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from the testing room at any time, or write on anything other than the paper provided (e.g., computer or workstation). • If at any time during the test you have a problem with your computer, or for any reason need the administrator, raise your hand. • Testing premises are subject to videotaping. • The GRE General Test includes an optional 10-minute break afte the third section and one-minute breaks between the remaining sections of the test. These break times cannot be exceeded. You are required to remain in the test center building or in the immediate area. You are not permitted to go outside the test center building unless it is to use the restroom during the test administration, including breaks. • If you need to leave your seat at any time other than the break, raise your hand; timing of the section will not stop. • You will have access to an onscreen calculator during the Quantitative Reasoning sections. Paper-delivered GRE General Test or GRE Subjec The following procedures and regulations apply during the entire t session, which begins when you are admitted to the test center, e when you leave the test center and includes breaks. • Test administrators will not honor requests for schedule changes • Plan to be at the test center up to four and one-half hours for the General Test or three and one-half hours for a Subject Test. • Take your confirmation email and identification document(s) to the test center. • Take three or four sharpened No. 2 or HB pencils and a good eraser. Pencils and erasers will not be supplied at the center. Mechanical pencils and pens are not permitted. • You will be provided with an ETS calculator to use during the Quantitative Reasoning sections on the paper-delivered General Test. You may not use your own personal calculator. Sharing of calculators with other test takers is not permitted. • No test taker will be admitted after test materials have been distributed. • With the exception of your confirmation email, paper of any kind is not permitted in the testing room. Your confirmation email cannot be used as scratch paper. • The GRE General Test includes a 10-minute break after the second Analytical Writing section. This break time cannot be exceeded. You are required to remain in the test center building or in the immediate area. You are not permitted to go outside th test center building unless it is to use the restroom during the test administration, including breaks.
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16 \ 2016–17 GRE Bulletin On Test Day • You must have the test administrator’s permission to leave the room during the test. Any time lost cannot be made up. You are required to remain in the test center building or in the immediate area unless it is to use the restroom only during the test administration, including breaks.
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  • Fall '19
  • Graduate Record Examination, General Test

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