Graduate School Admissions Tests FAQs
What kinds of admissions tests are there?
When should I take admissions tests?
When should I sign up for admissions tests?
Do I have to take a GRE Subject Test?
Subject Tests are only offered three times a year-in April, November, and December. You must sign up for Subject Tests approximately six weeks in advance. Not all Subject Tests are available on every date, so check the GRE website for test availability well in advance.
Where can I find information about graduate school admissions tests?
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) - The official site for the GMAT. Includes information on all aspects of the GMAT, plus online registration.
Ets.org - Information on test registrations for many graduate entrance exams
Number2.com - Free online preparation tests
Testmasters - Students can take publicly available exams, submit their responses for online grading, and receive feedback along with a professionally printed score report at no charge. The website also offers free essay grading.
TestPrepPractice.net - various standardized tests like GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, MCAT, LSAT, SAT and 50 other major tests. We offer ample information through detailed articles regarding each aspect of these tests. Our website also contains free practice tests, customized according to the format and syllabus of the respective tests.
Free Practice Tests (Varsity Tutors) - a comprehensive suite of completely free practice tests, flashcards, and questions of the day for standardized tests and academic subjects of all levels
Are special accommodations available for students with disabilities?
Yes. Most exams have accommodations for students with disabilities. Check out the following links to find out more. Also, Disability Access Services can help students navigate this process by providing a letter that they are eligible for accommodations here at OSU.