Ordering Additional Score Reports (ASRs)
There are four ways to order Additional Score Reports (ASRs): online, by phone, by mail, and by fax. When ordering ASRs online, you have the most options for choosing which scores to send — you can select to send from your Most Recent, All or Any specific test administration of the GRE® General Test and/or Subject Tests. Additional score reports can be ordered for a fee of US$25 per score recipient. Currently, only scores earned on or after July 1, 2008 are available. See below for information on the score reporting options available for each ordering method.
To see the dates when scores will be available, see Getting Your Scores.
You can also send your official score reports to employers.
Ordering ASRs Online
- For the fastest processing, order additional score reports online. You will need to create or have a My GRE Account to use this service.
- When ordering ASRs online, you can select to send scores from your Most Recent, All or Any specific test administration of the General Test and/or Subject Tests. (These options are also available when you call GRE® Services to place an ASR order.)
- Credit/debit card only (American Express®, Discover®, JCB®, MasterCard® or VISA®) will be accepted.
- Once a request is submitted, it cannot be canceled, changed or refunded.
- Score reports will be sent to your designated institutions approximately five business days after your order is placed.
Ordering ASRs by Mail or Fax
- Download and complete the Additional Score Report Request Form.
- When ordering ASRs by fax or mail, you can select to send scores from your Most Recent test administration, All or Any test administrations of the General Test and/or Subject Tests.
- Mail it with the fee to the address on the form.
- Faxed requests are accepted if you pay by credit/debit card (American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA). The fax number is 1-610-290-8975.
- Once a request and fee is mailed or faxed, it cannot be canceled, changed or refunded.
- Score reports will be sent to your designated institutions approximately ten business days after your request is received.
Ordering ASRs by Phone
- You can order ASRs by phone if you call from a touch-tone phone, pay by credit/debit card (American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA) and have tested in the last five years.
- With the ASRs by phone service, you can send scores from All test administrations of the General Test and/or Subject Tests in the last five years. Note: The ScoreSelectSM Most Recent and Any options are not available when using the ASRs by phone service.
- To order, call 1-609-771-7290 or 1-888-473-7267 (toll free for test takers in the United States, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada). Before you call, have the following information ready:
- registration number, Social Security number or confirmation number
- test date
- date of birth
- institutions and fellowship sponsors approved to receive GRE scores
- department code list
- Call 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Time, seven days a week
- Wait for confirmation before hanging up to be sure your request is completed. Once information is entered, changes cannot be made.
- Score reports will be sent to your designated institutions approximately five business days after your call. You must wait until your scores are initially reported before you can use this service.
- This phone service allows you to request up to eight score recipients. To request more than eight, please call again.
Ordering a Paper Copy of Your Score Report
You can print an official Examinee Score Report for free from your My GRE Account. However, if you would like ETS to send you a copy, submit an Additional Score Report Request form and US$25 fee to receive a copy. Note: An Examinee Score Report is intended only for your information and personal records.
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