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from each General Test administration you select from your five-year reportable history will be made available as part of your score record to the institutions you designated to receive your scores on or after July 1, 2014. GRE Subject Tests Each Subject Test yields a total score on a 200 – 990 score scale, in 10-point increments, although the score range for any particular Subject Test is usually smaller. Subscores are reported for the Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology; Biology; and Psychology Tests on a 20 – 99 score scale, in one-point increments, although t range for any particular Subject Test subscore is usually smaller. Getting Your Scores • You will receive an email notification from ETS that your official scores are available in your ETS Account and that official score reports have been sent to your designated score recipients. • Visit your account at to view your scores and print your official Test Taker Score Report. Note that your official Test Taker Score Report is intended only for your information and personal records. • If you take the computer-delivered GRE General Test, you will view unofficial Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores at the test center; however, because of the essay scoring process, you will not view your Analytical Writing score at that time. Test centers cannot provide printed copies of your unofficial scores. • Scores for the computer-delivered GRE General Test will be available in your account, and your scores will be sent to your designated score recipients approximately 10 – 15 days after yo test date. • Scores for the paper-delivered GRE General Test and GRE Subjec Tests will be available in your account, and your scores will be sent to your designated score recipients approximately five wee after your test date.
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18 \ 2016–17 GRE Bulletin Score Reporting Score Reporting (continued) Reporting Your Scores Reportable History • For tests taken on or after July 1, 2016, scores are reportable for five years following your test date. For example, scores for a test taken on July 3, 2016, are reportable through July 2, 2021. • For tests taken prior to July 1, 2016, scores are reportable for five years following the testing year in which you tested (as indicated in the GRE Bulletin from that testing year). For example, scores for a test taken on May 15, 2015, are reportable through June 30, 2020. GRE scores earned in July 2011 are reportable until July 31, 2016. ScoreSelect ® Option With the ScoreSelect option, you can decide which test scores to send to the institutions you designate. On test day*, when viewing your computer-delivered General Test scores at the test center, you can choose not to send your scores at this time, OR you can select either option below for each of your four FREE score reports.
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