An advanced degree can create many opportunities for your future. And the GRE® revised General Test, the most widely accepted graduate admissions test worldwide, can help.
It's the only admissions test for both graduate and business school.
Plus, it features a test-taker friendly design and offers the new ScoreSelectSM option.
what do you need to know about the GRE® revised General Test? It depends on the region or country you plan to test in.
The GRE® revised General Test is administered throughout the world in the following formats: computer-based test and paper-based test. To find out what you need to know about the test, here's what you do:
The GRE revised General Test has one global administration fee of US$185 for all test takers
worldwide – regardless of where they test!
the computer-based test
The GRE revised General Test is administered on computer on a continuous basis in most areas of the world.
What you can expect with the computer-based test:
If you test in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Korea, the test is now taken in one session, all on the same day. There are 1–3 fixed test dates per month giving you more test dates from which to choose.
In areas of the world where the computer-based test is not available, a paper-based test is administered. The paper-based GRE revised General Test is administered up to 3 times a year in October, November and February.
What you should know about the paper-based test:
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