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Register for the GREŽ Paper-based General Test





Register for the GREŽ Paper-based General Test

Paper-based GRE General Test administrations are offered in areas of the world where computer-based testing is not available. You can register for a paper-based administration online or by mail.

Online Registration (credit card only) (Note: Not available to examinees testing in Nigeria.)

Online registration is not available for the following services:

  • Fee Reduction
  • Arrangements for nonstandard testing accommodations
  • Monday testing
  • Standby testing
  • Supplementary test centers

Mail registration

(credit card/money order/certified check)

Download and complete the registration form (PDF) found in the GREŽ Bulletin and mail the completed form with payment to the address printed on the form. The form must be received at ETS by the registration deadline. Allow four weeks for processing. Registration forms cannot be faxed.

Register for the FREE GREŽ Search Service

Don't miss this opportunity to hear from graduate schools that are searching for students like you. The GRE Search Service matches prospective graduate students with participating graduate schools and fellowship sponsors. If you match the recruitment profile of a participating institution/organization, you may be sent information about graduate programs, admission requirements, financial aid opportunities, fellowships, and other graduate education opportunities.

You will be given the option to be included in the Search Service when you register for a GRE test. Anyone considering graduate study, whether or not they are registered for a GRE test, may also register for the GRE Search Service. To register for the GRE Search Service only, use the online GRE registration form.

When you register for a GRE test, or if you participate in the Search Service, you will be asked to provide background information about yourself. This information is collected for analysis samples, score interpretation data, group statistics, and research studies. If you register to participate in the Search Service, your background information, contact information, and the broad score bands in which your test scores fall will be added to the GRE Search Service database so that participating graduate schools and fellowship sponsors can locate you.

Beginning in December 2007, participating graduate schools and fellowship sponsors can search the database on broad GRE score bands in combination with undergraduate grade point average (UGPA). The score bands for the Verbal measure, Quantitative measure, and the Subject Tests are 90 points or greater (e.g., 600 to 690) and the score bands for the Analytical Writing measure are a half point or greater (e.g., 4.5 to 5.0). Information on broad score bands or individual GRE test scores will not be part of the output provided to Search Service users.

Information provided to participating schools about you may include any of the following:

  • personal information: address, gender, ethnic background, citizenship status, telephone number, and e-mail address
  • educational background: current educational status, undergraduate institution name, UGPA, undergraduate major, and date of graduation
  • educational objective: field in which you plan to do your graduate work, preference of full-time or part-time graduate study, degree objective, preferred geographic region for graduate study, and intended date of enrollment in graduate school.

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