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About the Graduate Record Exam

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a prerequisite for admission to many graduate programs and business schools. Test scores are used by institutions throughout the world to assess the capabilities of applicants. For more than 50 years, the GRE has been the most recognized assessment for graduate studies.  The GRE is administered by the Educational Testing Service, which scores more than 50 million tests annually in more than 180 countries, and at over 9,000 locations worldwide. Test-takers have the option of taking Subject Tests or the General Test.  

GRE Subject Tests

The Subject Tests may not be necessarily required by Graduate Schools; however, Subject Tests measure knowledge and skill level in specific subject areas, including Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology.  

Subject Tests are administered at paper-delivered test centres three times a year – September, October, and April (see below for test dates, test centre locations, and other information regarding registration and score reporting).

Test Dates (MM/DD/YY) Regular Registration Deadline (MM/DD/YY) Late Registration Deadline  (MM/DD/YY) Supplementary Test Centre and Monday Administration Registration Deadline  (MM/DD/YY) Scores Online Date (MM/DD/YY) Approximate Score Report Mailing Date  (MM/DD/YY)
09/19/15 08/07/15
08/14/15
07/24/15
10/19/15
10/30/15
10/24/15
09/11/15
09/18/15
08/28/15
11/23/15
12/04/15
04/16/16
03/04/16
03/11/16
02/19/16
05/16/16
05/27/16

 Test Centre Locations

10900 - Antigonish, NS 
10778 - Charlottetown, PE
10982 - Corner Brook, NL
10902 - Edmonton, AB
10920 - Grand Prairie, AB
10763 - Halifax, NS 
10767 - Hamilton, ON
10103 - Kingston, ON
10912 - Penticton, BC 

18718 - Prince George, BC
10928 - Regina, SK
10930 - Saskatoon, SK
10756 - St. John's, NL
10774 - Thunder Bay, ON
10775 - Toronto, ON
10210 - Vancouver, BC
10922 - Winnipeg, MB

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The GRE Revised General Test

The GRE Revised General Test is unique in that the skills it assesses are not related to any particular field or discipline. The test is structured in a way that measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills.  Test-takers have the option of writing the paper-based test or the computer-based test.  Paper-based test administrations occur three times a year and are generally held in areas where computer-based testing is not available.  Not all test centres are open on all test dates.  Test-takers may take the GRE Revised General Test (computer-based or paper-based) only once per calendar month, and no more than five times within any 12-month period.  See below for testing centre locations.

Computer-delivered GRE® revised General Test

  • If you would like to register to test, you will need to create or sign in to your My GRE® Account.
  • The computer-delivered GRE® revised General Test is offered year-round, and appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • When selecting a test date, make sure your scores will be reported in time for your application deadlines. For computer-delivered tests, reports are sent to your designated score recipients 10–15 days after your test date.
  • You can take the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies if you cancelled your scores on a previous test. The paper-delivered GRE revised General Test can be taken as often as it is offered.

Computer-Based Testing Centres
6242 - Calgary, AB
6018 - Edmonton, AB 
6032 
Halifax, NS 
5374 Hamilton, ON 
5361 
London, ON   
5259 Montreal, QC
6013 Ottawa, ON 
6063 Saskatoon, SK 

6060 St. John's, NL
5113 - Toronto, ON
6002 - Toronto, ON
6219 - Toronto, ON
6009 Vancouver, BC 
7750 Windsor, ON
6021 - Winnipeg, MB
6223 - Winnipeg, MB

 

Paper-Based Testing Centres

10778 - Charlottetown, PE
10920 - Grand Prairie, AB
10103 - Kingston, ON
18718 - Prince George, BC
10928 - Regina, SK
10774 - Thunder Bay, ON

Visit the ETS website for a complete listing of all GRE paper-based testing centres and computer-based testing centres around the world.

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Test Structure and Length

The average length of the computer-based GRE revised General Test is about three hours and forty-five minutes, plus multiple short breaks. The Analytical Reasoning section is always first, with all other sections appearing in any order.  Breaks consist of a ten-minute break following the third section and a one minute break between all other sections.

Test Structure and Length of Computer-Based Test
Measure Number of Questions Allotted Time
Analytical Writing
(1 section with 2 separately timed tasks)
1 "Analyze an Issue" Task 30 minutes per task
1 "Analyze an Argument" Task 30 minutes per task
Verbal Reasoning
(2 sections)
Approximately 20 questions per section 30 minutes per section
Quantitative Reasoning
(2 sections)
Approximately 20 questions per section 35 minutes per section
Unscored Varies Varies
Research Varies Varies

 

Test Structure and Length of Paper-Based Test
Section Number of Questions Time
Analytical Writing 1 "Analyze an Issue" Task 30 minutes
1 "Analyze an Argument" Task 30 minutes
Verbal Reasoning
(2 sections)
25 questions per section 35 minutes per section
Quantitative Reasoning
(2 sections)
25 questions per section 40 minutes per section

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Registering for the GRE Revised General Test

Registration is available online, and a My GRE Account is required to register or to view your test scores.  You can also register using an American Express, MasterCard, or Visa credit/debit card by phone or mail.

Prometric Candidate Services Call Centre – not available for paper-based testing
1-800-GRE-CALL (1-800-473-2255)
1-443-751-4820
Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) 8 a.m. – 7:45 p.m. (EST)

Online
http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/register

Mail
Download and complete the Authorization Voucher Request Form.  Mail it with your payment to the address printed on the form. Credit/debit card, money order, or certified cheque only. Once you receive your voucher, call to schedule your appointment.
http://www.ets.org/s/gre/pdf/cbt_authorization_voucher_form.pdf

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Phone Registration

  • Use an American Express, MasterCard, or VISA credit/debit card or a voucher number.
  • Call the test centre directly or Prometric® Services at 1-443-751-4820 or 1-800-473-2255.
  • A confirmation number, reporting time and test centre address will be given to you when you call.
  • Please see Disability Accommodations if you have  disability or health-related needs
  • If you are paying with a cheque or money order, you will need to request an Authorization Voucher by mail.

Online Registration

  • You need to create or have a My GRE Account to register online.
  • Use an American Express®, MasterCard® or VISA® credit/debit card or a voucher number.
  • Online registration is not available for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs. Please see Disability Accommodations.
  • If you are paying with a cheque or money order, you will need to request an Authorization Voucher by mail.


Requesting an Authorization Voucher by Mail

You will need to request an authorization voucher by mail if you are paying with a cheque or money order.

  • Download and complete the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test Authorization Voucher Request Form (PDF).
  • Mail the authorization voucher request form with a cheque or money order with the appropriate payment to the address printed on the form.  Be sure to  allow up to three weeks for processing and mail delivery.
  • When you receive your authorization voucher, you can register online, call the test centre directly or call Prometric Services at 1-443-751-4820 or 1-800-473-2255 to schedule an appointment.
  • An appointment must be made prior to the expiration date on the authorization voucher.

GRE Fees for Canadian Registrants

The following table shows GRE fees and services (in US dollars).

Standard Test Administration  
GRE revised General Test registration fee
$195
Special Handling Fees  
Late registration fee (paper-based test, online registration only) $25
Standby testing (paper-based test only) $50
Rescheduling fee $50
Changing test centre $50
Scoring Service  
Additional Score Report (ASR) – per recipient $27
Question/Answer Review Service – Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning sections only $50
Score review for Analytical Writing measure $60
Paper-based test multiple-choice hand scoring $50
Score reinstatement fee $50


Preferred Forms of Payment for Computer-Based Test

  • Credit/debit card (American Express, Mastercard, Visa)
  • Money-order, certified cheque, voucher


Preferred Forms of Payment for Paper-Based Test

  • Credit/debit card (American Express, Mastercard, Visa)
  • PayPal Service 
  • E-Cheque Service (drawn against U.S. bank accounts only)
  • Money-order, certified cheque, voucher
  • Western Union

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Scoring and Reporting

The score scales for each section of the GRE revised General Test are listed below:

  • Verbal Reasoning scores are reported on a 130 – 170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
  • Quantitative Reasoning scores are reported on a 130 – 170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
  • Analytical Writing scores are reported on a 0 – 6 score level, in half-point increments.

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Understand Your Scores

Your official GRE® score report contains your:

  • Contact information (name, phone number and email)
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Intended graduate major
  • Test date(s)
  • GRE test score(s) and the associated percentile ranks
  • Authorized score recipients or fellowship sponsors and the scores reported to those institutions
  • Cumulative record of scores reported within the last five years


Official score reports sent to the institutions you designate include your:

  • Contact information (name, address, phone number, email)
  • Intended graduate major
  • GRE test score(s) and the associated percentile ranks

Score reports sent to institutions will not include any information concerning the other score recipients you have chosen. Additionally, institution score reports include only the scores that you selected to send to them using the ScoreSelect® option. There will be no special indication if you have taken additional GRE tests.

What to Bring with You to the Test Centre

Computer-Based Revised General Test Administration

 

Paper-Based Revised General Test Administration

  • Valid and acceptable identification 
  • Your admission ticket — You will receive an email advising that your admission ticket is available in your My GRE Account.
  • Four sharpened No. 2 or HB pencils and an eraser — Mechanical pencils and pens are not permitted. No supplies are provided at the test centre.

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Test Centre Procedures and Regulations

When you register for a GRE® revised General Test, you are agreeing to abide by all procedures and policies on the GRE website or communicated to you at the test administration for which you have registered.

  • Dress so that you are comfortable in any temperature
  • Test-related information written on clothing, ID documents or on any parts of the body is prohibited.
  • Friends or relatives who accompany you to the test centre will not be permitted to wait in the test centre or be in contact with you while you are taking the test.
  • ID verification at the test centre may include fingerprinting, thumbprinting, photographing, videotaping, signature comparison, biometric voice identification or some other form of electronic ID biometric confirmation. If you refuse to participate, you will not be permitted to test and you will forfeit your test fees. This is in addition to the requirement that you must present acceptable and valid identification.
  • If an institution that you have designated to receive your scores requests to see your photograph taken at the test centre, ETS will send that photo or other information in ETS's files to that institution as necessary to detect or prevent unlawful activity and to protect the integrity of the GRE test.
  • Food, beverages, tobacco and firearms are not allowed in the testing room.
  • If you have health-related needs that require you to bring equipment, beverages or snacks into the testing room or to take extra or extended breaks, you need to follow the accommodations request procedures described in the Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs(PDF).
  • Do not bring cell phones, smartphones (e.g., Android®, BlackBerry® or iPhone® devices), PDAs, digital watches, smartwatches and other electronic, recording, listening or photographic devices into the test centre. If you do, you will be dismissed from the test, your test fees will be forfeited and your scores will be canceled even if dismissal is not enforced on the day of the test. Test administrators are not permitted to collect and hold cell phones or other devices. If you are seen using or accessing any of these electronic devices and/or transmitting data, including but not limited to text messaging, email and photographs, your device may be inspected and/or confiscated. You may not access your phone during the test or during breaks to check messages or to check the time.
  • Personal items other than identification documents are not allowed in the testing room. You will be required to follow the procedures set by the test centre for storage of your personal belongings. You may also be asked to empty your pockets. Storage space is limited. You will not have access to your personal items during the test. Personal items such as hats, scarves, jackets and outerwear that are taken into the test room are subject to inspection by the test administrator. Digital watches are not permitted and must be removed.
  • Neither ETS nor the test centres assume any responsibility whatsoever for personal items or devices that you choose to bring into the test centre.
  • You will be assigned a seat by the test administrator
  • You may not go outside the test centre building unless it is to use the restroom during the test administration, including breaks.
  • On occasion, weather conditions or other circumstances beyond the test administrator or ETS’s control may require a delayed start or the rescheduling of your test appointment. In the event that a technical problem at the test centre makes it necessary to cancel your test session, or if it is later determined that your scores could not be reported, you will be offered the opportunity to schedule another test appointment free of charge or receive a full refund of the original test fee. In addition, you may seek reimbursement from ETS for reasonable and documented expenses associated with traveling to the test centre, even though technical problems are generally not the fault of ETS. To request reimbursement, contact GRE Services with the following information within 30 days of your original appointment: your name, date of birth, mailing address, daytime telephone number, email address, original test date and registration or CBT appointment number, and a brief description of what occurred at the test centre. All reimbursements will be made in U.S. dollars
  • ETS reserves the right to take appropriate action and/or notify appropriate authorities including, but not limited to, law enforcement authorities, if a test taker responds in a threatening or disturbing way to essay questions or communicates with ETS either verbally or in writing in a threatening or disturbing manner.


For Computer-Based Tests Only

The following procedures and regulations apply during the entire test session, which begins at sign-in, ends at sign-out and includes breaks.

  • If you requested and received an authorization voucher from ETS, you must take it with you to the test centre.
  • Report to the test centre at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled testing time. If you arrive late, you may not be admitted and your test fee will be forfeited. Plan to be at the test centre for 4-5 hours
  • You will be required to write and sign a confidentiality statement at the test centre. If you do not complete and sign the statement, you cannot take the test and your test fees will not be refunded.
  • ETS reserves the right to ensure the security of test content by using electronic detection scanning devices (e.g., hand-held metal detectors/wands). Failure to comply may result in dismissal from the test and forfeiture of your test fees.
  • You may be required to sign the test centre log before and after the test session and any time you leave or enter the testing room.
  • You may be asked to remove your watch and to store it during the test administration. Digital watches and smartwatches are not permitted.
  • The test administrator will provide you with scratch paper for use during the test. Scratch paper is not to be used before the test or during breaks. All paper, in its entirety, must be returned to the test centre administrator at the end of the testing session. If you are observed using any document or paper other than the scratch paper given to you by test centre staff, it will be confiscated. You may not bring your own paper and you may not remove any paper from the testing room at any time, or write on anything other than the paper provided (e.g., computer or workstation).
  • If at any time during the test you have a problem with your computer, or for any reason need the administrator, raise your hand.
  • Testing premises are subject to video surveillance.
  • The GRE revised General Test includes an optional 10-minute break after the third section and one-minute breaks between the remaining sections of the test. These break times cannot be exceeded. You are required to remain in the test centre building or in the immediate area. You are not permitted to go outside the test centre building unless it is to use the restroom during the test administration, including breaks.
  • If you need to leave your seat at any time other than the break, raise your hand; timing of the section will not stop.
  • You will have access to an on-screen calculator during the Quantitative Reasoning sections.
  • Personal calculators are not permitted in the testing room.
  • At the end of the test, you will be given the option to report or cancel your scores. If you choose to report your scores, those scores will become a part of reportable history and cannot be canceled. Although you have the option to cancel your scores, consider very carefully before doing so because the score reporting choices available with the ScoreSelect® option allow you to report only the scores that you feel reflect your personal best. Your scores will be reported to GRE score recipients only at your request. If you choose to report your scores, you will be able to view your unofficial Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores at the test centre. Because of the essay scoring process, you will not be able to view your Analytical Writing scores at the time you test.
  • Test centres cannot provide printed copies of unofficial score reports.
  • On test day at the test centre, you will be asked to designate your score recipients and choose the ScoreSelect option regarding which scores should be reported (Most Recent or All scores). If an institution is not listed, ask the test centre administrator for the appropriate form to indicate unlisted institutions. Complete the form and turn it in before you leave the test centre. The form will not be accepted after you leave the test centre.
  • If you do not select score recipients on the test day, or you would like to send your scores to more than four score recipients, you will need to submit an Additional Score Report request for a fee of $27 per score recipient.


For Paper-Based Tests Only

The following procedures and regulations apply during the entire test session, which begins when you are admitted to the test centre, ends when you leave the test centre and includes breaks.

  • Test administrators will not honor requests for schedule changes.
  • Report to the test centre at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled testing time. If you arrive late, you may not be admitted and your test fee will be forfeited. Plan to be at the test centre for 4 to 5 hours.
  • Take your admission ticket and identification document(s) to the test centre.
  • Take three or four sharpened No. 2 or HB pencils and a good eraser. Pencils and erasers will not be supplied at the centre. Mechanical pencils and pens are not permitted.
  • No test taker will be admitted after test materials have been distributed.
  • With the exception of your admission ticket, paper of any kind is not permitted in the testing room. Your admission ticket cannot be used as scratch paper.
  • You must have the test administrator’s permission to leave the room during the test. Any time lost cannot be made up. You are required to remain in the test centre building or in the immediate area unless it is to use the restroom only during the test administration, including breaks.
  • You may wish to pace yourself with your own watch, but the test administrator is the official timekeeper. Watch alarms are not permitted to track time. Digital watches and smartwatches are not permitted.
  • You may work only on the test section designated by the test centre administrator and only for the time allowed. You will not be permitted to continue the test or any part of it beyond the established time limit.
  • You will write your essay responses and enter your answers to test questions in the test book, rather than on a separate answer sheet.
  • You will be provided with an ETS calculator to use during the Quantitative Reasoning sections. You may not use your own personal calculator. Sharing of calculators with other test takers is not permitted.
  • At the end of the test you will be required to return your test book to the test administrator. This material is the property of ETS.
  • The GRE revised General Test includes a 10-minute break after the second Analytical Writing section. This break time cannot be exceeded. You are required to remain in the test centre building or in the immediate area. You are not permitted to go outside the test centre building unless it is to use the restroom during the test administration, including breaks.
  • At the end of the test, you will be given the option to cancel your scores.
  • You will be asked to designate your score recipients and choose theScoreSelect option regarding which scores should be reported (Most Recent or All scores) during registration or on your admission ticket correction stub.
  • If you do not select score recipients when registering or on your admission ticket correction stub, or you would like to send your scores to more than four score recipients, you will need to submit an Additional Score Report request for a fee of US$27 per score recipient. See Ordering Additional Score Reports.

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Cancelling Your GRE Score

The ScoreSelect® Option - Send only your best scores

GRE® tests all provide the ScoreSelect® option, which means you can take a GRE test once now, or again in the future, and only send the GRE test scores from whichever test date(s) you want schools to see. Best of all, you always have five years to decide. Here's how it works:

On test day, when viewing your scores at the test centre*, you can choose not to send your scores at this time OR you can select either option below for each of your four FREE score reports:

  • Most Recent option — Send your scores from your current test administration.
  • All option — Send your scores from all General Test administrations in the last five years.

After test day, you can send additional score reports for a fee and select from these options for each report you'd like to send:

  • Most Recent option — Send your scores from your most recent test administration.
  • All option — Send your scores from all test administrations in the last five years.
  • Any option — Send your scores from one OR as many test administrations as you like from the last five years.

No matter which option you choose:

  • You will select by specific test dates, so your scores are all from the same testing session.
  • The schools you designate will only see the scores that you selected to send them. There will be no special indication if you have taken additional GRE tests.

ScoreSelect Option Availability

The ScoreSelect option is available for both the GRE® revised General Test and GRE® Subject Tests, and can be used by anyone with reportable scores from the last five years.

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GRE Contact Information

Canadian registrants can contact GRE Services by email, fax, phone, or mail.

Email:
http://www.ets.org/gre/contact/contact_form

Fax:
1-610-290-8975

Phone:
1-866-473-4373
For hearing impaired: 1-609-771-7714

Regular Mail:                                                    
GRE-ETS
PO Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08541-6000

Overnight Mail:
GRE
Distribution and Receiving Centre
225 Phillips Boulevard
Ewing, NJ 08618-1426


Disability Services

E-mail:
stassd@ets.org

Fax:
1-609-771-7165
Attn: GRE — Mail Stop 05Q

Phone:
1-866-387-8602
1-609-771-7780

Mail:
ETS Disability Services
PO Box 6054
Princeton, NJ 08541-6054

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Rescheduling or Cancelling The Test Appointment

To  reschedule or cancel a test, test-takers must do so no later than three full days before their appointment (not including the day of the test or the day of the request) to receive a refund of half the original test fee. If cancellation is made less than three days before the scheduled test, the test fee will be forfeited.

Computer-Based Test Takers

In order to cancel or re-schedule the computer-based test, test-takers must call Prometric Services at 1-443-751-4820 or 1-800-473-2255, or reschedule online.

  • You must change your GRE® revised General Test registration no later than four days (10 days in Mainland China) before your appointment or your test fee will be forfeited. For example: the deadline to reschedule a Saturday appointment at a testing location in the United States is Tuesday.
  • If you change your test registration, you will be charged a fee of US$50.
  • Appointments cannot be rescheduled beyond one year of the original appointment date.
  • If you do not change your test registration as indicated above, your full test fee will be forfeited.
  • Be prepared to provide your appointment confirmation number and the full name you used to make an appointment when rescheduling.
  • Testing fees and registrations are not exchangeable between paper-delivered tests and computer-delivered tests.

Paper-Based Test Takers

Contact GRE Services, and include:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Address
  • Registration number
  • Test date
  • Preferred test centre and new test date

Test-takers may cancel their test appointment by phone or by mail.

Mailed requests must be received no later than three full days prior to the scheduled test date. The rescheduling fee is $50 US and test-takers cannot transfer to the next testing year.
 

In Canada:

You can change your test registration online through your My GRE Account. To reschedule by phone, call Prometric® Services at 1-443-751-4820 or 1-800-473-2255. If rescheduling by phone, be prepared to provide your appointment confirmation number and the full name you used to make the appointment.

 

Canceling Your Test Registration

  • If you cancel your revised General Test registration no later than four days prior to your test date (10 days for individuals in Mainland China), you will receive a refund equivalent to half of the original test fee. For example, the deadline to cancel a Saturday appointment at a testing location in the United States is Tuesday. See Payment and Refund Policies.
  • Testing fees and registrations are not exchangeable between paper-delivered tests and computer-delivered tests.
  • If you are taking the test in Korea, see the specific refund policy for test takers in Korea.

 

In Canada

You can cancel a test registration online using your My GRE Account. To cancel by phone, call Prometric Services at 1-443-751-4820 or 1-800-473-2255. If canceling by phone, be prepared to provide your appointment confirmation number.

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GRE Refund Policy

Payment Policies

  • Fees are stated in U.S. dollars.
  • Do not send cash.
  • A check in U.S. dollars must be drawn on a bank in the United States or Canada. Checks payable in another currency must be drawn on banks in the same country as the currency. By sending your check, you are authorizing ETS, at its discretion, to use the information on your check to make a one-time electronic debit from your account for the amount of your check; no additional amount will be added. If you do not have sufficient funds in your account, an additional service fee of US$20 will be debited electronically from your account. Contact ETS to learn about other payment options if you prefer not to have your check used in this way.
  • If you do not have sufficient credit or funds in your account to cover a registration or service we have processed on your behalf, your scores will be withheld and an additional service fee of US$20 will be added to your account.
  • If you do not include the correct fee, your request for registration or service will be returned.
  • Taxes must be included where applicable.
  • There are no refunds for additional services.
  • Refunds will be made in U.S. dollars.
  • Services may be withheld for nonpayment of fees.
  • All test fee payments must be made in full, have the correct numeric and written dollar amount, and be received at the regional registration centre (RRC) or ETS within 90 days of the date on the payment (e.g., check, money order).
  • All outstanding balances incurred from prior ETS tests and/or services must be paid in full in order to register for any future ETS test or service.
  • ETS reserves the right to add or remove online payment methods at its own discretion and without notice.

 

Refund Policy

If you cancel your registration no later than four days before your test date, you will automatically receive a refund equivalent to half of the test fee. For example, the deadline to cancel a Saturday appointment at a testing location in the United States is Tuesday. The remainder of your payment will be retained to cover expenses for processing your registration and holding space at the test centre.

 

Payments by Credit/Debit Card

  • A refund will be processed* and credited back to the original credit/debit card or bank account.

Payments by E-Check and PayPal®

  • A refund will be processed* and credited back to the original PayPal® or bank account.

Payments by Cheque

  • If original payment was drawn on a U.S. domestic bank, allow eight weeks after your cancellation for your refund to be processed.
  • If original payment was made in non-U.S. funds drawn on a bank outside the United States, allow 12 weeks for your refund to be processed.

Free Sample Practice GRE Questions and Full Tests

Official test preparation materials for the computer-based and paper-based GRE revised General Test are available to anyone who registers for the GRE tests worldwide or who visits http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/prepare/.

POWERPREP® II, Version 2.2 Software: Preparation for the Computer-delivered GRE revised General Test

In addition to the sample questions, strategies and tips available here on this site, this free software also includes two full-length practice tests. These timed tests simulate the test taking experience, including the test-taker friendly design features like moving back and forth and changing answers within a section, as well as the on-screen calculator. POWERPREP II, version 2.2 is Mac® and PC-compatible.
Learn more about POWERPREP II, Version 2.2 Software >


Practice Book for the Paper-based GRE® revised General Test, Second Edition

Download this publication for a simulated test-taking experience of the paper-delivered GRE revised General Test. You'll get the following: one full-length paper-delivered test, test-taking strategies, sample Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning questions with explanations, sample Analytical Writing topics, scored Analytical Writing responses and reader commentary and information on how the test is scored.
Download Practice Book for the Paper-based GRE® revised General Test, Second Edition (PDF)


Math Review

A great refresher on your basic math skills, this free 100-page review covers the concepts you may see when you take the GRE revised General Test. Math Review includes definitions, properties, examples and a set of exercises with answers at the end of each section. This material is also available in the POWERPREP II, Version 2.2 software.
Download the Math Review (PDF)

Math Conventions

Learn more about mathematical assumptions particular to the GRE revised General Test. Includes notation and terminology as well as guidelines for interpreting and using information given in test questions. This material is also available in thePOWERPREP II, Version 2.2 software.
Download Math Conventions (PDF)

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GRE Test Preparation Materials Available Through Oxford Seminars

The Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test 2nd Edition 
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$30.00

Practicing to Take the General Test 10th Edition
-  ETS (Educational Testing Services)
$30.00

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