The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a test taken by most college seniors who wish to continue their education in general graduate programs. The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is designed for college seniors wishing to pursue a Masters of Business Administration (MBA). It is common for college seniors to take several graduate school tests in their last year of college to prepare for all possible career paths. Both of these tests allow test-takers to view their scores online, but the GRE allows scores to be revealed by phone, while the GMAT allows them to be revealed by mail or fax.

GRE Scores Online

Go to

Click the "sign in" link.

Enter your username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, follow the links to recover this information. Anyone who took the computer based GRE should already have a username and password.

Click "scores." Your GRE score report should appear.

GRE Scores by Phone

Gather your Social Security number, GRE confirmation number, or GRE test number. You may also be asked for your date of birth, testing date and institution where scores were originally sent.

Call 1-888-473-7267.

Answer the operator's questions.

Pay the $12 fee. You will then be told your score.

GMAT Scores Online

Go to

Click "My" at the top right of the page.

Log in to your account with your username and password. If you do not have a username and password, you can register for one in the box on the right.

Click "scores." Your GMAT score report should appear.

GMAT Scores by Mail or Fax

Go to

Click "GMAT."

Click "GMAT Scores and Score Reports" from the menu on the left.

Click "Sending Your Scores to Schools" link on the left.

Print the "Additional Score Report Request Form" located toward the middle of the page, and fill it out. Fax it the number on the form. You can also mail it to: Pearson VUE Attention: GMAT Program PO Box 581907 Minneapolis, MN 55458-1907 USA

Scores will take up to 8 weeks for delivery.

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