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Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

an examination administered to graduates of institutions of higher learning. The scores are used as criteria for admission to master's and doctoral programs in many institutions and areas of specialization, including nursing. The examination tests verbal and mathematical aptitudes and abilities.
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The US Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), has long held a license from OFAC to do business in Iran and receive payments from Iran.
He discusses aspects of being a student, such as education, the Graduate Record Exam, recommendations, applying to graduate school, student loans and debt repayment, graduate programs and their elements, and dissertations, as well as licensure, starting and building a practice, managing finances, and self-care.
Some schools require specific preparation and credentials, such as standardized test scores from the Graduate Record Exam or Graduate Management Admissions Test, or an undergraduate degree in a science-based knowledge area such as engineering or mathematics.
Stephens, who has also coached students on the SAT, scored a 1550 on the original 1600-point exam and a perfect 1600 on the Graduate Record Exam.
Applications must include a statement of interest, three letters of recommendation, university transcripts and recent Graduate Record Exam scores.
The morning after, participants were given the practice versions of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), as well as a mock quiz on an academic lecture they received the previous afternoon.
During that time students will conduct research, learn to analyze literature and interpret data, and learn how to succeed in graduate school through academic mentoring and preparation for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
The Graduate Record Exam may be taken at certain testing sites offbase and DANTES will reimburse the Sailor for the cost of the test.
We've become a testocracy," she said of the singular importance given to tests such as the SAT, the Graduate Record Exam and the Law School Admission Test in determining admission to competitive colleges and graduate and law schools.
Current computer-based admissions tests include the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) for graduate school, the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) for business school, and the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) for medical school -- which just this summer announced it will change to a computer-based exam next year.
Also, the college ranked third in the quality of students it attracts, as measured by the Graduate Record Exam.
He has to his credit the publication of eight Laboratory Manuals in Biology, and has provided questions in cell biology and biochemistry for the Graduate Record Exam.

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