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MS in CS: The evaluation process for applications is extremely complex, taking into account all the materials submitted with the application. Grade point average (GPA), GRE scores, GRE subject test (optional, but recommended), TOEFL (for international students), letters of recommendation, and statement of purpose all play a role. First, the UCSD Graduate Admissions Office evaluates each application to determine whether or not their minimum standards for admission have been met. Then the CSE Department does a more thorough evaluation in a committee consisting of several faculty members. Sometimes the committee must draw on the experience of the faculty at-large to make an informed decision.
For MS (CS) acceptance rate <10%
There are no minimum GRE test scores required. As a guide, the average score of students who were admitted to the Ph.D. program in 2009, 718 (quantitative) and 493 (verbal) and in 2010, 783 (quantitative).