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If you are preparing to apply for Universities in US for Graduate School (Master of Science M.S.) as an International Student, you will have to take GRE. GRE exam is not free of cost.

GRE Cost varies between countries.

  • $150     General Test—U.S., U.S. Territories, and Puerto Rico
  • $205     General Test—China (including Hong Kong), Korea, and Taiwan. See Bulletin Supplement (PDF).
  • $180     General Test—All Other Locations

As you can see most of the countries GRE Cost is $180. You can get to forward Graduate Record Exam test score to 4 universities at end of the exam.

GRE Subject Test costs $150 for most of the countries. Some school require students to take GRE Exam Subject tests too. It will increase the chances to get admission in Grad School with Scholarship. As you can see the GRE Exam fess were changed after June 30, 2009.

Other GRE Exam Costs

  • $ 25     Late Registration Fee
  • $ 50     Standby Testing (paper-based test only)
  • $ 50     Rescheduling Fee
  • $ 50     Changing Your Test Center
  • $ 12     Scores by phone
  • $ 20     Additional score report  requests–per University

There are still more GRE Costs associated with different services provides by ETS. Refer to GRE Bulletin for more details. Above said GRE Costs can var and data presented above is how much GRE would cost at time of this article is written.

Can GRE cost be Waived?

ETS offers a limited number of GRE Test Fee Reduction Certificates on a first-come, first-served, basis that are available for college seniors and unenrolled college graduates who meet eligibility requirements.