GRE - General Test
The General Test, offered on the computer, is an adaptive test that is tailored to your performance level and provides precise information about your abilities using fewer test questions than traditional paper-based tests. The test measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills that have been developed over a long period of time and are not necessarily related to any particular field of study.
For complete test policies, visit http://www.ets.org/gre/
TEST DATES FOR 2017
Please refer to the GRE Registration site for a full list of dates available at site 0403 - The University of Arizona.
Dates and hours of operation vary and are offered throughout the week. Please follow the directions to register for your exam and select the best date/time that works for you.
If testing OUTSIDE your country of citizenship, you must present your valid PASSPORT. If testing WITHIN your country of citizenship you must present either a valid passport, driver's license, state ID, national ID, or a military ID with your signature, and a recent, recognizable photo.
It is your responsibility to read ETS's specified ID Requirements before registering for the test.
|*New Deadline: GRE examinees must rescedule or cancel no later than 3 FULL days before their appointment (not including the day of the original appointment or the day you make changes). Example: the deadline to reschedule/cancel a Friday appointment is Monday of that week. A GRE examinee who cancels an appointment by the deadline will receive a partial refund equivalent to half of the original test fee.|
Days and times of appointments vary throughout the semester. Registration is available online 24 hours a day by visiting www.ets.org/gre.
GRE Prep Course & Study Materials
For information on the University of Arizona Think Tank’s GRE Prep Course please click here. Feel free to also visit or call the Think Tank at (520) 626-3653.
Study materials are available online through the UA Bookstore.
GRE Practice Exam
Please call our office at 621-7589 to schedule a GRE practice test (PowerPrep). The charge is $15.00. If you are enrolled in a preparation course through the University THINK TANK, this fee is waived.
*NOTE: The essay portion of the GRE PowerPrep test is not graded. You will receive a score for the multiple choice portion.
The general code for the University of Arizona is 4832.
Please contact your College for specific Department codes.
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