When can I see my GRE® scores online?
You can view your official GRE® revised General Test and GRE® Subject Test scores online in your My GRE® Account about 10 to 15 days after your computer-delivered test date. If you take the paper-delivered test, your scores will be posted approximately six weeks after your test date. If you designated score recipients on or before test day, your official score reports will be sent directly to them around the same time as your scores are available online.
Can I get a paper copy of my official score report?
You can print your Test Taker Score Report anytime when viewing your scores through your My GRE® Account. Just click the print button on the page.
How and when do I designate schools to receive my GRE® scores?
Four FREE score reports are included with your test registration fee and are sent to the schools or fellowship sponsors you select. If you take the computer-delivered test, you can select score recipients at the test center after you view your unofficial scores. If you take the paper-delivered test, you can choose score recipients during registration or on your admission ticket correction stub.
Where do I find institution codes?
Institution codes can be found here.
When will the schools I designated receive my scores?
At about the same time as your scores are available in your My GRE® Account, your official score reports are sent to the schools you designated. If you take the computer-delivered test, it is about 10 to 15 days after your test date. If you take the paper-delivered test, it is about six weeks after your test date. Delivery times to institutions will vary depending on location. Learn more about sending your scores.
My designated schools have not received my scores yet. What can I do?
You can review the details of the score recipients you designated, including the reporting dates, by logging in to your My GRE® Account and selecting "View Scores and Score Recipients" under Scores on the main menu. If you see that scores were sent, you may want to contact the school again. If you see the school is not included on your list, you will need to order Additional Score Reports (ASRs). Learn more about ASRs.
How do I send my scores to additional schools?
To send score reports to schools after your test date, you will need to order Additional Score Reports (ASRs) from ETS for a fee. Learn more about ASRs.
What is the difference between unofficial and official scores?
If you took the computer-delivered test, the scores you see at the end of the test are your unofficial Verbal and Quantitative scores. About 10-15 days after your test date, your official scores from those sections, as well as your official Analytical Writing scores, will be available in your My GRE® Account.
If I take the GRE® revised General Test or GRE® Subject Test more than once, which scores do I send?
With the ScoreSelect® option, you get to decide which scores to send to schools. That means you can send ONLY your best scores, and ONLY the scores you want schools to see. Just knowing you have that option can help you feel more confident on test day. Learn more about the ScoreSelect® option.
Which graduate and business school programs accept GRE® scores?
Thousands of graduate and business school programs around the world accept GRE® scores for admissions. Here’s the complete list of graduate and fellowship programs that accept GRE® scores.
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What score do I need to achieve to be accepted by a university?
Universities and programs that accept GRE® scores set their own score requirements; therefore requirements can vary by institution and program. It is recommended that you contact the institutions directly to fully understand their requirements. For a full list of schools that accept GRE® scores visit: See the full list of schools that accept GRE® scores.