To study graduate programmes at a foreign university, you will need to take the Graduate Record Exam, commonly known as GRE. GRE is one of the biggest and the most common examinations for admission to Graduate schools abroad such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Stanford University; King's College, London, and more. The examination is conducted by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).
Updates on GRE (COVID 19 Alert)
Due to the currently prevailing pandemic, ETS has launched a GRE General Test Special Home Edition. This was launched from 2nd April 2020. Now, candidates from around the world, except in Iran and mainland China, will be able to take the GRE exam from home. The registrations are now open for June 2020 dates. However, before registering, candidates will be required to ensure that they meet the requirements set by the ETS for equipment.
The at-home testing solutions functions similar to the one at the test centre. Test takers will be able to preview, review, skip questions and change answers while taking the test at home. ETS will be publishing the Subject Test administration dates for the year 2020-21 from June 2020. The same will be updated here as well. For now, ETS has also waived off rescheduling fee for the test takers.