Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) tests are taken by individuals applying to graduate or professional school. GRE offers two types of tests, the General Test and Subject Tests. The General Test, which is mainly taken on computer, measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills. The writing section consists of two analytical writing tasks, which replaced the analytical reasoning section on the general GRE after December 31, 2002. The Subject Tests measure achievement in subject areas that include biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, biology, chemistry, computer science, literature in English, mathematics, physics, and psychology. Each graduate institution or division of the institution determines which GRE tests are required for admission.
Individuals may take GRE tests more than once. Score reports only reflect scores earned within the past 5-year period.
Further information on the GRE may be obtained from
Graduate Record Examinations Board
Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08541