The GRE Test is a standardized exam that is used by many graduate schools in their admissions process. The GRE Test serves a similar function to the SAT and ACT Tests in that both are used by colleges and universities as a factor in admissions. Different institutions place varying degrees of importance on standardized tests, such as the GRE, and use them along with other factors such as GPA, class rank, community service, recommendations and extracurricular activities.
After August 1, 2011, the GRE Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning sections are scored on a scale of 130-170, with 1 point increments. The GRE Analytical Writing section is scored on a 0-6 scale with half-point increments. Your scores on the Verbal and Quantitative sections are based on your performance on the questions you were given and on the total number of questions answered in the time allotted.
The GRE Test does not have specific scheduled dates for the computer-based test in the U.S., Canada and many other countries. The GRE paper-based test, however, does have regularly scheduled test dates.
The GRE test is offered at thousands of locations through out the United States, Canada and U.S. Territories.
The GRE test is offered at thousands of locations through out the world (see locations below). For U.S. and Canada locations, see our GRE Locations in the US and Canada
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