GRE Frequently Asked Questions

About the GRE

Accepted by thousands of graduate and business schools worldwide, the GRE revised General Test is a computer-delivered graduate-level standardized admissions test .
The test is available at Prometric Test Center throughout the year, Monday through Friday, based on availability.
The test is available at Prometric Test Center:

559 Bukit Timah Road
#03-02 Kings Arcade
Singapore 269695

The fee for the GRE revised General Test is US$205.
You may request a FREE diagnostic test. The test simulates the GRE, and will give you a good sense of your standing and developmental needs.
Yes. You can take the test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies even if you canceled your scores on a test taken previously. You may take the paper-delivered test as often as it is offered.
GRE provides the ScoreSelect option, which allows you to decide whether or not to let your target schools know about your scores.

On test day:

  • Most Recent option — Send your scores from your current test administration.
  • All option — Send your scores from all General Test administrations in the last five years.
  • None option — Do not send your scores at this time

After test day:

  • Most Recent option — Send your scores from your most recent test administration.
  • All option — Send your scores from all test administrations in the last five years.
  • Any option — Send your scores from one OR as many test administrations as you like from the last five years.

The schools you designate will only see the scores that you selected to send them. There will be no special indication if you have taken additional GRE tests.

About GRE Subject Tests

About GRE Prep Courses

Individual classes are scheduled as per the student’s convenience, subject to availability.

Group classes schedule is available here.

There are several different types of courses available. Please see GRE Prep Courses information.
The duration of preparation required depends on multiple factors:

  • Your target level of performance
  • Your initial level of performance
  • Number of hours you can devote to preparation every week
  • Speed at which you internalize the concepts and approach.

Most working professionals spend 3-5 months preparing for the GRE, though we have seen people take significantly less and significantly more as well.

It can be difficult to assess upfront how many hours you may need. That’s why we offer a refund guarantee on unused individual hours.

Buy the maximum number of hours your budget permits, because the more hours you buy upfront, the higher the discount you get. If at the end, you find you haven’t used up all the hours you bought, that’s not a problem. You can downgrade to a smaller package, and get a refund for the difference.