Admission Requirements for Top 5 Schools
MIT Department of Chemical Engineering
“ChemE” undergraduate and graduate program has got a top ranking by US News & World Report’s. The Department's remarkable history is alive and still continues to make an impact in research labs, corporate and R&D sector around the world.
The application deadline for MIT is January 1, and the early action deadline is November1. Standardized Test
Scores for either the ACT
test are considered. Interview is also the part of the admission procedure.
SAT/ACT scores must be received by the Institute by February 15. For native English speakers the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT plus Writing with the writing test is preferred. In addition, two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2), and one in science preferably chemistry for chemical engineering major (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m) is essentially considered. For non-native English speakers either tests required for native English speakers or the TOEFL and two SAT Subject Tests, one in math (level 1 or 2) and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m) is considered. Because MIT is an English medium university, language proficiency is crucial.
So, the minimum scores for the TOEFL exam:
- IBT: 90 minimum; 100 recommended
- PBT: 577 minimum; 600 recommended
Along with the standardized scores and interview, on-line application form needs to be filled and submitted with personal details, field of interest, and educational history. Also, the scanned copies of academic transcripts and statement of objective is required for the admission.
The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is one of the world's leading science and technology research institutions. Caltech focuses on science and engineering. The application deadline for Chemical Engineering program at Caltech is January 1. Applicants are required to submit the application form
and supporting materials online prior to the deadline.
The supporting materials include SAT w/writing OR ACT w/writing, SAT Mathematics Level 2, 1 SAT Subject Test: Chemistry, TOEFL (for international students) and GRE (for graduate school) scores. In addition to a completed application form, applicants are required, where applicable, to submit several additional supporting documents such as Statement of purpose, Transcripts from schools or colleges attended and at least three letters of recommendation.
The University of California—Berkeley, often referred to as Cal, is situated overlooking the San Francisco Bay. The filing period for undergraduate
admission applications is November 1-30. The applicant
must submit scores from the following tests:
- The ACT Assessment plus Writing or the SAT Reasoning Test—the critical reading, writing, and mathematics scores on the SAT must be from the same sitting. If you take the ACT, you must report your scores on each section of the test as well as your composite score.
- Two SAT Subject Tests—these must be in two different areas, chosen from the following: English, history and social studies, mathematics (Level 2 only), science, or language other than English.
Also, the applicant must complete the high school courses in science and math with a good GPA.
For graduate level, Applicants are required to provide the following: evidence of superior performance in the last 2 years of undergraduate studies; test scores for the aptitude portion of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and 3 letters of recommendation from professors or colleagues familiar with the applicant's academic and professional aptitudes. International students whose native language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency by providing test scores from either the TOEFL or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). The minimum score for the TOEFL is at least a 570 on the paper-based test (PBT) or 68 on the (Internet-based test) iBT. You may also submit an IELTS
score of an overall Band score of 7 on a 9-point scale.
The undergrad application deadline for Stanford University is January 2. Standardized Test Scores for either the ACT / SAT or TOEFL test are considered. SAT/ACT scores must be received by the Institute by January1. It is most selective, with an acceptance rate of 6.6 percent. Along with standardized test scores, an application form and common application essay is considered of minimum 250 and maximum 650 words. The basic idea behind application essay as a part of admission procedure is to gauge the character and thoughts. Essay writing basically reflects the applicant’s voice.
The graduate application for admission requires Statement of Purpose, three recommendation letters, educational history and test results of GRE and TOEFL/IELTS. GRE - General Test results are required: both scores and percentages for each individual test.
The Chemical Engineering Program at the University of Minnesota is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. The Admissions at CEMS, department of Chemical Engineering and Material Sciences considers the entire application along with recommendations, statement(s), grades, test scores of GRE and TOEFL/IELTS or MELAB, and previous research