Facing a big decision about what to do when you finish your undergraduate studies? Get a job? Go back to school? Both? No matter what route you choose to take after getting your undergraduate degree, taking the GRE® revised General Test while you’re still in school is a great move. You are already in the habit of studying and practicing for tests – so taking a GRE® test now while you’re still in test-taking mode will give you a lot of flexibility in the future. Scores are good for 5 years! Plus, the test is accepted by both graduate and business schools around the world – making it the one test that gives you more opportunities – no matter what graduate degree you decide to pursue!
The test-taker friendly design helps you approach test day with confidence because you can skip questions that you don’t feel sure about and come back to them later— and if you reconsider some of your responses, you can even change your answers. Plus, with the ScoreSelectSM option, if you feel you did not do your best on test day, it’s okay! You can take the test again and send only the scores you want schools to see. That’s a confidence booster and it’s an option you can only get with GRE® tests. Learn more about all the ways that the GRE revised General Test can help you get the Power of Confidence to do your best on the test and to make your next move, whatever that move may be. To learn more, visit http://www.takethegre.com/why-take-the-gre
Written by: Christine Betaneli, Manager External Communications at ETS