A. Your undergraduate performance, measured by the Grade Point Average (GPA), GRE or GMAT test scores, and the subject you choose will influence how hard it is to get into the master’s program. In addition, graduate school admissions committees may require prospective students to have substantial extracurricular experiences related to their field of study. Besides, because there are actual seats in a classroom and several constraints set on faculty members, on-campus programs limit the number of students they can admit. However, considering online platforms do not limit how many students can access the program, schools can accept a more significant number of students if they choose to. Ultimately, several factors make a grad school hard or easy to get into.