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- Check how much the GRE exam costs in your part of the world.
- Read the GRE reschedule and cancellation policies, as well as payment and refund information for the GRE.
- Read and understand the ID requirements for the GRE. You are responsible for bringing valid and acceptable ID when you report to a test center, and the ID must match the first and last name you used when creating your account and registering for the GRE.
- Create an ETS account to register for the test and get the most up-to-date test center information. Not all test centers are open on all dates. Watch a quick video on how to create your ETS account (or read a transcript of the video on how to create your ETS account).
- Determine which graduate institutions or fellowship sponsors you want to receive your GRE scores. You can designate up to four score recipients. If you prefer to send score reports later or want to send score reports to more than four recipients, you can send additional GRE score reports for a fee.
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GRE Prep Resources
- Official GRE Test Guide from ETS: You can purchase this guide once you create an ETS account online. Both the electronic and paperback versions of this 3rd edition guide currently cost $40 and cover all portions of the exam.
- POWERPREP PLUS Online from ETS: This is the latest official GRE test prep offering that helps to set you up for the experience of taking the computer-based GRE.
- Online GRE prep programs from The Princeton Review: This renowned college admission services company has a number of prep programs and tools for different types of learners. Starting at $499, you can enroll in an online prep program that allows you to study at your own pace or comes with a private tutor.