What are the preparation guides available?
You can avail sample questions, tips and more here
Alternatively, there are many books for GRE, some are listed below,
-Free GRE eBooks
-ETS Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test, 2nd edition
-Barron's new GRE
-Barron's Six Practice Tests
-Practicing to Take the GRE, 10th edition
How long does one require for GRE preparation?
A high score in GRE comes with 6-7 months of preparation. If you are good at maths and English (vocabulary, antonyms, analogies) you can score good with lesser time for preparation.
Can GRE be re-taken?
It can be re-taken once every 21 days, up to 5 times in a continuous rolling 12-month period.
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Can the test be re-scheduled?
Yes, the test can be re-scheduled four days prior to the actual test day, otherwise the fee will be fortified. Click here to know more
What is the fee to re-schedule?
Fee to re-schedule - $50.00
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Can the test be cancelled?
Yes, the test can be cancelled four days prior to the actual test day, otherwise the fee will be fortified. Click here to know more
Will the amount be re-funded if the test is cancelled?
Yes, but the refunded amount will be equivalent to half of the original test fee.
Can the test center be changed?
Yes, the test center can be changed four days prior to the actual test day, otherwise the fee will be fortified. Click here to know more
What must be taken to the test center?
The Identification proof (preferably passport or as per the requirement of the test center in your country) . Pen and parer to work out will be provided by the test center staff.
You will not be allowed to take mobile phones, scientific calculators, or other forms of electronic gadgets. Click here to know more
What happens if you do not turn up to the test?
The re-fund may be difficult to claim unless a strong proof for reason as to why you could not turn up is given.
What are the ways to re-schedule and cancel the test?
Online or by calling ETS Click here to know more
You can read more about GRE in the GRE in a nutshell- Part 1