The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test is used by graduate schools to determine your eligibility for enrollment. Although you won't get into graduate school based on your GRE scores alone, your performance may have significant impact on your chances for enrollment. In addition to increasing your chances of acceptance into graduate school, the higher your scores on the GRE, the greater opportunity you have for financial aid. As you can see, the GRE is a critical piece to your future as a graduate student in psychology. With the help of Kaplan, we put together a wealth of information to help you understand the GRE test and prepare for it properly. Much of the content in this section is provided by Kaplan, with whom we're happy to partner. If you're interested in test prep help, you should check them out. You should also check out Bench Prep, which has excellent test prep.
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