Doctor of Business Administration Peregrine Test Scores

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Based on student feedback, the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Admissions Committee now accepts the Peregrine Test as well as the GMAT and GRE. Any of these tests will fulfill your application requirement. Since the Peregrine is an assessment test designed to see how students naturally perform in given business fields, there really are no study materials available. This may seem a little unnerving, but know that it saves you study time, and the other applicants are all in the same boat! It is also a cheaper alternative to the GMAT/GRE and can be taken online from anywhere at any time.

Test Instructions and Registration

How to Apply to the Doctor of Business Administration Program

Peregrine Benefits to Students

  • Cost-effective ($36)
  • It can be taken online, from anywhere, at any time
  • Knowledge-based model eliminates study time
  • Results available to George Fox within 24 hours

Test Topics

The Peregrine Test is a practical, knowledge-based exam that evaluates students on the following topics:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Business Integration and Strategy
  • Economics (Macro and Micro)
  • Human Resources
  • Operations
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing
  • Research Techniques

Test Scores

The results from the Peregrine exam are relative, meaning they must be taken in context with all student results. The scores obtained on the exam do not correspond directly to a traditional 100-point grading scale commonly used in academics. Instead, the scores are relative. The table below can be used to help you to understand how your scores relate to the averages.

The Admissions Committee is looking for students to score in the average range or higher as they apply to the DBA program. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your score, please do not hesitate to reach out to our admissions counselor, Carlos Ordonez.

  • 80-100 - Very High
  • 70-79 - High
  • 60-69 - Above Average
  • 40-59 - Average
  • 30-39 - Below Average
  • 20-29 - Low
  • 0-19 - Very Low