The list of things you must bring to the test center on the day of your GRE General Test is short:
If you have health-related needs requiring you to bring equipment, beverages or snacks into the testing room or to take extra or extended breaks, you need to request accommodations prior to registering.
Bring valid ID
You’re responsible for bringing valid and acceptable ID on the day of your test and each time you report to a test center. ID requirements vary depending on your country of citizenship and where you plan to test. The ID you present at the test center must exactly match (excluding accents) the name you used to register. If the test administrator questions the ID you present, you may have to provide supplemental ID.
Bring a mask
You must bring your own mask, or you won’t be admitted to the test center. Depending on the test center and/or local policy, you may be required to wear it some or all of the time you’re in the test center. You’re permitted to wear a mask even if it isn’t required. Medical masks and cloth face coverings are acceptable. Masks with valves or vents aren’t permitted. You may also bring rubber gloves to wear during the test, but they aren’t required.
Don't bring personal items
The only personal items you’ll be permitted to bring into the testing room are your ID and your mask. No other personal items are permitted. For the full list of prohibited items and items that may be inspected, see the Bulletin.
Before the test, test enter staff will provide instructions about where to store personal items. If you fail to follow test center staff instructions, you will not be permitted to test, and your test fee will not be refunded.