Computer-Delivered GRE General Test
The computer-delivered GRE General Test is offered year-round at Prometric test centers. It is also held on specific dates at additional testing locations outside of the Prometric test center network. Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
When selecting a test date, you should make sure that the scores will be reported in time for your application deadlines. For computer-delivered tests, scores reports are sent to your designated score recipients approximately 10–15 days after your test date. Thus, you should allow time for delivery of scores and processing by the institution.
You can take the computer-delivered GRE General Test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies even if you cancelled your scores on a test taken previously.
Paper-delivered GRE General Test
The paper-delivered GRE General Test and GRE Subject Test are available up to three times in a year. You can register online for the test by completing the appropriate registration form.
For paper-delivered testing in the United States and Puerto Rico,
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Late registration is available for online registration only for a fee of US$25. Late registration closes one week after the regular registration deadline.
The Monday test dates will be November 11, 2019 and February 3, 2020.
Paper-delivered testing in all other locations, including U.S. territories will be
Monday test dates will be November 11, 2019 and February 3, 2020.
When selecting a test date, make sure your scores will be reported in time for your application deadlines. For paper-delivered tests, scores reports are sent to the score recipients you designate according to the approximate score report mailing dates listed below. Please allow time for delivery of scores and processing by the institution.
You may take the paper-delivered GRE General Test as often as it is offered.
Is there any GRE Scholarship?
The answer is No. ETS does not offer any scholarship to those appearing for the test, even to the top scorers. Scholarships are granted by the B-schools based on overall merit of the candidates and not just on GRE scores.
GRE Fee Reduction Program
However, ETS offers a GRE Fee Reduction Program for those who can demonstrate financial need or those who are unemployed and receiving unemployment compensation and for national programs that work with underrepresented groups.
A GRE Fee Reduction Voucher may be used for one GRE® General Test and/or one GRE® Subject Test. Voucher users pay 50% of the regular test fee. Fee Reduction Vouchers cannot, however, be combined with other offers.
Beginning in July 2019, all test takers who receive a GRE General Test Fee Reduction voucher will also receive FREE access to the following GRE test preparation materials worth $100.
These are Powerprep Plus Online Practice Test 1 ($40 value), Powerprep Plus Online Practice Test 2 ($40 value) and ScoreItNow! Online Writing Practice ($20 value).
For those with financial need, ETS offers a limited number of GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers on a first-come, first-served basis to U.S. citizens or resident aliens who are college seniors or unenrolled college graduates.
Test takers approved for a need-based GRE Fee Reduction Voucher within the last calendar year who would like to retest can request an additional GRE Fee Reduction Voucher by completing and submitting the GRE Fee Reduction Request Form to ETS.
The current date must be within one calendar year of ETS receipt of your original Fee Reduction Voucher and Student Aid Report materials. Voucher numbers are sent to recipients via email within two weeks of ETS approval of the request.
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