.0

22.5

1.9

924

3.8

0.8

8.2

49

159

0.0

0.0

4.1

32.7

34.7

24.5

4.1

49

3.7

0.9

3.8

0.7

14

4,780

14

4,772
14

Elem. & Sec. Research

Higher Education Research

16

16

16

Learning Sciences

23

23

23

School Psychology

0.4

3.4

13.9

27.4

27.6

19.1

35 EDUCATION
HIGHER

0.8

3.1

12.3

23.9

26.4

22.1

Education Policy

0.3

0.3

7.6

14.2

22.9

26.6

Higher Education

0.8

3.3

14.9

26.2

28.5

18.7

Higher Education Admin.

1.0

3.5

11.2

23.9

25.3

36 EDUCATION
SECONDARY

0.3

1.6

7.2

17.0

Sec. Education & Teaching

0.3

1.6

7.3

Sec. level Teaching Fields

0.0

1.5

3.0

1.4

4.8

2.7

6.8

37 EDUCATION
SPECIAL
Education of Students with
Specific Disabilities
Education of Students with
Specific Learning
Disabilities
Education of the Gifted &
Talented

6.4

1.7

0.2

3,666

150

1.1

8.2

23.8

9.0

2.4

0.2

3,719

151

1.1

7.0

19.5

27.6

25.5

13.1

4.4

18.9

9.2

0.0

380

155

0.0

4.5

8.4

20.5

26.1

20.0

12.4

6.3

1.3

0.1

1,507

150

1.1

6.7

21.2

29.5

25.7

11.4

3.2

23.9

9.1

1.9

0.3

1,832

151

1.3

7.7

20.5

27.5

25.2

13.2

24.6

27.2

15.5

5.8

0.8

3,279

154

0.5

4.4

13.9

23.1

25.9

16.9

24.6

27.2

15.4

5.8

0.8

3,213

154

0.5

4.5

14.0

23.1

18.2

27.3

28.8

16.7

4.5

0.0

66

155

0.0

1.5

10.6

19.7

18.8

28.6

25.2

14.4

5.1

1.6

0.1

1,868

149

1.7

11.1

26.4

8.2

27.4

24.7

20.5

6.8

2.7

0.0

73

151

0.0

11.0

27.4

23.9

10.0

2.0

0.3

0.0

3,666

1.2

0.5

3,719

149

0.0

0.0

1.1

17.4

51.8

5.3

2.9

380

153

0.0

0.0

0.8

15.3

42.7

0.8

0.4

1,507

148

0.0

0.0

1.1

19.9

52.9

3.8

0.7

0.1

1,832

148

0.0

0.0

1.2

15.7

18.9

10.1

2.6

0.6

3,277

151

0.0

0.0

0.9

25.8

18.8

10.0

2.6

0.6

3,211

151

0.0

0.0

31.8

21.2

13.6

1.5

0.0

66

152

0.0

0.0

29.4

21.2

7.6

2.3

0.3

0.0

1,866

147

0.0

27.4

20.5

5.5

5.5

2.7

0.0

73

147

0.0

1
0.0

2.8

8.3

19.4

25.0

30.6

2.8

11.1

0.0

36

1.1

4.5

19.1

29.3

25.4

14.1

5.1

1.3

0.1

1,341

147

0.0

0.0

1.1

19.6

56.8

21.1

1.4

3,657

26.9

2.8

3,715

3.9

0.7

34.8

6.3

379

4.1

0.8

23.7

2.3

1,504

3.8

0.7

52.8

27.8

2.5

1,832

3.9

0.7

14.8

50.4

29.4

4.5

3,272

4.0

0.7

0.9

14.8

50.3

29.5

4.5

3,206

4.0

0.7

0.0

16.7

56.1

25.8

1.5

66

3.9

0.6

0.3

2.0

25.8

52.4

18.6

0.9

1,851

3.7

0.7

2.7

1.4

24.7

45.2

26.0

0.0

73

3.6

0.8

3.8

0.8

3.7

0.7

1
154

2.8

5.6

19.4

25.0

25.0

11.1

8.3

2.8

0.0

Remedial Education
Special Educ. & Teaching

30.6

36

1
149

0.0

0.0

2.8

22.2

41.7

33.3

0.0

3
149

1.5

10.9

27.0

29.8

20.9

7.8

2.0

0.1

0.0

1,341

36
3

147

0.0

0.2

2.0

26.0

53.3

17.5

1.1

1,329

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Special EducationOther

2.4

5.3

20.8

27.3

25.1

13.0

4.8

1.2

0.0

414

149

2.7

12.4

24.8

29.4

22.1

6.8

1.9

0.0

0.0

412

146

0.0

0.5

2.2

25.7

51.6

19.6

0.5

409

3.7

0.7

38 EDUC.STUDENT
COUNS./PERS. SVCS.

1.8

6.3

18.7

29.8

24.3

14.1

4.0

1.1

0.0

3,419

149

2.5

14.0

28.0

28.1

18.6

6.6

1.9

0.4

0.0

3,415

146

0.0

0.1

3.2

26.8

52.7

16.2

1.1

3,413

3.6

0.7

College Student Counseling


& Pers. Services

3.0

3.4

20.5

24.6

22.2

19.2

5.1

2.0

0.0

297

149

2.7

17.6

22.3

26.7

17.6

8.4

3.7

1.0

0.0

296

146

0.0

0.3

4.7

21.9

53.9

17.8

1.3

297

3.7

0.8

Counselor Education

3.1

8.1

17.2

28.6

22.6

13.6

5.1

1.6

0.0

447

148

2.9

14.5

26.6

25.3

20.8

6.7

2.5

0.7

0.0

447

146

0.0

0.0

5.2

29.8

47.4

17.6

0.0

443

3.6

0.8

1.4

6.2

18.5

30.5

24.9

13.9

3.6

0.9

0.0

2,518

149

2.1

13.4

28.9

28.8

18.4

6.4

1.6

0.2

0.0

2,515

146

0.0

0.2

2.6

26.4

53.8

15.9

1.2

2,516

3.6

0.7

2.5

7.6

21.7

31.8

22.9

8.9

4.5

0.0

0.0

157

148

5.7

15.3

28.0

26.8

17.2

5.7

1.3

0.0

0.0

157

145

0.0

0.0

3.8

34.4

47.1

13.4

1.3

157

3.5

0.8

39 EDUCATION
OTHER

1.1

4.3

13.7

21.9

23.5

18.8

11.7

4.4

0.5

4,429

152

1.0

5.2

14.5

23.4

22.2

15.6

11.7

5.3

1.0

4,428

151

0.0

0.2

2.7

28.6

44.8

20.7

3.0

4,419

3.7

0.8

Adult & Cont. Education

2.0

8.0

14.0

16.0

32.0

22.0

6.0

0.0

0.0

50

150

0.0

6.0

20.0

26.0

12.0

26.0

6.0

4.0

0.0

50

150

2.0

0.0

8.0

30.0

54.0

6.0

0.0

50

3.4

0.9

Agricultural Education

0.0

5.1

15.3

36.9

28.0

12.1

2.5

0.0

0.0

157

149

1.3

7.0

21.7

44.6

19.7

2.5

3.2

0.0

0.0

157

147

0.0

0.6

0.6

28.2

57.1

12.8

0.6

156

3.6

0.6

School Counseling &


Guidance Services
Student Counseling &
Personnel ServicesOther

Bilingual, Multilingual &


Multicultural Education

Education, General

0.9

2.5

9.0

18.0

24.5

21.8

15.8

6.7

0.8

2,007

153

0.8

3.2

10.8

20.0

23.0

18.7

14.9

7.0

1.6

2,007

153

0.0

0.1

1.6

24.4

42.3

27.6

3.9

2,002

3.9

0.8

Education Media

3.2

9.7

19.4

19.4

14.5

17.7

11.3

4.8

0.0

62

150

0.0

6.5

19.4

22.6

11.3

19.4

14.5

6.5

0.0

62

152

0.0

0.0

9.7

35.5

35.5

12.9

6.5

62

3.6

1.0

Junior High/Middle School


Education & Teaching

0.6

2.2

13.3

24.9

26.9

20.4

7.3

4.1

0.2

465

151

0.6

4.9

18.1

29.2

24.9

14.8

4.5

2.6

0.2

465

149

0.0

0.0

1.1

21.6

57.1

16.8

3.4

464

3.8

0.7

Outdoor Education

0.0

2.3

4.7

11.6

23.3

32.6

14.0

9.3

2.3

43

155

0.0

2.3

11.6

18.6

44.2

18.6

4.7

0.0

0.0

43

151

0.0

0.0

2.3

14.0

60.5

23.3

0.0

43

3.9

0.6

Physical Education

3.9

11.2

28.8

34.7

15.6

4.6

1.3

0.0

0.0

545

145

3.1

12.7

28.1

31.2

17.6

4.8

1.3

1.3

0.0

545

146

0.2

0.7

7.0

41.3

44.6

6.1

0.2

545

3.3

0.7

15

Pre-Elementary Education
Social & Philosophical
Foundations of Education
Teaching English as a
Second or Foreign Lang.

15

14

0.0

2.6

2.6

10.3

10.3

41.0

25.6

7.7

0.0

39

157

0.0

2.6

12.8

20.5

25.6

20.5

15.4

2.6

0.0

39

152

0.0

0.0

0.0

10.3

41.0

46.2

2.6

39

4.2

0.7

0.5

5.5

17.6

19.1

23.5

18.0

11.4

3.4

0.9

561

151

0.7

4.5

8.9

15.9

21.1

18.4

21.1

7.7

1.8

560

154

0.0

0.0

3.2

42.6

39.2

12.8

2.1

561

3.5

0.7

18

Voc./Tech. Education

18

18

EducationOther

0.0

3.0

11.6

22.0

25.4

21.3

14.0

2.6

0.0

464

152

0.6

5.8

14.4

25.0

24.8

14.9

9.5

4.7

0.2

464

151

0.0

0.0

2.2

23.6

45.0

24.9

4.3

462

3.8

0.8

40 ACCOUNTING

2.7

6.4

17.4

26.6

24.6

15.3

5.3

1.5

0.1

1,749

149

0.9

3.1

12.3

23.4

27.0

16.0

9.9

5.3

2.1

1,751

152

0.1

0.8

4.9

35.9

45.9

11.6

0.7

1,726

3.4

0.8

Accounting

2.8

6.3

17.6

26.4

24.7

15.2

5.3

1.6

0.1

1,707

149

0.8

3.2

12.5

23.6

27.0

16.0

10.1

4.9

2.0

1,709

152

0.1

0.8

5.0

35.4

46.4

11.5

0.7

1,685

3.4

0.8

Taxation

0.0

7.9

5.3

36.8

26.3

18.4

5.3

0.0

0.0

38

150

2.6

2.6

7.9

15.8

26.3

13.2

5.3

23.7

2.6

38

155

0.0

0.0

0.0

55.3

26.3

18.4

0.0

38

3.4

0.7

41 BANKING &
FINANCE

1.7

4.8

12.9

22.3

27.0

20.2

8.4

2.5

0.2

5,019

151

0.3

1.4

3.0

6.8

10.9

13.6

20.5

28.1

15.5

5,025

161

0.1

0.4

3.5

44.7

40.7

9.8

0.9

4,984

3.4

0.7

Auditing

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Banking & Financial


Support Services

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Verbal Reasoning
Intended
Graduate Major

0.0

7.3

10.9

29.1

32.7

16.4

3.6

0.0

0.0

55

149

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.6

1.8

16.4

32.7

36.4

9.1

55

163

0.0

0.0

5.5

69.1

25.5

0.0

0.0

55

3.0

0.4

Credit Management

Finance

1.8

4.6

12.8

22.2

27.0

20.4

8.5

2.5

0.2

4,692

151

0.3

1.4

3.1

6.6

11.2

13.4

20.2

28.2

15.6

4,697

161

0.1

0.4

3.4

44.4

40.8

10.0

0.9

4,658

3.4

0.7

Financial Planning & Svcs.

0.0

7.0

14.0

16.3

25.6

27.9

9.3

0.0

0.0

43

151

0.0

0.0

4.7

18.6

11.6

7.0

18.6

30.2

9.3

43

159

0.0

0.0

4.7

37.2

48.8

9.3

0.0

43

3.4

0.7

International Finance

1.0

7.1

16.2

22.2

25.3

16.2

7.6

4.0

0.5

198

150

0.0

1.5

1.5

8.5

6.5

20.6

22.1

25.1

14.1

199

161

0.5

0.0

5.1

45.2

40.6

7.1

1.5

197

3.4

0.7

Investments & Securities

3.8

11.5

3.8

26.9

26.9

19.2

7.7

0.0

0.0

26

149

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.8

11.5

7.7

42.3

19.2

15.4

26

162

0.0

0.0

3.8

38.5

50.0

7.7

0.0

26

3.4

0.6

42 BUS. ADMIN. &


MGMT.

1.9

6.0

16.1

24.7

25.0

16.9

6.9

2.3

0.2

13,472

150

1.1

6.1

15.1

23.8

23.9

16.0

8.5

4.6

1.1

13,559

151

0.1

0.3

3.8

30.6

47.6

16.1

1.7

13,384

3.6

0.8

Business Admin. & Mgmt.

1.6

5.2

14.0

23.4

25.7

18.4

8.3

3.1

0.3

7,729

151

0.9

5.8

14.4

23.7

24.9

16.7

8.6

4.1

0.9

7,812

151

0.1

0.3

3.2

27.1

49.0

18.0

2.2

7,669

3.7

0.8

Business Operations

2.7

1.4

12.3

24.7

15.1

24.7

11.0

8.2

0.0

73

152

1.4

4.1

12.3

12.3

21.9

19.2

13.7

11.0

4.1

73

154

0.0

1.4

8.2

27.4

34.2

28.8

0.0

73

3.6

1.0

Construction Management

3.9

12.6

24.6

24.5

21.2

9.6

3.0

0.7

0.0

699

146

0.6

2.9

6.4

16.6

21.6

20.6

16.5

10.7

4.1

699

155

0.0

0.7

8.5

57.3

29.6

3.9

0.0

693

3.1

0.7

E-Commerce

4.8

9.6

26.5

27.7

25.3

4.8

1.2

0.0

0.0

83

146

0.0

0.0

1.2

2.4

4.8

10.8

30.1

41.0

9.6

83

163

0.0

0.0

8.4

71.1

18.1

2.4

0.0

83

3.0

0.5

Entrepreneurship

0.0

4.5

14.4

28.8

28.0

17.4

6.1

0.8

0.0

132

150

0.8

3.0

13.6

25.0

28.8

20.5

5.3

0.8

2.3

132

151

0.0

0.8

3.1

25.6

50.4

18.6

1.6

129

3.6

0.8

Health Care Administration

1.8

5.5

18.3

26.1

25.5

16.3

5.1

1.4

0.1

1,406

149

1.2

8.5

19.2

26.0

27.3

13.2

4.0

0.4

0.1

1,406

148

0.0

0.1

3.9

27.3

51.1

16.2

1.3

1,398

3.6

0.8

Hospitality Admin./Mgmt.

1.5

6.0

19.9

26.2

22.8

20.6

2.6

0.4

0.0

267

149

1.5

5.6

13.1

24.0

19.5

19.5

12.0

4.1

0.7

267

151

0.0

0.0

3.0

36.8

48.1

10.5

1.5

266

3.5

0.7

Human Resource Dev.

3.2

4.3

21.3

21.3

31.9

17.0

1.1

0.0

0.0

94

149

2.1

11.7

26.6

25.5

21.3

8.5

3.2

1.1

0.0

94

147

0.0

0.0

5.4

31.2

44.1

19.4

0.0

93

3.6

0.8

Human Resources Mgmt.

1.5

5.9

16.2

29.4

26.8

14.2

5.3

0.7

0.0

1,075

149

1.8

7.5

18.9

27.8

21.9

14.0

4.8

2.6

0.7

1,075

149

0.1

0.1

2.8

27.7

52.8

16.0

0.6

1,071

3.6

0.7

0.0

3.3

21.3

24.6

18.0

23.0

9.8

0.0

0.0

61

151

0.0

8.2

13.1

29.5

21.3

11.5

9.8

3.3

3.3

61

150

0.0

0.0

1.6

36.1

44.3

18.0

0.0

61

3.6

0.7

1.5

8.1

23.5

25.8

22.7

13.5

3.1

1.9

0.0

260

148

0.8

3.8

5.4

15.4

16.2

13.8

21.5

19.2

3.8

260

156

0.0

0.4

6.5

52.3

35.0

5.4

0.4

260

3.2

0.7

4.0

16.0

12.0

28.0

12.0

20.0

8.0

0.0

0.0

25

148

0.0

0.0

8.0

12.0

4.0

28.0

24.0

20.0

4.0

25

157

0.0

0.0

12.0

48.0

36.0

0.0

4.0

25

3.1

0.8

Operations Management

3.7

4.7

16.8

17.8

27.1

23.4

2.8

3.7

0.0

107

150

1.9

4.7

13.1

18.7

20.6

13.1

10.3

15.0

2.8

107

153

0.0

0.9

3.7

34.6

51.4

9.3

0.0

107

3.5

0.7

Organizational Leadership

0.8

7.1

17.5

24.6

21.4

17.5

8.7

2.4

0.0

126

150

2.4

10.3

26.2

30.2

19.0

9.5

2.4

0.0

0.0

126

147

0.0

0.0

2.4

25.4

53.2

16.7

2.4

126

3.7

0.7

Organizational
Management

2.2

10.0

7.8

25.6

20.0

13.3

15.6

4.4

1.1

90

151

3.3

10.0

12.2

24.4

23.3

17.8

6.7

2.2

0.0

90

150

0.0

0.0

7.8

25.6

40.0

21.1

5.6

90

3.6

1.0

Project Management

2.3

7.6

26.3

24.0

22.8

12.9

2.9

1.2

0.0

171

148

0.0

3.5

10.5

12.9

16.4

18.7

19.9

15.8

2.3

171

155

0.0

0.0

4.7

55.3

31.2

8.8

0.0

170

3.2

0.7

3.4

0.7

Labor & Industrial


Relations
Logistics & Supply Chain
Management
Manufacturing & Tech.
Management

12

Small Business Operations


Sport & Fitness
Admin./Mgmt.

4.7

9.3

21.7

37.2

14.0

10.9

2.3

0.0

0.0

129

12
146

3.1

3.9

28.7

34.1

20.9

7.8

0.0

1.6

0.0

129

12
147

0.0

0.0

3.9

38.0

46.5

11.6

0.0

129

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Telecommunications Mgmt.

2.3

11.6

30.2

29.1

17.4

8.1

1.2

0.0

0.0

86

146

0.0

1.2

11.6

16.3

17.4

23.3

17.4

12.8

0.0

86

155

0.0

0.0

4.7

52.3

36.0

4.7

2.3

86

3.2

0.7

Business Admin. &


ManagementOther

2.5

6.6

16.6

26.4

24.3

15.0

7.2

1.3

0.0

847

149

1.2

8.0

19.3

28.1

22.8

13.7

4.9

1.9

0.1

851

149

0.4

0.1

3.8

29.1

48.6

16.6

1.4

843

3.6

0.8

43 BUSINESS OTHER

2.0

6.4

18.4

26.2

23.8

15.4

5.8

1.8

0.2

10,832

149

0.8

5.1

12.9

19.8

20.4

16.5

12.3

9.3

2.9

10,850

153

0.1

0.2

3.9

37.4

43.6

13.5

1.2

10,777

3.5

0.8

Actuarial ScienceBusiness

1.0

5.2

11.3

25.8

33.0

15.5

6.2

2.1

0.0

97

150

0.0

1.0

1.0

3.1

11.3

15.5

29.9

25.8

12.4

97

162

0.0

0.0

9.4

33.3

46.9

10.4

0.0

96

3.4

0.8

Business/Corporate
Communications

0.7

4.8

14.6

25.8

27.7

18.3

6.3

1.5

0.2

458

150

1.7

11.6

24.5

26.6

19.9

8.3

5.0

2.4

0.0

458

147

0.2

0.2

1.5

26.6

47.4

21.8

2.2

458

3.7

0.8

Business/Managerial Econ.

2.9

4.0

13.3

16.2

25.2

24.8

10.3

3.2

0.2

556

152

0.2

1.6

3.4

11.9

18.7

24.2

20.8

14.0

5.3

563

157

0.0

0.2

5.4

31.8

46.8

14.2

1.6

551

3.6

0.8

Business Statistics

1.7

7.2

18.6

22.0

27.5

16.5

5.2

1.4

0.0

291

149

0.0

0.3

0.0

2.4

6.9

17.2

27.5

36.4

9.3

291

163

0.0

0.0

5.2

54.6

29.6

9.3

1.4

291

3.3

0.7

3.0

0.5

19

Consulting
Insurance

1.4

7.2

30.4

15.9

31.9

10.1

2.9

International Business

2.1

4.6

14.3

26.5

21.6

20.6

8.9

Leadership

0.0

12.0

12.0

24.0

20.0

28.0

4.0

Management Information
Systems

3.1

9.3

24.2

25.3

21.7

11.6

3.9

Management Science

1.9

5.2

7.8

15.9

25.0

21.8

Marketing

1.7

4.2

15.2

28.9

25.9

Mktng. Mgmt. & Research

2.9

6.8

15.0

18.4

Public PolicyBusiness

0.0

1.6

7.4

Real Estate

3.3

4.3

Risk Management

0.0

7.1

0.0

19

0.0

69

148

0.0

1.3

0.1

767

150

0.8

0.0

0.0

25

150

0.0

0.9

0.0

2,450

147

0.8

13.6

7.8

1.0

308

153

17.0

5.4

1.6

0.1

1,774

150

26.1

18.8

7.2

4.8

0.0

207

12.9

18.8

26.2

21.1

10.9

1.2

14.1

31.5

22.8

16.3

6.5

1.1

16.5

32.9

24.7

14.1

4.7

0.0

0.0

2.9

0.0

0.0

1.4

20.3

6.9

15.4

21.3

25.7

16.4

8.5

4.0

20.0

8.0

40.0

20.0

8.0

2.5

6.2

13.6

18.7

23.5

18.7

0.0

1.6

3.9

6.8

16.8

18.1

0.7

5.4

17.2

26.3

23.9

150

1.0

5.8

11.5

18.8

256

156

0.8

3.1

8.5

0.0

92

149

2.2

1.1

0.0

85

149

0.0

3.5

52.2

23.2

69

4.2

0.9

767

151

0.3

0.5

3.3

33.0

45.0

0.0

0.0

25

151

0.0

0.0

4.0

24.0

44.0

12.6

3.4

2,450

156

0.0

0.2

5.2

53.5

35.1

25.6

19.7

7.4

309

159

0.0

0.3

4.6

29.7

14.4

6.9

4.3

0.8

1,777

150

0.1

0.2

3.0

20.2

17.3

16.3

6.7

2.4

208

153

0.0

0.0

13.9

20.5

22.8

18.1

10.0

2.3

259

155

0.0

7.6

21.7

17.4

17.4

15.2

14.1

3.3

92

155

3.5

10.6

12.9

14.1

11.8

27.1

16.5

85

160

Merchandizing

166

0.0

1.4

5.8

69.6

21.7

1.4

0.0

69

16.2

1.7

755

3.6

0.8

28.0

0.0

25

3.7

0.8

5.7

0.3

2,439

3.2

0.7

38.3

23.8

3.3

303

3.7

0.9

30.0

48.0

17.6

1.1

1,762

3.6

0.8

5.3

32.9

47.3

14.5

0.0

207

3.5

0.7

0.0

1.2

18.8

40.2

32.0

7.8

256

4.0

0.8

0.0

0.0

2.2

41.1

45.6

11.1

0.0

90

3.4

0.6

0.0

0.0

1.2

54.8

35.7

6.0

2.4

84

3.3

0.7

Sales

19

Sports Management

1.9

7.8

22.8

33.3

22.4

10.0

1.6

0.2

0.0

2,324

147

1.2

9.1

22.4

29.7

23.8

10.8

2.3

0.5

0.1

2,324

148

0.0

0.2

3.2

31.8

51.3

12.7

0.8

2,319

3.5

0.7

Statistics & Oper. Research

2.0

3.7

16.7

19.1

28.0

16.7

11.4

2.0

0.4

246

151

0.0

0.4

0.8

3.7

5.7

10.2

25.2

38.6

15.4

246

163

0.0

0.0

2.4

42.7

43.5

10.6

0.8

246

3.4

0.7

16

Strategy

16

16

Supply Chain Management

2.7

7.1

20.5

19.6

24.1

20.5

5.4

0.0

0.0

112

149

0.0

3.6

8.9

20.5

15.2

22.3

16.1

12.5

0.9

112

154

0.0

0.0

5.4

40.2

44.6

7.1

2.7

112

3.4

0.7

Transportation

1.5

10.4

18.7

32.8

23.1

5.2

3.7

3.0

1.5

134

148

0.0

2.2

1.5

3.7

4.5

9.0

28.4

34.3

16.4

134

163

0.0

0.0

7.5

66.4

21.6

3.7

0.7

134

3.1

0.6

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
BusinessOther

1.3

3.9

12.5

22.5

24.5

21.3

9.7

3.7

0.4

534

151

1.7

4.1

13.2

22.9

23.8

16.4

11.2

5.0

1.7

537

152

0.2

0.4

3.9

25.0

46.3

22.0

2.3

533

3.7

0.8

44 ARCH. & ENVIRON.


DESIGN

1.6

6.9

17.0

24.0

23.1

17.0

7.5

2.7

0.3

10,938

150

0.4

2.4

8.4

17.2

22.5

20.7

16.4

9.6

2.4

10,951

154

0.0

0.3

5.7

41.5

39.5

12.2

0.9

10,918

3.4

0.8

Arch. Hist. & Criticism

0.0

0.0

5.9

14.7

17.6

32.4

14.7

14.7

0.0

34

156

0.0

2.9

0.0

29.4

32.4

23.5

8.8

0.0

2.9

34

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

26.5

38.2

32.4

2.9

34

4.0

0.7

23

Arch. Scis. & Tech.

23

23

Architecture

1.5

6.7

16.3

24.2

23.8

17.3

7.4

2.5

0.2

8,453

150

0.4

2.3

8.4

16.9

22.9

21.0

16.3

9.4

2.4

8,464

154

0.0

0.3

5.1

41.0

40.3

12.4

0.9

8,433

3.4

0.8

City, Urban, Comm, & Reg.


Planning

3.3

9.8

16.4

14.8

19.7

11.5

21.3

1.6

1.6

61

151

0.0

1.6

6.6

16.4

13.1

26.2

16.4

16.4

3.3

61

157

0.0

1.7

5.0

35.0

40.0

16.7

1.7

60

3.5

0.9

Environmental Design

3.2

6.5

15.1

23.7

22.6

21.5

4.3

3.2

0.0

93

150

1.1

1.1

14.0

21.5

23.7

26.9

10.8

1.1

0.0

93

152

0.0

0.0

8.6

25.8

48.4

16.1

1.1

93

3.5

0.8

Interior Architecture

4.5

11.3

16.5

29.3

21.8

8.3

6.8

1.5

0.0

133

147

2.2

3.0

15.7

29.9

22.4

15.7

9.7

0.0

1.5

134

150

0.0

0.8

8.3

36.8

44.4

9.8

0.0

133

3.3

0.8

Landscape Architecture

2.6

9.7

22.9

24.8

17.0

13.9

6.1

2.8

0.2

835

148

0.5

2.4

6.1

14.5

16.6

18.4

22.8

15.0

3.7

835

156

0.0

0.1

9.8

53.5

26.5

9.7

0.4

835

3.2

0.8

Real Estate Development

0.0

5.3

14.2

19.5

21.2

24.8

10.6

4.4

0.0

113

152

0.0

0.9

11.5

23.0

18.6

31.0

8.8

2.7

3.5

113

153

0.0

0.0

1.8

28.3

54.0

14.2

1.8

113

3.6

0.7

Urban Design

1.7

6.7

18.7

17.0

19.5

18.5

11.9

4.8

1.2

481

151

0.2

1.5

5.0

11.6

20.0

19.8

21.4

17.7

2.9

481

157

0.0

0.0

7.7

42.0

33.1

16.0

1.2

481

3.4

0.9

1.4

5.9

17.7

25.8

25.0

15.2

6.2

2.4

0.4

712

150

0.6

3.9

11.2

22.7

27.9

18.2

10.1

4.6

0.7

713

152

0.0

0.3

6.5

38.7

44.9

9.1

0.6

713

3.4

0.7

1.6

5.3

14.6

22.9

25.4

19.0

8.7

2.3

0.2

11,178

150

2.0

10.2

20.2

23.5

19.3

11.8

8.3

3.9

0.8

11,176

149

0.0

0.2

2.8

28.6

45.0

20.9

2.4

11,163

3.7

0.8

Advertising

1.5

5.8

16.2

25.0

28.4

16.9

5.6

0.7

0.0

712

149

0.4

4.1

13.4

22.6

19.8

17.4

15.2

5.8

1.3

711

152

0.0

0.0

2.7

40.7

40.9

15.0

0.7

706

3.5

0.7

Commun. & Media Studies

1.1

5.0

12.5

23.5

25.8

18.6

10.3

3.0

0.3

3,038

151

1.7

8.6

19.2

23.3

20.6

12.2

9.0

4.6

0.7

3,037

150

0.0

0.1

2.9

27.1

44.0

22.8

3.1

3,039

3.7

0.8

Commun. Technologies

5.8

17.4

20.3

11.6

21.7

14.5

8.7

0.0

0.0

69

147

0.0

5.8

13.0

21.7

17.4

24.6

10.1

5.8

1.4

69

152

0.0

0.0

15.9

40.6

31.9

10.1

1.4

69

3.1

0.9

Journalism

1.0

3.7

11.1

16.7

24.2

25.4

13.0

4.2

0.6

1,931

153

1.6

8.2

19.1

23.8

21.2

13.8

8.1

3.6

0.7

1,931

150

0.0

0.1

1.5

22.8

45.4

27.2

3.0

1,929

3.9

0.8

Mass Communications

3.7

9.0

19.4

26.3

22.7

14.2

3.8

0.8

0.1

1,652

148

4.0

16.8

23.7

22.8

14.6

9.6

5.9

1.9

0.7

1,652

147

0.0

0.9

5.5

32.7

43.9

15.2

1.9

1,650

3.5

0.8

Public Relations

2.3

4.6

16.8

28.4

26.2

15.6

5.1

1.0

0.0

1,152

149

2.1

10.9

22.0

23.7

18.0

9.6

8.3

4.2

1.1

1,152

149

0.0

0.0

1.6

33.2

48.0

15.7

1.6

1,149

3.6

0.7

Publishing

0.0

1.2

4.2

4.2

19.3

30.7

30.7

9.0

0.6

166

157

1.2

2.4

14.5

29.5

28.3

18.7

5.4

0.0

0.0

166

150

0.0

0.0

0.6

7.8

41.6

42.2

7.8

166

4.3

0.7

Radio, TV, and Digital


Communicaton

0.0

23.1

23.1

26.9

15.4

3.8

3.8

0.0

3.8

26

146

3.8

0.0

3.8

19.2

15.4

23.1

23.1

11.5

0.0

26

155

0.0

0.0

7.7

50.0

26.9

11.5

3.8

26

3.4

0.8

Speech Communication

1.2

3.5

14.3

23.0

26.3

22.6

8.1

1.2

0.0

434

151

1.8

14.3

22.8

27.6

22.1

8.3

2.8

0.2

0.0

434

147

0.0

0.0

1.2

22.8

47.7

24.7

3.7

434

3.8

0.8

1.0

4.8

15.9

23.0

27.0

18.6

7.6

1.9

0.2

1,998

150

2.0

10.7

21.4

23.3

18.7

10.2

8.1

4.9

0.9

1,998

149

0.0

0.2

2.6

28.8

47.0

19.8

1.6

1,995

3.7

0.8

1.0

5.9

16.0

28.6

25.8

16.7

4.7

1.3

0.1

1,266

149

2.0

10.7

22.2

27.4

23.9

9.9

3.0

0.8

0.2

1,266

147

0.0

0.0

2.3

25.1

51.9

19.5

1.2

1,265

3.7

0.7

3.2

11.1

25.4

31.7

15.9

11.1

1.6

0.0

0.0

63

146

3.2

4.8

20.6

33.3

19.0

11.1

4.8

3.2

0.0

63

148

0.0

0.0

6.3

38.1

47.6

7.9

0.0

63

3.3

0.7

Arch. & Environ.


DesignOther
45 COMMUNICATIONS
& JOURNALISM

Communications &
JournalismOther
46 FAMILY &
CONSUMER SCIS.
Apparel & Textiles

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)

S.D.

1.6

0.0

0.0

123

146

1.6

30.9

32.5

21.1

8.9

4.1

0.8

0.0

0.0

123

143

0.0

0.0

2.4

43.9

44.7

8.1

0.8

123

3.4

0.7

Family Studies

0.7

5.8

18.1

30.7

23.1

15.9

4.7

1.1

0.0

277

149

2.5

9.4

25.3

31.4

22.7

7.9

0.7

0.0

0.0

277

146

0.0

0.0

2.2

26.0

49.5

20.2

2.2

277

3.7

0.7

15

7.3

13.8

S.D.

37.4

15

Family & Consumer Econ.

25.2

170

14.6

S.D.

0.0

Fam. & Consumer Sciences

170

Mean

5.5 & 6

4.5 &5

3.5 & 4

2.5 & 3

1.5 & 2

0.5 & 1

Analytical Writing
Mean

165-169

160-164

155-159

150-154

145-149

140-144

135-139

130-134

Quantitative Reasoning
Mean

165-169

160-164

155-159

150-154

145-149

140-144

135-139

130-134

Verbal Reasoning
Intended
Graduate Major

15

Foods, Nutrition &


Wellness Studies

13

13

13

Housing & Human


Environments

Human Development

0.5

3.0

11.9

26.1

30.5

20.4

5.8

1.7

0.2

658

151

1.2

7.8

19.5

27.7

27.8

11.7

3.6

0.6

0.2

658

148

0.0

0.0

0.8

18.4

55.8

24.0

1.1

658

3.8

0.7

Human Sciences

4.2

12.5

18.1

31.9

20.8

5.6

5.6

1.4

0.0

72

147

5.6

15.3

18.1

20.8

25.0

5.6

9.7

0.0

0.0

72

147

0.0

0.0

9.7

38.9

41.7

8.3

1.4

72

3.3

0.8

3.7

0.6

Work and Family Studies


Family & Consumer
Scis.Other
47 LIBRARY &
ARCHIVAL STUDIES

2.5

5.0

22.5

22.5

32.5

12.5

2.5

0.0

0.0

40

148

5.0

12.5

27.5

25.0

20.0

10.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

40

146

0.2

0.8

3.4

11.2

19.6

29.5

23.2

10.7

1.4

1,548

157

1.2

7.4

17.1

29.2

25.9

12.8

4.8

1.2

0.3

1,547

149

Archives/Archival Admin.

0.0

0.0

4.7

11.6

32.6

27.9

18.6

2.3

2.3

43

155

0.0

4.7

30.2

25.6

25.6

7.0

2.3

2.3

2.3

43

148

Library & Info. Science

0.2

0.9

3.4

11.3

19.6

29.7

22.4

11.0

1.5

1,369

157

1.2

7.5

17.3

29.5

24.9

13.0

5.1

1.2

0.3

1,368

149

0.0

0.0

3.7

10.3

15.4

27.2

33.1

10.3

0.0

136

157

1.5

6.6

11.8

27.2

36.0

12.5

2.9

1.5

0.0

136

1.0

4.2

12.3

20.6

24.2

22.8

11.0

3.6

0.4

3,801

152

1.8

8.9

20.7

23.3

21.7

11.5

7.2

4.2

0.6

3,801

Library & Archival


StudiesOther
48 PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
Community Organizaton &
Advocacy

13

0.0

0.0

2.6

17.9

0.0

0.0

149
149

64.1

0.0

1.2

14.5

49.9

0.0

0.0

25.6

46.5

0.0

0.0

1.3

14.0

49.9

0.0

0.0

0.7

16.9

0.0

0.2

2.3

25.2

15.4

0.0

39

31.1

3.2

1,548

4.0

0.7

23.3

4.7

43

3.9

0.7

31.7

3.1

1,369

4.0

0.7

51.5

27.2

3.7

136

4.0

0.8

47.7

22.1

2.6

3,793

3.8

0.8

13

13

1.0

4.3

12.3

20.6

24.2

22.7

11.0

3.6

0.4

3,788

152

1.8

9.0

20.7

23.3

21.6

11.6

7.2

4.2

0.6

3,788

149

0.0

0.2

2.3

25.2

47.6

22.1

2.5

3,780

3.8

0.8

0.4

0.4

3.5

9.2

18.9

26.0

25.1

13.9

2.5

1,786

157

0.9

5.2

14.1

21.5

27.7

19.5

8.7

2.2

0.2

1,784

151

0.0

0.0

0.7

9.8

43.0

38.2

8.3

1,785

4.2

0.8

0.0

2.5

2.5

22.5

22.5

15.0

20.0

15.0

0.0

40

155

0.0

2.5

12.5

15.0

32.5

17.5

17.5

0.0

2.5

40

153

0.0

0.0

0.0

15.0

32.5

42.5

10.0

40

4.3

0.8

0.0

1.4

2.8

6.5

18.1

21.4

28.4

17.7

3.7

215

159

0.5

4.2

14.4

22.3

29.8

15.8

10.2

2.8

0.0

215

151

0.0

0.0

1.4

12.1

43.3

34.4

8.8

215

4.1

0.8

Religion/Religious Studies

0.2

0.2

3.9

7.9

19.3

26.4

25.3

13.7

3.1

636

158

0.8

4.6

15.1

21.4

27.0

21.4

7.9

1.7

0.2

636

151

0.0

0.0

0.3

9.9

41.7

37.6

10.5

636

4.3

0.7

Theology & Religious


Vocations

0.9

0.0

4.3

12.2

22.0

23.8

22.6

13.1

1.2

328

156

0.9

7.0

12.8

23.5

29.4

13.5

10.1

2.8

0.0

327

150

0.0

0.0

0.9

12.2

48.5

32.9

5.5

328

4.1

0.8

Religion & TheologyOther

0.5

0.5

3.0

9.0

16.8

29.3

25.4

13.2

2.3

567

157

1.2

5.3

13.8

20.5

26.5

22.3

7.8

2.5

0.2

566

151

0.0

0.0

0.9

7.1

41.9

43.1

7.1

566

4.2

0.7

50 SOCIAL WORK

2.5

8.2

18.9

25.4

22.0

15.4

6.0

1.4

0.2

7,880

149

5.1

19.0

28.6

24.0

15.0

6.0

1.8

0.4

0.1

7,864

145

0.0

0.3

4.3

30.3

48.4

15.3

1.4

7,914

3.6

0.8

Social Work

2.5

8.2

19.0

25.4

22.0

15.5

5.9

1.4

0.2

7,664

149

5.1

19.0

28.7

24.0

14.9

6.0

1.8

0.4

0.1

7,649

145

0.0

0.2

4.4

30.2

48.6

15.2

1.3

7,698

3.6

0.8

Public Administration
49 RELIGION &
THEOLOGY
Ordained
Ministry/Rabbinate
Phil. & Religious Studies,
General

Youth Svcs/Administration

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."

Table 4 (Extended)
General Test Percentage Distribution of Scores Within Intended Graduate Major Field
Based on Seniors and Nonenrolled College Graduates
(Based on the performance of seniors and nonenrolled college graduates* who tested between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015)
Verbal Reasoning
140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

130-134

135-139

140-144

145-149

150-154

155-159

160-164

165-169

170

Mean

S.D.

0.5 & 1

1.5 & 2

2.5 & 3

3.5 & 4

4.5 &5

5.5 & 6

Mean

S.D.

Analytical Writing

135-139

Quantitative Reasoning

130-134

Intended
Graduate Major
Social WorkOther

3.3

8.1

17.5

25.6

22.3

13.7

8.1

0.9

0.5

211

149

7.6

18.6

24.3

22.9

19.0

5.2

1.4

1.0

0.0

210

145

0.0

1.4

2.8

33.6

41.7

17.5

2.8

211

3.6

0.9

OTHER FIELDS

2.8

7.8

16.9

23.0

22.9

16.6

7.5

2.3

0.2

102,034

149

1.4

7.4

16.3

22.9

22.1

14.8

9.1

4.7

1.2

102,088

150

0.0

0.5

5.9

31.5

45.1

15.6

1.4

101,831

3.5

0.8

Fire Protection

Homeland Security

1.5

6.9

14.3

22.2

24.6

15.3

12.3

3.0

0.0

203

151

3.9

12.8

22.7

24.1

23.6

9.4

3.4

0.0

0.0

203

147

0.5

0.0

4.4

25.6

43.8

23.6

2.0

203

3.7

0.9

Interdisciplinary Studies

1.6

4.2

15.6

23.4

21.5

18.9

11.2

3.1

0.5

572

151

1.7

11.4

24.7

24.8

18.5

11.4

5.1

2.1

0.3

572

148

0.0

0.0

2.4

26.9

50.2

19.4

1.0

572

3.7

0.7

Law

2.3

6.1

15.6

19.8

22.4

13.7

14.1

5.7

0.4

263

151

1.9

6.4

9.8

14.7

19.6

16.2

20.4

9.1

1.9

265

153

0.4

0.4

8.4

42.4

28.6

15.3

4.6

262

3.4

1.0

Legal Research &


Professional Studies

19

19

19

Military Technologies

Multidisciplinary Studies

0.0

2.5

11.1

25.9

30.9

12.3

12.3

3.7

1.2

81

152

0.0

6.2

22.2

27.2

23.5

9.9

6.2

3.7

1.2

81

150

0.0

0.0

1.2

27.2

48.1

21.0

2.5

81

3.7

0.7

Department Not Listed

2.8

7.8

16.9

23.0

22.9

16.6

7.5

2.3

0.2

100,888

149

1.4

7.3

16.3

22.9

22.2

14.9

9.2

4.8

1.2

100,940

150

0.0

0.5

5.9

31.5

45.1

15.6

1.4

100,686

3.5

0.8

*Limited to those who earned their college degrees up to two years prior to the test date. Note: This table does not include summary information on the approximately 400 test takers whose response to the department code question was invalid (misgrids, blanks, etc.) or the approximately 32,800 test takers whose
response was "Undecided."