Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Information

Description: The GRE or Graduate Record Examination, is an entrance exam for graduate school administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). The GRE is administered as a computer-adaptive test (the paper-based test is no longer offered) composed of verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing sections.
Taking the
GRE Test:
To register for the test call 1-800-GRE-CALL (1-800-473-2255) or the testing center nearest you. Computer spaces fill up fast so be sure to call far enough in advance to reserve a spot. The cost for taking the test is listed at http://www.gre.org/testfee.html. Computer-based testing is available at PrometricTM Testing Centers (many Prometric Testing Centers are located inside Sylvan Learning Centers), and some colleges and universities. Other locations are listed on the ETS Website of Computer-Based Testing Centers.

The GRE may be taken at four locations in Utah:
 
Lindon - 0090
Prometric Testing Center
350 South 400 West
Suite 200
Lindon, Utah 84042
(801)226-2095
Salt Lake City - 5343
University of Utah
201 South 1460 East
490 Student Services Building
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
(801) 581-7310 
Logan - 7730
Utah State University
University Inn 115
0118 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322
(435) 797-1004
Taylorsville - 0086
Prometric Testing Center
5485 South 1900 West
Suite C
Taylorsville, Utah 84118
(801)355-5051
Getting your
GRE Results:
In order to meet admissions deadlines, you should plan on taking the GRE far enough in advance to allow your scores to arrive at the University.  Scores for the GRE are sent out within 10-15 days from the time you complete the test. 


For further information see the GRE Frequently Asked Questions or GRE Online