ETS has introduced an at-home testing solution for the GRE General Test for test takers who have been affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Students have been able to take the GRE at home since 27 March, 2020.

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Online registration is open in the following countries and administrative regions: United States, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Hong Kong (China), and Macau (China). ETS is working toward making these at-home solutions available in additional locations in the coming weeks. Many scheduling options will be available for each test, with numerous test times each week.

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Content and format are the same

The at-home solution is identical in content, format, on-screen experience, scoring and pricing as the GRE General Test taken at a test centre. Every test feature that students would expect in the test centre — such as the ability to preview, skip questions, review and change answers on the GRE General Test — will still be available to test takers via this solution.

The test will employ multiple security measures that use both real-time human monitoring and artificial intelligence technology to see and respond to even the hardest-to-detect incidents.

To register for the at-home option for the GRE General Test, students can sign in or create an ETS account. Once logged in, students can select and pay for their test, and upon doing so will receive an email from ProctorU with instructions on how to schedule their test date and time.

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