Graduate Record Exam (GRE) SUBJECT TEST
(Missouri State University offers only the subject test)
Missouri State University will be offering the subject test on the following date:
April 18, 2015
Missouri State University (Noncredit Programs) offers test prep courses and workshops for the GRE test.
For information click about the program click here.
The General Test is computerized and Missouri State University no longer offers it, you will need to contact Prometric Testing Center at 417/882-0740 to schedule the General GRE test.
The General GRE Test has changed.
The General GRE Test is composed of verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing sections. The verbal and quantitative sections are unchanged from their former content. The analytical writing section is identical to the stand-alone test called the Writing Assessment, which was introduced in October 1999. The analytical reasoning section has been eliminated from the General Test.
These changes to the General Test were made in order to (1) help admissions committees assess higher level critical thinking and analytical writing skills of applicants, and (2) provide a performance assessment that measures a test taker's ability to make and critique arguments, which is central to the work done by graduate students in most fields. For more information visit: www.gre.org/faqnew.html
Subject Tests - (Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Geology, Literature in English, Math, Music, Physics, and Psychology)
Pre-registration is required, standbys are permitted. Registration for the GRE Subject test is done online only at http://www.ets.org/gre/subject/register.