The ETS, which considering the modification in GRE, even revealed the date of implementation once again given the relief of shy to the trainees by delaying its execution for exactly a year. The extremely anticipated and complex changes to the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) will begin in October 2017 rather than October 2016, an entire year later in the fall of 2017, business authorities announce last week.
Another wave of changes has swept over the Graduate Record Examination according to the Educational Testing Service, which, starting in October 20016 postponed till October 2017, will affect the around 400,000 U.S. students who take the test each year. "It will undergo its most significant overhaul from October 2017 in the 57 years of GRE history. ETS thinks the delay will much better serve test takers and graduate institutions throughout the country as ETS shifts from the existing computer system- and paper-based forms of the test to the new Internet-based (iBT) version.
" The higher education and graduate neighborhoods are thrilled about the revised GRE," discusses Mari Pearlman, Senior Vice President of ETS's Higher Education Division. "They worked with us to produce this modified test, and they are anticipating utilizing this test. The new launch schedule will allow us to finish the expansion of our Internet-based screening operations worldwide."