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About the GRE

Taking the Graduate Record Exam, or GRE, is a key step in applying for grad school. Our test prep tips and news offer valuable insights as you prepare for the GRE.

Best Business Schools That Accept the GRE

More business schools are now accepting prospective students' GRE scores as part of their applications. Find out which MBA programs accept the GRE as an alternative to the GMAT for admissions.

GRE, GMAT Get a Makeover

Modifications to the GRE and GMAT aim to more accurately assess real-world skills. Here's what you need to know about the changes.

How International Students Can Prepare for the GRE

International students should see if there’s a way to prepare for the exam once in the U.S.

Graduate Schools Quantify Your Potential

Some schools use the Personal Potential Index to assess applicants' knowledge and creativity, communication skills, teamwork, resilience, planning and organization, and ethics and integrity.

Test Prep Goes Mobile

Test preparation applications–such as Watermelon Express and Easel–can help boost your scores via unconventional means.

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About the GRE
The GRE® Tests: Get the Facts

The GRE® revised General Test is accepted at thousands of graduate and business school programs all over the world. Find out more at takethegre.com.

The GRE® revised General Test is the most widely accepted graduate admissions test.



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