About GRE

The GRE stands for Graduate Record Exam. It is the standardised test used to get admissions in various graduate schools or business graduate schools in various English speaking countries, especially the United States. More than 100,000 graduate school applicants from approximately 160 countries take the GRE General Test at 700 test centers. 

Aspirants interested in pursuing a master's degree, specialised master's course, MS, MBA, MEM or doctoral degree can sit for the GRE Test. In addition to the GRE revised general test, there are seven GRE subject tests that evaluate candidates’ knowledge in their respective field. GRE test is conducted by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

Graduate Record Examination

The GRE General Test consists of questions that reflect your thinking skills that one has acquired over a long period of time. This is to test the student’s skills and thinking ability that is required to cope-up in today’s demanding graduate business schools and everyday life. The GRE is a computer based exam and paper-based where online testing is not available. It has a student-friendly structure in the following manner:

a) The test consists of general topics that are not related to a specific field or subject

b) The online test structure allows students to review their answers. Also, one can go back and change the answer if a student wishes to do so. 

There are three sections in the GRE exam i.e. 

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Quantitative Reasoning 
  • Analytical Writing

Now, we briefly look at the things that are tested in each of these sections:

Verbal Reasoning

This section tests students' ability to draw a conclusion based on the graphs, charts or the given data. It also consists of major or minor important points, summary of text and vocabulary usage. Test-taker gets two section each of the 20 questions to be answered in 30 minutes per section. 

Quantitative Reasoning

This section aims to measure the ability of a test-taker to analyze the given information and apply the basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. It also measures the skills to solve problems using mathematical models.

In case of a computer-based test, a test-taker will get a virtual calculator whereas in a paper-based exam calculators will be provided at the test centre. 

There are two sections in the Quantitative Reasoning in which a test-taker gets 35 minutes to answer 20 questions per section. 

Analytical Writing 

This section measures a test-taker's ability 

  • To make a decision and support your arguments with 
  • To think of complex ideas
  • To have a relevant and strong reasons to support your answers.

In this section a test-taker gets two tasks:

  • Analyze an Argument task
  • Analyze an Issue task

For each task a student gets 30 minutes to answer.

The GRE is a standardized computer adaptive test taken by students to apply for Masters or PhD program in the US and other countries. 

There are three sections in the GRE exam i.e. 

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Quantitative Reasoning 
  • Analytical Writing

Now, we briefly look at the things that are tested in each of these sections:

Verbal Reasoning

This section tests students' ability to draw a conclusion based on the graphs, charts or the given data. It also consists of major or minor important points, summary of text, understanding of words, sentences and texts. 

Quantitative Reasoning

This section aims to measure the ability of a test-taker to analyze the given information and apply the basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. It also measures the skills to solve problems using mathematical models.

In case of a computer-based test, a test-taker will get a virtual calculator whereas in a paper-based exam calculators will be provided at the test centre. 

Analytical Writing 

  • This section measures a test-taker's ability 
  • To deliver complex ideas clearly and effectively
  • To support ideas with strong reasons and examples
  • To control the elements of standard written English

There are two kind of GRE test. 

  • GRE General Test
    General GRE or GRE comprises 1) Verbal Reasoning 2) Quantitative Reasoning 3) Analytical Writing. It is required for your admission masters and PhD in most of universities in the USA.

  • GRE Subject Test
    The GRE ® Subject Tests are achievement tests that measure your knowledge of a particular field of study in subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology etc.
    Each Subject Test is intended for students who have an undergraduate major or extensive background in one of these six disciplines: 
    1) Biology 2) Chemistry 3) Literature in English 4) Mathematics 5) Physics 6) Psychology

You can take the GRE revised General Test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). It also includes your cancelled GRE test.

HIGHLIGHT:
If you give GRE multiple times, universities consider only the best score.

For tests taken on or after July 1, 2016, scores are reportable for five years following your test date. For example, scores for a test taken on July 3, 2018, are reportable through July 2, 2023. 

For tests taken prior to July 1, 2016, scores are reportable for five years following the testing year in which you tested (July 1– June 30). For example, scores for a test taken on May 15, 2016, are reportable through June 30, 2021. 

GRE scores earned prior to July 2014 are no longer reportable. GRE scores earned in July 2014 are reportable until June 30, 2020.

A good or an average GRE score depends on the university in which a student apply i.e. a score of 305 or 315 can be considered as a good score in an average university whereas in a top university it may be considered as an average score. One should focus and aims to score above 320 as this is considered to be a good GRE score and chances of getting a desired course and college multiplies many times.

Yes, absolutely three months are more than enough to prepare for the GRE exam, but this time duration may vary depending upon the level of a student and his/her understanding of concepts. If a student works hard and put in his/her heart and soul then GRE can easily be taken after a preparation of three months. However many students plan one or two year in advance for getting perfect GRE score 340.

The GRE General Test consists of questions that reflect thinking skills that one has acquired over a long period of time. This is to test the student’s skills and thinking ability that is required to cope-up in today’s demanding graduate business schools and everyday life. The GRE is a computer based exam and paper-based where online testing is not available. It has a student-friendly structure in the following manner:

a) The test consists of general topics that are not related to a specific field or subject

b) The online test structure allows students to review their answers. Also, one can go back and change the answer if a student wishes to do so. 

There are three sections in the GRE exam i.e. 

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Quantitative Reasoning 
  • Analytical Writing

Now, we briefly look at the things that are tested in each of these sections:

Verbal Reasoning

This section tests students' ability to draw a conclusion based on the graphs, charts or the given data. It also consists of major or minor important points, summary of text and vocabulary usage. Test-taker gets two section each of the 20 questions to be answered in 30 minutes per section. 

Quantitative Reasoning

This section aims to measure the ability of a test-taker to analyze the given information and apply the basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. It also measures the skills to solve problems using mathematical models.

In case of a computer-based test, a test-taker will get a virtual calculator whereas in a paper-based exam calculators will be provided at the test centre. 

There are two sections in the Quantitative Reasoning in which a test-taker gets 35 minutes to answer 20 questions per section. 

Analytical Writing 

This section measures a test-taker's ability 

  • To make a decision and support your arguments with 
  • To think of complex ideas
  • To have a relevant and strong reasons to support your answers.

In this section a test-taker gets two tasks:

  • Analyze an Argument task
  • Analyze an Issue task

For each task a student gets 30 minutes to answer.

The GRE costs $205 in India. Test fee for GRE® Subject Tests is $150.

The GRE is held year-round at test centers around the world. The ETS website has a full list of testing centers. The test is computer-based, and paper-based where computer testing is unavailable. Paper-based testing is held three times per year.


The GRE lasts for approximately 3 hours 45 minutes.


This question can be answered only by one person and that is you. This is because you are the only one who knows the level of vocabulary, basic concepts of mathematics, etc. If you are clear with your maths basics, vocabulary and all then you might take less time to prepare as compared to others. The suggested and ideal time duration to prepare for the GRE is three months. 

The GRE is accepted by thousands of graduate schools and nowadays even business schools have started accepting the GRE scores. One should look for the desired colleges for their requirements related to score and other things.

This depends on the student and the program one wishes to apply, the GRE score can turn from a mere scorecard to a crucial part of one’s application. The importance of the GRE score changes depending upon your UG marks, work experience and etc.


The GRE is scored on a scale of 130-170, in 1-point increments, for both the Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning sections. The Analytical Writing section is scored on a scale of 0-6 in 0.5-point increments.


The GRE exam is a standardized computer adaptive test. The test starts with a moderate level questions of Verbal and Quantitative. The level of questions in the second section of both the parts depends on the performance of the first section. If a student has attempted more correct answers then difficulty level will increase otherwise questions will get easy accordingly. 

The paper based test is provided in the areas where computer testing is not available. All the answers including Analytical answers are written in the booklet provided. 

The Educational Testing Service (ETS) designs, monitors and conducts the GRE exam. 

Yes, of course, many law schools including top-ranked schools have now started accepting GRE® General Test scores for admission to their J.D. programs. The list of law schools accepting GRE score is given below*: 

United States

  1. American University Washington College of Law
  2. Boston University School of Law
  3. Brooklyn Law School
  4. California Western School of Law
  5. Chicago-Kent College of Law
  6. Columbia Law School
  7. Cornell Law School
  8. Florida International University College of Law
  9. Florida State University College of Law
  10. Harvard Law School
  11. Massachusetts School of Law at Andover
  12. New York University School of Law
  13. Pennsylvania State University Dickinson Law
  14. Pennsylvania State University — Penn State Law
  15. Seattle University School of Law
  16. Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
  17. St. John's University School of Law
  18. Texas A&M University School of Law
  19. University of California, Davis, School of Law
  20. University of California, Irvine School of Law
  21. University of California, Los Angeles School of Law
  22. University of Chicago Law School
  23. University of Hawai at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law
  24. University of New Hampshire School of Law
  25. University of Pennsylvania Law School
  26. University of Southern California, Gould School of Law
  27. University of Texas at Austin School of Law
  28. University of Virginia School of Law
  29. Washington University School of Law
  30. Yale Law School

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* The list of law schools accepting GRE score is subject to change, so keep visiting us for the updated list.

The law schools compare LSAT scores with the GRE scores using the GRE comparison tool which allows them to place the GRE scores in the context of LSAT scores. The Law Schools can input GRE Verbal and Quantitative reasoning scores into the GRE Comparison Tool and this gives them an estimated LSAT score which helps them to compare the score. 

According to a recent survey, approximately eight out of ten i.e. 8/10 MBA programs have no test preference. In other words, both GRE and GMAT scores are equivalent to most MBA programs.


The business schools compare GMAT scores with the GRE scores using the GRE comparison tool which allows them to place the GRE scores in the context of GMAT scores. The Business Schools can input GRE Verbal and Quantitative reasoning scores into the GRE Comparison Tool and this gives them an estimated GMAT score which helps them to compare the score.


The TOEFL iBT Writing and GRE Analytical Writing both these exams a test-taker is asked to write an essay on two tasks but there is a slight difference in the kind of required answers in both these exams.

In GRE a test-taker is asked to ‘discuss whether you agree or disagree’ with a given statement or to ‘discuss the views which one is more inclined to’, whereas, In TOEFL a test- taker is asked to either discuss the ‘Benefits or Drawbacks’ of a particular social practice.

There is no such kind of a word count or paragraph count, But, in general a test-taker is advised to write 300-500 words or 3-5 paragraphs for a successful TOEFL essay. Whereas, In GRE AWA a test-taker is suggested to write an essay of around 500-700 words.

Another important difference between TOEFL Independent writing and GRE AWA Issue writing. In TOEFL, try to be on one side and defend it with relevant points. If you try to be on both sides then there are chances of getting it complicated and long which may result in a shortage of time.

On the other hand, a test-taker can take a middle position in GRE AWA.


Yes, this service is available. What you have to do is:

You have to add your profile to ETS search Service Database. This database is used by Graduate and Business schools recruiter all over the world uses this to find the prospective students. If you could match their profile then you will be notified with Program and admission requirements, Scholarships, etc. 

 You get an option to get included in the search database when you register for the exam or this can be done using three simple steps: 

  1. Sign Up/Sign In to your ETS Account
  2. Select the link for the GRE Search Service registration
  3. Fill in the required information

The list given below is the suggested list and therefore, is subject to change. So keep visiting our website for the latest updates.

United States and U.S. Territories

California

  • Alliant University Los Angeles
  • Argosy University Los Angeles
  • Argosy University Ontario
  • Argosy University San Francisco
  • Brandman University Fairfield
  • Brandman University Ontario
  • California State University Los Angeles
  • California State University Monterey Bay (EMBA)
  • California State University Northridge
  • California State University San Bernardino
  • California State University San Marcos
  • California State University Stanislaus
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Los Angeles
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University San Diego
  • La Sierra University Los Angeles
  • National University La Mesa
  • National University Los Angeles
  • National University Woodland Hills
  • Pepperdine University Los Angeles
  • Pepperdine University Westlake Village
  • St. Mary's College of California
  • Stanford University
  • University of California Davis San Francisco Bay Area
  • University of California Irvine
  • University of California Los Angeles
  • University of San Diego
  • University of San Francisco
  • University of Southern California
  • University of the Pacific
  • Woodbury University

Connecticut

  • Fairfield University
  • Southern Connecticut State University
  • University of Connecticut
  • University of Hartford
  • University of New Haven
  • Western Connecticut State University
  • Yale University

Florida

  • Belhaven University Orlando
  • DeVry University Miami
  • DeVry University Orlando
  • Everglades University
  • Florida A & M University
  • Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton
  • Florida Atlantic University Fort Lauderdale
  • Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Florida International University
  • Florida Institute of Technology Melbourne
  • Florida Institute of Technology Orlando
  • Inter American University, Orlando
  • Jacksonville University
  • Keiser University Daytona Beach
  • Keiser University Fort Lauderdale
  • Keiser University Melbourne
  • Keiser University Orlando
  • National-Louis University
  • Nova Southeastern University, Fort Myers
  • Nova Southeastern University, Jacksonville
  • Nova Southeastern University, Main Campus
  • Nova Southeastern University, Miami
  • Nova Southeastern University, Miramar
  • Nova Southeastern University, Orlando
  • Nova Southeastern University, Palm Beach
  • Nova Southeastern University, Tampa
  • South University West Palm Beach
  • South University Tampa
  • Southeastern University
  • St. Thomas University
  • Troy University Orlando
  • University of Florida (Working Professional MBA)
  • University of Miami
  • University of South Florida Tampa
  • University of Tampa
  • University of West Florida
  • Warner University

Georgia

  • Georgia College and State University
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Georgia Southwestern State University
  • Georgia State University Alpharetta
  • Georgia State University Buckhead
  • Georgia State University Main Campus
  • Georgia State University Peachtree-Dunwoody
  • Reinhardt University Woodstock
  • Savannah State University
  • Southern Polytechnic State University
  • South University Savannah
  • Troy University Albany
  • Troy University College Covington
  • Troy University Fort Benning
  • University of Georgia
Hawaii

  • Argosy University
  • Hawaii Pacific University
  • Massachusetts
  • American International College
  • Bentley University
  • Boston College
  • Boston University
  • Clark University Worcester
  • Harvard Business School
  • Hult International Business School Boston
  • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Suffolk University Lawrence
  • Suffolk University Main Campus
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst Holyoke
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst Main Campus
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst Pittsfield
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst Shrewsbury
  • University of Massachusetts Boston
  • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • University of Massachusetts Lowell (Online MBA)
  • Western New England College
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Michigan

  • Baker College
  • Davenport University
  • Eastern Michigan University
  • Ferris State University
  • Michigan State University
  • Michigan Technological University
  • Northwood University Troy
  • Oakland University (EMBA)
  • University of Michigan Ann Arbor
  • University of Michigan Dearborn
  • University of Michigan Flint
  • University of Michigan Southfield
  • Wayne State University
  • Western Michigan University

New York

  • Clarkson University
  • College of Mount Saint Vincent
  • Columbia University
  • Cornell University
  • DeVry University Manhattan
  • New York University
  • New York University Westchester
  • Pace University New York City
  • Pace University Westchester
  • St. Bonaventure University
  • SUNY Albany
  • SUNY Binghamton
  • SUNY College Oswego
  • SUNY Institute of Technology
  • SUNY New Paltz
  • SUNY Polytechnic Institute
  • SUNY Stony Brook
  • University at Buffalo SUNY
  • University of Rochester

Ohio

  • Ashland University
  • Cleveland State University Mayfield Heights
  • Franklin University Dublin
  • Franklin University Main Campus
  • John Carroll University
  • Kent State University
  • Lake Erie College
  • Malone University
  • Miami University
  • Ohio State University
  • Ohio University
  • University of Findlay
  • Youngstown State University
Pennsylvania

  • Alvernia University
  • Alvernia University Schuylkill Center
  • Arcadia University
  • DeVry University Fort Washington
  • DeVry University Pittsburgh
  • Drexel University, LeBow
  • Duquesne University
  • Geneva College
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania Johnstown (EMBA)
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania Main Campus
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania Monroeville (EMBA)
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania Northpointe (EMBA)
  • Pennsylvania State University Erie (iMBA)
  • Pennsylvania State University Great Valley
  • Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg
  • Pennsylvania State University Park Smeal
  • Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • York College of Pennsylvania

Texas

  • Argosy University Dallas
  • Baylor University
  • Belhaven University Houston
  • DeVry University Houston
  • DeVry University Irving
  • Devry University San Antonio
  • St. Mary's University
  • Texas A&M International University
  • Texas A&M University Central Texas
  • Texas A&M University College Station
  • Texas A&M University Commerce
  • Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
  • Texas A&M University Kingsville (Online MBA)
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas Southern University
  • Texas State University San Marcos
  • Texas Tech University
  • Texas Wesleyan University
  • Texas Womans University
  • University of Dallas
  • University of Houston Downtown
  • University of Houston Main Campus
  • University of St. Thomas Houston
  • University of Texas Main Campus
  • University of Texas Austin
  • University of Texas Brownsville
  • University of Texas Dallas
  • University of Texas San Antonio
  • Wayland Baptist University Plainview
  • West Texas A&M University

Washington

  • Brandman University Lacey
  • Gonzaga University
  • Pacific Lutheran University
  • Pinchot University
  • Seattle Pacific University
  • Seattle University
  • St. Martins University
  • University of Washington Bothell
  • University of Washington Seattle
  • University of Washington Tacoma
  • Washington State University (Online MBA)
  • Western Washington University
  • Whitworth University

Australia

  • AGSM @ UNSW Business School
  • Deakin University
  • Murdoch University
  • S P Jain School of Global Management
  • University of Sydney

Austria

  • Webster University Vienna

Canada

  • Brock University
  • Ivey Business School Toronto
  • Lakehead University
  • McGill University
  • McMaster University
  • Queens University School of Business
  • St. Mary's University
  • Thompson Rivers University
  • University of Manitoba
  • University of New Brunswick — Saint John
  • University of Ontario Institute of Technology
  • University of Ottawa
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Victoria
  • University of Western Ontario
  • Wilfrid Laurier University
  • York University

China

  • Antai College of Economics & Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Beijing Institute of Technology
  • China Europe International Business School
  • Donghua University
  • Fudan University International MBA
  • Peking University Beijing International MBA (BIMBA)
  • Peking University Guanghua School of Management
  • Peking University HSBC Business School
  • Renmin University School Business
  • Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF) at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Shanghai International Studies University
  • Shanghai University Finance & Economics
  • University of British Columbia International MBA
  • University of Macau
  • University Nottingham Ningbo
  • Webster University Shanghai
  • Wuhan University Economics and Management School

Denmark

  • Copenhagen Business School

France

  • Audencia Nantes School of Management
  • Ecole des Pontes Business School
  • EDHEC Business School
  • EMLYON Business School
  • ESCP Europe
  • ESSEC Business School (MBA in International Luxury Brand Management)
  • HEC Paris
  • Horizons University
  • IAE Aix-en-Provence Graduate School of Management
  • IAE Paris Sorbonne Graduate Business School
  • IESEG School of Management
  • INSEAD
  • NEOMA Business School
  • Reims Management School
  • Skema Business School Paris
  • Toulouse Business School

Germany

  1. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Berlin
  2. ESCP Europe Business School
  3. European Business School of Germany
  4. European School of Management and Technology
  5. European University Center for Management Studies — Munich
  6. Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  7. GISMA Business School
  8. HHL Graduate School of Management
  9. Hochschule Esslingen
  10. Hochschule Pforzheim
  11. Mannheim Business School
  12. Munich Business School
  13. Troy University Heidelberg
  14. TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  15. WHU Beisheim

India

  • Aegis School of Business
  • Aryans Business School
  • Amrita School of Business Amritapuri
  • Amrita School of Business Bengaluru
  • Amrita School of Business Coimbatore
  • Amrita School of Business Kochi
  • Asia Graduate School of Business
  • Global School of Management
  • IIKM Business School
  • Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (ePGP)
  • Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (ePGP)
  • Indian Institute of Management Raipur (FPM)
  • Indian School of Business
  • Institute of Management Technology
  • International School of Management Excellence
  • JECRC University
  • Lovely Professional University & MBA
  • Myra School of Business
  • Peoples Education Society
  • Universal Business School
  • Varanasi College of Management Science
  • Woxen School of Business
Ireland
  • University College Dublin
  • University of Limerick
  • Japan
  • Doshisha University
  • Globis
  • Hitotsubashi University ICS MBA
  • International University of Japan
  • Kyoto University
  • McGill MBA Japan
  • Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
  • Rikkyo University College of Business
  • Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
  • Sophia University
  • Temple University Japan (EMBA)
  • Tohoku University (GPEM)
  • Tokyo Business School UIBS
  • Troy University Pacific Region
  • Waseda University

Singapore

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Singapore Aviation Academy
  • ESSEC Business School Asia Pacific
  • INSEAD
  • Nanyang Technological University
  • National University of Singapore
  • Singapore Management University
  • S P Jain School of Global Management

Spain

  1. Barcelona School of Economics
  2. Barcelona School of Management Universitat Pompeu Fabra
  3. European University Barcelona
  4. International University of Southern Europe — Barcelona Business School
  5. International University of Southern Europe — Madrid Business School

Sweden

  • Stockholm School of Economics (EMBA)

Taiwan, China

  • Chang Gung University
  • Feng Chia University
  • I-Shou University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chiao Tung University
  • National Taipei University of Technology
  • National Taiwan Normal University
  • National Taiwan University
  • National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  • National Tsing Hua University
  • National Sun Yat-Sen University
  • National University Kaohsiung
  • Providence University
  • Yuan Ze University
  • United Kingdom
  • Leeds University
  • London Business School
  • Oxford University
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Kent
  • University of Manchester

If a test-taker has taken a computer-based exam, then the scores will be made available in his/her account in approximately 10-15 days. 


The Mathematics level in GRE is not too hard. The Maths part covers the topics from school level maths. Basically through mathematics, they want to test the thinking and analyzing skills of a test-taker. That is the reason it covers the topic of basic maths and not related to specialized mathematics. 


The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) measures every test-taker on three sections:

Verbal Reasoning
This section tests students' ability to draw a conclusion based on the graphs, charts or the given data, major or minor important points, summary of text and vocabulary usage. 

Quantitative Reasoning
This section aims to measure the ability of a test-taker to analyze the given information and apply the basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis, problem-solving skills.

Analytical Writing 
This section measures a test taker's ability 

  • To make a decision and support your arguments with 
  • To think of complex ideas
  • To have a relevant and strong reason to support your answers

The importance of the exam depends on you. If you want to ‘Break the Barriers’ and pursue your Masters or Ph.D. program from a top university to get an edge over the others, then the GRE exam is really important for you. Otherwise, it is just an entrance exam for overseas studies. 


The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test and can be taken by any graduate student who wants to pursue their Masters or PhD program from the US or any other country. The GRE score is accepted worldwide by many universities. 

If by paper GRE you meant paper-based exam, then yes you can opt for a paper-based mode of GRE exam but only IF, COMPUTER-BASED mode is not available in your area. 


Once you are done with your test, you will have the option to submit your most recent score or all of your scores from the past five years. After the test, you will have the option to send specific sets of test scores. You may control which scores are sent out, but you may only send complete sets of scores (i.e. you cannot combine section scores from different exams, you must send scores for an entire exam, but you may choose which exams to send).


Students will get a basic word processor developed by ETS, an official body of the GRE exam. The basic word processor is consists of some functions like insert text, cut-paste, undo the previous action, and delete text. On the other hand, some options like Spell-checker or a grammar-checker are not there in the ETS Software. 


Yes of course, but a test-taker should change or cancel the test registration no later than four days before the test date or his/her test fee will be fortified. If a test-taker cancels the exam within the above mentioned time period, then he/she will be refunded half of the original test fee. On the other hand, if a test-taker reschedules the exam, then he/she will be charged some amount usually it is around $50**.

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** The charges are subject to change. 


The Additional Score Reports can be ordered online, through the mail or by fax. For this, the aspirants are charged some amount (charges generally ranges from $20-$25**) for sending Additional Score Reports to every score recipient. 

Also, aspirants have the option of selecting the recent or any particular test scores for the GRE general of Subject Test. 

Also, one must be careful as the Score Report request once submitted cannot be changed, canceled or refunded.

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** The charges are subject to change. 


There is no such age restriction mentioned by ETS, the body that conducts and administers the GRE. 

Any student, who wants to pursue a master’s or Ph.D. program can take the GRE exam as per the requirement of the college/university he/she is applying to.

The students from different academic backgrounds can also take this exam. 


The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are valid for a period of up to 5 years.


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