South University, Savannah (View Other Campuses)
The South University Anesthesiologist Assistant Program requires applicants to submit scores for either the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) as part of the application for admission. Exams must be taken within five years of matriculation and results submitted directly to the AA Program Office.
GRE scores can be sent directly to South University using code 5157. MCAT scores can be printed from the MCAT website and submitted by the applicant. The program office must receive the official scores prior to admissions decisions or matriculation.
Entrance Examination scores are assessed in conjunction with the applicant’s complete application. The South University Anesthesiologist Assistant program typically considers applicants whose GRE scores are in the 55 percentile or higher range for both the Verbal and Quantitative sections. If the applicant takes the MCAT the typical score for an applicant is 25 or higher.