Many people about to take the GRE get confused by the GRE ID requirements. What types of ID are allowed? What does your ID need to include? The rules can seem complicated, but it’s critical to understand them because, if you don’t have a proper ID, you won’t be able to take the exam.
In this guide we go over every type of ID the GRE accepts, what your ID must include, what can’t be used as a GRE ID, and what to do if you can’t meet these ID requirements.
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The GRE is a long and important exam that most people spend weeks, if not months, preparing for. But did you know that one of the sections doesn’t actually count toward your final score?
In this article, we go over everything there is to know about the GRE experimental section, including what it is, how it differs from the GRE research section, and how it affects your test prep.
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Is a GRE to IQ score conversion actually possible? Although the two tests differ greatly, many people continue to wonder whether there is a direct relationship between GRE scores and IQ.
For this article, we’ll start by covering the different functions of the GRE and IQ tests. Then, I’ll explain why it’s not possible to accurately convert your GRE scores to an IQ. Finally, we’ll examine the problem with attempting to correlate GRE scores with intelligence.
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GRE test day is around the corner, but you’re not feeling particularly confident and you find yourself suddenly questioning your choice to apply to grad school. You wonder, “Can I cancel the GRE?” Yes, you can! But the real question is, should you cancel the GRE?
In this guide, we’ll cover all of the basics of canceling a GRE exam, including the rules for getting a refund and how much it costs. We’ll then give you step-by-step instructions on how to cancel a GRE test appointment in addition to a few tips on when it’s better to cancel or reschedule a test.
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Not sure what to expect on GRE test day? What time should you arrive? What should you bring with you? What will it be like in the test center?
In this guide, we answer everything you need to know about the GRE test day. We’ll explain what you need to have ready before test day, how you should spend the morning before you leave for the test, how check-in will go at the test center, and last-minute GRE tips to keep in mind during the exam. When you know what to expect on the exam and the GRE test day tips you need to follow, you can stop worrying about test day and focus all your energy on doing well on the GRE.
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When you first start thinking about graduate school, you’ll probably want to know: how long does it take to get a master’s degree? In general, it takes one to three years, but the exact length depends on the programs you’re interested in.
In this article, we’ll break down the factors that impact how many years a master’s degree takes. We’ll also discuss some things that can make a degree take longer than initially projected, and some potential avenues for speeding through your studies!
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Sending GRE scores should be a simple process, but sometimes it’s as tricky and complicated as the GRE itself is. What’s the easiest way to send GRE scores? How much does it cost to send GRE scores? And what is “ScoreSelect” anyway?
In this article, we’ll go over exactly how to send GRE scores. We’ll start by looking at the various types of score reports and how much it costs to send GRE scores before explaining how to make sure your scores get to your schools by application deadlines.
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Preparing for and taking the GRE can be a long, involved process: there’s lots of information to process and and complicated bureaucracy to navigate. But we’re here to help you along! In this article, we’re bringing you a robust GRE FAQ section for all of your GRE sticking points. We’ll cover GRE frequently asked questions about the logistics of the test; planning, preparation, and test content; test format and delivery, and wrap up with answers to your questions on GRE scores.
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You may think that all your work is over once you’ve finished taking the GRE, but you still have to send your scores to schools you’re interested in. That’s where GRE Score Select (or ScoreSelect) comes into play.
What is GRE ScoreSelect? How does it work? How does it affect your grad school applications? GRE ScoreSelect has some key differences compared to other score reporting programs, and in this guide we’ll go over everything you need to know to become an expert on your GRE score choice options.
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Have you taken the TOEFL or will be taking it soon and aren’t sure how to send your scores to schools? It’s important to understand the process of sending TOEFL score reports to make sure your scores are properly sent and received in time.
Read this guide to learn exactly how to send TOEFL scores to schools as well as all the information you need to know about costs, how long it takes for schools to receive your scores, and final tips for sending TOEFL score reports.
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