The GRE® Subject Tests are seven achievement tests, each measuring knowledge of a particular field of study for graduate and professional school admissions.
The GRE® Subject Tests are seven achievement tests, each measuring knowledge of a particular field of study.
Who are the GRE® Subject Tests for?
The GRE® Subject Tests are intended for students who have an undergraduate major or extensive background in one of the following seven disciplines:
- Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
- Literature in English
(The GRE® Computer Science Test was discontinued following the April 2013 administration.)
How can the GRE® Subject Tests be used?
The GRE® Subject Tests are used to evaluate students for graduate programs, business schools and fellowships.
Where and when are the GRE® Subject Tests administered in Greece?
The Hellenic American Union is an official test center in Greece only for the GRE® Subject Tests.
View the paper-based test center lists for the GRE® revised General Test and GRE® Subject Tests.
Where can I find information about GRE® tests and registration?
The 2021-2022 GRE® Information and Registration Bulletin (.pdf) contains information about GRE® tests, policies and procedures for testing and GRE® services and publications, in effect from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
If I have a disability can I take the GRE® tests?
The 2021-2022 Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs (.pdf) contains registration information for test takers with disabilities and health-related needs.
More information about test takers with disabilities is also available at the relevant ETS® official webpage.
Where can find information about GRE® tests scores?
The following documents provide information on scores:
- Interpreting Your GRE® Scores (.pdf)
- Guide to the Use of GRE® Scores (.pdf)
More information about scores is also available at the relevant ETS® official webpage.