If you’re planning to take the GRE in 2018 or 2019, you may want to start preparing your GRE schedule. Unfortunately, ETS only releases GRE test dates about a year in advance. However, we’ve done the hard work of scouring past test date patterns to predict future GRE testing dates.
This guide predicts the 2018-2019 GRE test dates with a fair amount of certainty, and we’ll update the test dates when there’s new information from ETS. We’ll also discuss the importance of planning when you’re going to take the general GRE and give you four important factors to consider when deciding on your GRE exam date.
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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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With your academic future at stake, it’s critical that you don’t miss a grad school deadline! Luckily, in this total guide to grad school application deadlines, we’ll review when most graduate school deadlines are and some special application deadline situations. Finally, we’ll help you figure out how you should best approach grad school deadlines in your own planning.
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Feel like you’re running out of time before test day? I know the feeling. The GRE is a tricky, intimidating test, but you’re going to have to brave it at some point. Still, what if something serious comes up on test day? Or what if you’re struggling to find time to study for it? Is it possible to just reschedule the GRE?
The good news is, you can reschedule GRE dates. But whether you should reschedule is an entirely different matter. In this article, we’ll give you step-by-step instructions on how to reschedule the GRE. We’ll also take a look at rescheduling fees, how rescheduling procedures differ by country, and when it’s OK (and not OK) to reschedule the GRE test.
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Once you’ve taken the GRE, you probably don’t ever want to take it again. But unfortunately, GRE scores don’t last forever. So how long are GRE scores good for? What does it mean for scores to expire, and why do they? Get all the answers here.
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Wondering when you can take the GRE? In this article, we’ll cover the most current information about GRE test dates for 2017 and 2018. We also explain everything you should consider before deciding on a test date.
The computer-based GRE can be administered throughout the year, so there’s plenty of times to choose from, but you should still be strategic about which GRE exam date you pick. This guide will help you plan ahead to ensure your GRE (and grad school) success!
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