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GRE Tutor – Prep Information for the GRE

GRETutor.com is an independent source of important information on the GRE. We'll help you effectively prepare for the GRE, receive your best possible scores, and get accepted to the graduate program of your choice. The GRE is owned and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to "advance quality and equity in education for all people worldwide." If you're applying to graduate school in the United States, there is a very good chance that you'll be required to take the GRE, which is used by admissions committees for programs in most academic disciplines. The GRE is also accepted by postsecondary institutions in many other countries.

To navigate this website, please click on the links on the left side of the page. "About" includes general information that is important for test-takers, and "Registration" will help you select a test date and get signed up. The "Sections" link features an overview of GRE content, while "Preparation" covers the available methods of studying for the test. See "FAQ" for answers to questions often asked by GRE students, and to email us for more specific information, click on "Contact."

ETS currently administers the GRE at over 1,000 test centers in 160 countries around the world. Graduate school applicants can take the computerized GRE throughout the year, up to five times in any 12-month period (although there is a mandatory 21-day wait between test attempts). The GRE paper test is still in limited circulation, but it is only available in countries without electronic testing capabilities. Students preparing for the exam should consult the ETS website's GRE section, which allows students to select test dates and centers, purchase official preparation materials, and register for the test online.