The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test is a computer adaptive test. The GRE is composed of analytical writing, verbal and quantitative sections.


Register for the test using your GRE Account.

GRE Website


Test taker must bring a valid photo-ID (ex. Government issued Driver's license, State ID, or Passport ) is in order to take the test.

Read the complete requirements here.

Getting your Scores

Unofficial scores are available onscreen at the end of your test. Official score reports are sent approximately 2 to 3 weeks after your test date.

For more information, please consult the GRE website.

On Test day

Examinees are to report to the test center 30 minutes prior to their testing appointment.

Examinees are strongly encouraged to consult the GRE website for policies and procedures related to attendance, cancellation, rescheduling and required identification.No electronic devices, food or drinks are allowed in the test room. The testing center staff will provide scratch paper and pencils.