2013 GRE Registration Information
Prometric, the company that administers the Revised GRE, works hard to ensure you can take the test at a time that's convenient for you. Unlike the SAT, ACT or MCAT, there are no standardized national testing dates set in stone for the computer-based GRE. The testing times vary from city to city and country to country, so completing your GRE registration is a little more complicated.
These GRE registration details are standard, though, so make sure you read and understand what you have to do:
- Revised GRE Fee Information
- You can register for the computer based GRE online, by phone (call 1-800-GRE-CALL) or by mail.
- You can register for the paper-based GRE by mail or online.
- The GRE testing appointments are 4 hours long – plan accordingly.
- You can't register online if you need a fee reduction, testing accommodations, Monday testing or standby testing.
- You can search by country, state, and city to find a testing location nearest to you.
- You can also search within a three-month time frame to find a testing appointment time that would work for you, and there are many options both during the week and on the weekends.
- When you complete your GRE registration online, you'll receive immediate confirmation as well as an email confirmation.
Important Info To Read Before Completing Your GRE Registration
- Revised GRE Information
- What's a Good GRE Score?
- The GRE Verbal Reasoning Section
- The GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section