Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
There are two types of GRE's: the General Test and Subject Tests. The GRE General Test is intended to measure critical thinking, analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning skills. The GRE Subject Tests are designed to measure undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study.
The GRE General Test is NOT offered at Gallaudet University. The GRE General Test is available in the Computer Adaptive format at testing centers around the United States (and in paper-based form at other sites around the world).
The GRE Subject Tests are offered twice yearly at Gallaudet University Career Center (and other testing locations). The GRE Subject Test is paper-based and is only required by certain graduate school programs. Be sure to check the graduate school of your choice before taking the test.
To take the GRE (either General or Subject test), you must register and pay in advance either on-line or by mail. Test registration and preparation materials are available at the Gallaudet University Career Center. For more information contact:
Graduate Record Examinations
Educational Testing Service
PO Box 6000,
Princeton, NJ 08541-6000