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The GRE is designed to help graduate schools determine which applicants will be a good fit for advanced academic work, and it is used by some of the most competitive programs in the world.

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Creating your GRE study guide is one of the most important aspects of preparing for the GRE, but it can also be one of the most difficult. Start here.

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Experience the GRE before test day with a realistic practice test. See how you’d score, and get a detailed report of your strengths and weaknesses. You’ll also get two weeks of access to instructional videos and additional practice covering some of the most important topics on the GRE.

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FAQ

How has GRE testing been affected by COVID-19?

Many GRE testing centers across the world have been closed due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. It is now possible to take the GRE General Test at home in select countries. Learn more from ETS.

Has my GRE been canceled?

If your testing center has been closed due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, your GRE has been postponed. ETS will notify you by email if this is the case for your test date. The April 4 GRE Subject Test has been canceled until further notice. Learn more about your GRE testing options from ETS.

Can I reschedule my GRE?

Yes! If you wish to reschedule your GRE due to health concerns, ETS will waive your rescheduling fees. Learn more from ETS.

Can I still take the GRE?

Yes! Starting March 25, 2020, ETS is administering an online GRE to be taken from home. Learn more about eligibility and registration here.

What is the online GRE like?

The online GRE will be taken at your home on a PC using a Windows operating system. The test will consist of six sections and several short breaks. You’ll be monitored via videocamera by a human proctor. Learn more.

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