Great news! We are now just one year away from the launch of the GRE® revised General Test — beginning on August 1, 2011.
We thought it would be useful to devote this issue's Top Story to a recap of the exciting news we've shared with you about the GRE revised General Test so far — and what these upcoming changes will mean to both institutions and test takers.
We'll also share with you our latest video, "Around the World," which explores the rise of test-taker mobility, and offers important information about the GRE revised General Test to advisors and educators who recruit and advise students from around the world.
We hope you find this information helpful, and encourage you to share it with colleagues and faculty as we draw closer to the launch of the GRE revised General Test.
The GRE revised General Test Team
P.S. If you have any questions, please contact our Helpline at GREhelpline@ets.org.
The GRE revised General Test:
Exciting Changes Ahead
In this issue's Top Story, we'll be exploring what the launch of the GRE revised General Test will mean to the graduate community. We will examine how the test format and content will be different, give an overview of the new score scale and provide important test-taker information, including a limited-time 50% savings offer.
You can download this Top Story by clicking on the link below.
You can read the complete version of each Top Story we have covered to date by accessing past issues of eUPDATE at the GRE website.
The GRE revised General Test:
Around the World
In our latest video, ETS leaders and other members of the global graduate and business school communities discuss the rise of test-taker mobility. In addition, we share important information for advisors and educators who recruit and advise students from around the world.
You can view all of our current videos by visiting the GRE website and scrolling down to Videos.
To help test takers get ready for the GRE revised General Test, free, official test preparation materials are now available on the GRE website. These include our Powerprep® II Software for the computer-based GRE revised General Test and The Practice Book for the Paper-based GRE® revised General Test.
Until the GRE revised General Test replaces the current GRE® General Test in August 2011, free test preparation materials for the current test will continue to be available on our website . If you have any students intending to take the current test, let them know to use these preparation materials.
The " Advisor Information Kit" is an online resource developed to help advisors understand the changes to the GRE revised General Test and communicate them to students. It will soon be available on the GRE website — watch for the announcement in a future eUPDATE.
Be sure to check the GRE Information Center periodically for announcements about upcoming Test Preparation Workshops for Campus Educators, as well as other events.
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