one test for graduate and business school. more opportunities for success.

Getting an advanced degree is a big step. And the GRE® revised General Test, introduced on August 1st, 2011, can help you get there. It's the one admissions test that's accepted by thousands of graduate and business school programs all over the world — which can mean more options for your future.

The test measures verbal and quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills acquired over time — skills that aren't related to a specific field of study, but important to all of them.

Plus, the GRE revised General Test offers a more flexible test-taking experience and questions that more closely reflect the kind of thinking you'll do in graduate or business school.
here's what you need to know:
  • Learn about the new test-taker friendly design: You can skip questions and go back to them, change or edit your answers — all within a section — and more, giving you the freedom to use more of your own personal test-taking strategies and style. (There's even an on-screen calculator!*)
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  • Find out about the new types of questions: There are new types of questions in the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections, many featuring real-life scenarios, that reflect the kind of thinking you'll do in today's demanding graduate or business school programs.
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  • Prepare for the test: Get the only FREE, official test prep materials available from the makers of the GRE revised General Test. It's as close to the actual test as you can get!
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  • Understand your GRE® scores: Find out how the test is scored, what your scores mean and when you can expect to receive your scores.
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  • Find a test center location: There are about 700 test centers all over the world.
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  • See top FAQs: What are the most common questions about the GRE revised General Test? Find them and the official answers here.
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  • Tested before August 1st, 2011? Here's where you'll find details about your scores and other important information. 

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