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    Learn the facts and see why the GRE General Test is a smart choice.

About GRE & UofSC

We have the answers to your questions. Graduate school is the next logical step and we have many resources to help you begin the process.  

Common Questions about the GRE

The GRE General is a standardized test that is used by many graduate programs and business schools as part of the application process. The test is administered by computer, but the GRE is not computer adaptive. The GRE measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that are not related to any specific field of study.

Educational Testing Services administers the exam and provides information on their official website for the GRE. The computer based test is offered at testing centers throughout the year.

Learn more about test content directly from the ETS website.

ETS gives an overview of how the GRE is scored on their website.

The GRE is used by programs in a variety of areas of study, including most social sciences, education, and some business schools. Check with the programs you are considering and find out whether or not they require or accept the GRE. The GRE is increasingly being accepted by business schools for entry into MBA and related programs.

You can contact ETS between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time at 1–866-473-4373 or visit their website.

Practice tests are available free from ETS, the writers of the GRE. You can download the Powerprep2 software from the GRE website.

Register online for the computer-based test via the ETS website.  

 

UofSC Graduate School Resources

The University of South Carolina offers a wide range of master's and doctoral degrees and provides the resources you need to help you make your decision. 


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