The GRE® tests were created more than 70 years ago to have an objective lens through which all graduate applicants could be compared, regardless of their background. The GRE Program’s dedication to fairness exemplifies nonprofit ETS’s mission to help advance quality and equity in education for all people.
Today, GRE scores are used by thousands of graduate and professional schools around the world, including business and law, to help successfully identify applicants who are academically prepared for graduate-level work and to help enroll a diverse student body.
GRE® General Test
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GRE® Subject Tests
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Fairness and Validity
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- How does ETS support graduate and professional schools?
Institutions that receive GRE scores have free access to the ETS® Data Manager, a convenient online portal for score reporting and more. The GRE® Search Service, our cost-effective recruiting service, enhances your student outreach efforts. ETS also provides advice on designing validation studies at no charge.
- Who can I contact to get the additional information I need before deciding to become a GRE score user?
You can contact the GRE Program by email at email@example.com or by phone at 1-609-683-2002.
- What accommodations does ETS provide for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs?
ETS leads the industry in testing accommodations. For the GRE General Test, these accommodations include extended time/breaks, screen magnification, selectable colors, JAWS® screen reader and refreshable braille. The test is also offered in a variety of forms, including braille and large print. Learn more.
- GRE® Guide to the Use of Scores
- Information for Business Schools
- Information for Law Schools
- Holistic Admissions Strategies for a Stronger Graduate Program