As another school year begins, the GRE® Client Relations team is heading back on the road to provide you with additional opportunities to learn about the GRE® revised General Test.
This month, we begin our expanded outreach program, designed to help communicate all the information the graduate community needs to know about the GRE revised General Test, launching August 1, 2011. This issue's Top Story will outline the outreach program and discuss opportunities for the graduate community to learn directly from the GRE Client Relations Team.
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The GRE revised General Test:
Back to School, Back on the Road
In this issue's Top Story, we share how the GRE Client Relations Team will be on the road — bringing information about the launch of the GRE revised General Test to the graduate community. You'll learn about some of the upcoming meetings, conferences and special events planned for the months to follow — plus find out about further outreach activities planned to provide even greater geographic coverage.
You can download this Top Story by clicking on the link below.
GRE Briefing for Test Preparation Publishers
ETS recognizes that test preparation publishers often play an influential role in informing test takers about the admissions process for graduate and business school.
To help ensure that these organizations have accurate information about the GRE revised General Test, including test changes, timing and deadlines, ETS is holding a GRE briefing for test preparation publishers in Princeton, N.J., on September 29, 2010. Invitations have been extended to representatives from the test preparation publishing industry.
Be sure to check the GRE Information Center periodically for announcements about other upcoming events, new helpful videos and additional resources.
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