GRE® scores are a proven measure of an applicant's readiness for graduate-level work — and of their potential for success. Backed by extensive research and ETS's steadfast commitment to validity, security and fairness, the GRE® General Test, the world's most widely administered graduate-level admissions test, can help you identify the best candidates for your programs. More schools than ever before use the GRE General Test to help make the best admissions decisions, and more test takers around the globe choose the test to showcase their readiness for graduate or professional school programs.
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Law schools at Arizona, Harvard, Columbia, Northwestern and Georgetown universities are among the first to begin accepting GRE scores for admissions purposes.