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GRE FAQ's




1. When should one take up the GRE?


If you are applying for the Fall Semester (Aug-Sep) , it would be ideal if you have your GRE score latest by September of the previous year. The TOEFL can be taken sometime after the GRE (say, mid-September) so that by November, all the scores and the selection of universities can be made.

If you are applying for the Spring Semester (Feb), it would be ideal to have your GRE score by March of the previous year.


2. What is the preparatory material required for GRE?

  • You could have a look at the Seagull GRE Test Prep
  • You could also start off with basic reading and books like ‘How to build a better Vocabulary’ and ‘All about words’ by Norman Lewis and Rosenblum
  • The ETS also provides a Powerprep software when you register for the GRE.


3. How do I register for the GRE computer-based General Test?


In the United States
, U.S. territories, and Canada there are three ways to register for the GRE computer-based General Test.

  • Online- Credit card required.
  • Phone - Call 1-800-GRE-CALL (1-800-473-2255), 1-443-751-4820, or a test center directly. Credit card or voucher number required.
  • Mail - Download and complete the Authorization Voucher Request Form (PDF). Mail it with your payment to the address printed on the form.



 


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