GRE Subject Exam is the test that measures your general interest in a specific subject. It assesses your knowledge in that particular subject and elevates your intelligence to gain new learning’s from the subject. Prior to registration for a GRE Subject Test, you are required to make an ETS Account. In addition to using your account to register for a test, you’ll also utilize it for other purposes –
The seven disciplines offered by the ETS are –
- Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
- Literature in English
Five steps to create your ETS Account for Subject test –
Sign up for the free GRE Search Service
Search service is a bridge between the aspirant and the college. By opting for this service you can send your GRE scores to the colleges. It gives you a fair idea of what is the minimum score required for a specific program in Graduate or B-schools. On the other end colleges may approach you when you have met a certain criterion for admission process in a specific program.
Review your scores
This is your personal account; you can check your previous or new GRE scores anytime from anywhere.
View, edit or cancel your registration
If you ever came across any kind of discrepancies in your form, you can change your details. Or due to any reason you are unable to take the exam you can cancel it at any point of time.
Order Additional Score Reports (ASRs)
Generally ETS sends the Score reports within 5-10 working days after the date when the test was attempted. In any case, the duration extends and you can again apply for an additional score report for which you have to pay US$27. The score report can be sent online via mail or message.
E-mail and Text Notification
Choose to receive important notifications concerning your test and scores through text messages in addition to email.
Note: If you previously have an account for TOEFL or Praxis programs, you can enter that user name and password as a returning user for your ETS account.You can make an account whenever, regardless of whether you plan to enroll for a GRE test or not. In any case, the name you utilize when you make your record will likely be the name you utilize when you enroll for the test, so it’s critical to ensure that it precisely matches the ID you plan to display upon arrival at your test location. In the off chance that it doesn’t, you might be disallowed from taking the test or your scores might be crossed out. It is important to keep this in mind when you register your name for the test