Institutions around the world are getting ready for the GRE® revised General Test. To help you in your planning, this month's Top Story features answers to the questions that are being asked most frequently by the graduate and business school community.
If you have additional questions, there are many ways you can find the answers you need: Participate in the live Q&A portion of one of our Getting Ready webinars, speak directly to the GRE Client Relations Team at an upcoming event, visit our website or contact us at GREhelpline@ets.org.
The GRE revised General Test Team
The GRE revised General Test: Common Questions Answered
In an effort to help the graduate and business school community get ready for the GRE revised General Test, we've compiled a list of answers to the most commonly asked questions. We hope you find this document useful and encourage you to download, review and share it with faculty, admissions staff and student advisors.
Sign up for a Getting Ready webinar
We'll be offering our popular "Getting Ready for the GRE revised General Test" webinar again in May and June. Each webinar features a live Q&A session in which ETS representatives from the GRE Program address your specific questions.
You can access the schedule of upcoming webinars and reserve your place here. Encourage your faculty, admissions staff and student advisors to sign up too.
If you're unable to participate, you can access the pre-recorded portion of the webcast at any time from our Information Center.
Speak directly with a GRE® representative at these upcoming events:
- AACSB International's Asia Pacific Regional Conference, May 23‑25, in Singapore
- Association of MBAs International Annual Conference for Deans and Directors (AMBA), May 25‑27, in Geneva, Switzerland
- NAFSA 2011 Annual Conference and Expo, May 29‑June 3, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) 2011 Annual Conference & Expo, May 31‑June 3, in Dallas, Texas
Visit us online for the latest list of upcoming conferences.
We offer additional resources for information on the GRE revised General Test, launching on
August 1, 2011.
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