Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

About GRE

About Test

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test designed to assess the skills necessary for success in graduate and business school programs. It measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills.

Why Take GRE?

GRE scores are a common requirement for admission to graduate programs globally. They serve as a valuable benchmark for evaluating candidates’ academic potential and preparedness for advanced study.



Students should have cleared undergraduation before applying for admission. GRE scores would not be valid if the aspirant does not clear undergrdauation.

General Facts

You can take the test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period

The GRE test is conducted in over 1000 tests centres across the world. Applicants can select a test centre depending on their location and convenience.


The GRE test results are usually available within 10 -15 calendar days. Test takers can get their GRE results online or from the test centre where they appeared for the test. ETS, the conducting body of GRE, sends test takers an email notification when their test results are out.


GRE test takers are allowed to send their scores to four graduate schools. Candidates have to select the four institutions at the time of registration through the Score Select option.


5 Years

GRE exam Registration Process

Step 1:


Signup on GRE official portal

Step 2:


Submit personal information

Step 3:


Profile detail submission

Step 4:


Selection of test center, date and time

Step 5:


Payment & completion of registration