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The GRE® Subject Tests

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GRE Subject Test Registration

The GRE Subject Tests are offered up to three times a year in September, October and April at paper-delivered centers worldwide. You can take only one Subject Test per test date. Review the following information carefully before registering.

Schedule Your Test


Already familiar with the policies and procedures and ready to register? Let’s get started!

Your ETS Account


Find out what you can do in your ETS account and watch videos about creating your account and registering to test.

Where to Test


Learn more about your testing options, and search for test centers near you.

ID Requirements


ID requirements vary based on where you plan to test and your country of citizenship.

Fees


Find out how much it will cost to take a GRE Subject Test and see other test-related fees.

Disability accommodations

Learn how to submit your request for accommodations and register to test, and download the Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities and Health-Related Needs.

Registration information and policies

For an in-depth look at all of the GRE Subject Test registration policies and procedures, download the GRE® Information Bulletin. The Bulletin includes:

  • Registration Checklist — a list to help you familiarize yourself with the various policies, services and registration options
  • How to Register — information about how to register online through your ETS account or by mail
  • Canceling and Rescheduling — the policies related to canceling or rescheduling your test
  • Testing Arrangements — information about supplementary test centers for those who don’t live near enough to a test center, Monday testing for those whose religious convictions prevent Saturday testing, and standby testing

Registration forms and lists

Retaking a GRE Subject Test

You may take a Subject Test as often as it is offered. If your scores seem unusually low in comparison with other indicators of your preparedness for graduate studies, and you think they don’t reflect your true abilities, you may want to consider taking the test again.