There has never been a better time than now to take the GRE revised General Test. The flexible, test-taker friendly design can mean a better test experience. Plus, it is the only admissions test accepted by graduate and business school programs worldwide, giving test takers more opportunities for success.
In addition, the GRE Program recently introduced three changes that are good news for test takers in India and around the world. First, the new ScoreSelect option allows test takers to decide which GRE scores from their reportable history to send to the institutions they designate. This new option helps test takers approach test day with more confidence knowing they can send the GRE scores that they feel reflect their personal best.
Second, test takers can take the GRE revised General Test once every 30 days, and up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period. And third, the GRE revised General Test now has one global price, US$175, for all test takers worldwide regardless of where they test. These changes offer even more options and flexibility for test takers around the world.
The GRE revised General Test is administered at the following computer-based test centers in India:
• New Delhi
Register now for the GRE revised General Test at www.ets.org/
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