Prevention. Detection. Communication.
ETS has developed and continues to refine its three-pronged approach of prevention, detection and communication over its 70-year history as the world's largest nonprofit educational measurement and research organization. Many of the test security practices pioneered by ETS have become the industry standard and have been adopted by other companies and organizations around the world.
The ETS Office of Testing Integrity constantly monitors testing, investigates security issues, conducts unannounced audits and works to ensure score validity worldwide. ETS spends over $50 million annually on security for test center operations, test-taker identification and monitoring, internet security, proctor and supervisor training, final score reporting, and post-testing analytics.
* The information presented describes the approach to security for the computer-delivered GRE® General Test. Comparable security measures are in place for the paper-delivered GRE General Test.