Your GRE test is less than 24 hours away, and you have prepared as well as you can. But you are worried about your performance. So what? So are thousands of other students. It’s okay to be worried. But you should keep it under control. Why? Because no matter how well prepared you are, your composure during those 4 hours decide where you will study your Master’s degree.
Conquering the GRE is more than just about conquering Math and Verbal. If you want to score higher, you will have to take care of other things as well. If you have the knowledge, however, of everything that concerns the test; and if you know exactly when to do what, then there won’t be any hassle on test day.
Here are a few GRE test day tips and strategies that will definitely help you on test day.
When was the last time GRE revised their test fee? Well, it has been over a year. On the 3rd of January, 2013, ETS increased the general test fee from $175 to $185, and now, they have done it again!
Just a couple of days ago, ETS has announced the revision of the GRE test fee. With effect from the 16th of May, 2014, the GRE will cost $195 for the test takers around the world, as opposed to $185 previously. The new test administration fee reflects an increase of $10, so applicants should take the new fee into consideration when paying for the GRE.
In addition to the test fee, some of the other costs that are related to the GRE have also been raised. As it was earlier, the price for taking the test also includes free score reporting to as many as 4 universities. However,
There are a few questions that have lately been on the minds of GRE aspirants. ‘Is ETS planning to introduce negative marking system in the GRE? Will the GRE pattern change from next March?’
After all the changes that the GRE has been through over the past couple of years, it is understandable that thousands of students are worried about this news. Many students have despairingly contacted us to find out the truth behind these rumors. To find out the validity of these claims, we decided to get an official confirmation from ETS.
After persistent efforts for over a week, we received a reply from ETS. Here it is: