Yesterday, we looked at the changes that will be introduced to the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) in November. Todaym let's review how an aspiring student can sign up for the exam. Here are the registration details for GRE, 2007:
There are four ways to register:
Online registration using a Credit Card
Telephonic Registration using a Credit Card
Telephonic registration using a dollar demand draft
Postal Registration using a dollar demand draft.
You must log on to either www.ets.org/gre or http://www.prometric.com/ and follow the simple steps to register. In the end, you need to fill the details of the credit card to confirm registration. The confirmation is e-mailed to the address you provid on the online application.
You call 0124-4147700 and follow the simple steps to speak to the executive who will take down the registration information and credit card details in order to complete and confirm the registration.
Call 0124-4147700 and follow the simple steps to speak to the executive who will take down the registration information and dollar demand draft details. You then send the demand draft to the ETS-Gurgaon office. You will be given an available date at least 20 days after the receipt of your demand draft. You can not secure a date within those 20 days.
Log on to www.ets.org/gre to download the registration form. Send the completed registration form along with the demand draft to the ETS-Gurgaon office. You will be given an available date at least 20 days after the receipt of your demand draft. You can not secure a date within those 20 days.
Points to remember during the registration:
Test fee is $170 (about Rs 7,000).
You do not need your passport to register for the test. But you need it when you take your test.
You can register for any center in the world from any where around the globe.
Both the online and telephonic modes of payment are secure. Hence candidates may use either of those.
At the time of registration, you do not need your card physically with you. Rather the following information is required for registration:
1. Card type - Visa / Master Card etc.
2. Card Holder's Name as it appears on the card.
3. Card's expiry month and year
4. Card's CVV number (also called its security code) which is a 3 digit number on the back side of the card under the magnetic strip.
Debit card can not be used to register for GRE.
Part I: Changes to be introduced in November
Today: GRE Chat with TCY representatives at 3 pm
Atul Prashar is the Centre Head at TCY CHD. He has expertise in the skill building and development part of GRE.