GRE 2013- To Have Extended Number of Seats In Dec

Extended Number of Seats For GRE
The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) programme is expected to increase its number of seats in December. Christine Betaneli the official of the Programme said that seat allocation had been increased as the test had become more popular following the recent changes in test design.


The GRE which recently introduced the score selection option, test retake policy and a lower test fee from this year. "We urge test-takers to register to the new test dates as soon as possible, before these seats are filled. The details have been uploaded to the website"said Betaneli.

"This new option helps test takers approach the test day with more confidence, knowing they can send the GRE scores that they feel reflect their personal best", he added.

This new score select option allows test-takers to decide which GRE scores from their reportable history should be sent to the institutions they designate. From now on, test takers can attempt the exam once every 30 days, and upto five times within any continuous rolling 12 month of time period.

These changes offer even more options and flexibility for test takers around the world. GRE is the only admissions test accepted by graduate and business school programmes world wide, giving test-takers more opportunities at international universities.

It is the increase in number of B schools accepting GRE Scores which has further led to the increase in seats for GRE exam. A huge count of aspirants prefer GRE over GMAT these days.

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