The Essential Role of GRE® Scores in Graduate Admissions
Transparency, Inclusivity and Predictability
Alberto Acereda, formerly a department chair at Arizona State University, became Executive Director of Global Higher Education at ETS earlier this year. Here, he discusses three key trends shaping graduate admissions.
GRE Fee Reduction Program Gets Even Better
Changes to the GRE Fee Reduction Program are intended to help further reduce barriers for students with financial need — such as giving a $100 value in free test prep to those who receive a 50 percent fee reduction on test fees.
Redesigned GRE Website Helps Visitors Find Key Resources
Changes to the GRE institutional website make it easier to find resources to help you plan for the admissions process, interpret GRE scores, understand test validity and fairness, and advise students interested in pursuing a graduate education. The home page also emphasizes that the GRE tests are rooted in the ETS mission, guided by the GRE Board and backed by research.
GRE Search Service Helps You Find Your Best Prospects
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