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...the most accurate simulation of the GRE test available anywhere!


New launch window does not appear:
Our simulator software loads in a new window and some "pop-up blocking" software can prevent this new window from opening. If you do not see a new window open after clicking a launch button, disable any pop-up blocking software you may be running and try again.

How do I save and review my GRE session results?
Don't worry, your results are automatically saved when you completed your exam and just before the scoring and explanation page.

  • To review your results:
    • Simply enter your previously used access code in the 'Access Code' field and click the 'Login' button to load your previous session.

How can I simulate a GRE test that accounts for my approved disability?
The ETS makes several accommodations available to test takers with documented disabilities. Our software simulates the actual nonstandard options available to these candidates and allows them to practice under the true conditions they will experience on test day.

In order to initiate an exam session using an approved disability configuration, simply select the 'Disability Configuration' choice on the Options menu before clicking the 'Login' button on the first screen (Login Screen) of the Simulator. After setting the desired options, click the 'OK' button in the bottom right-hand corner to return to the 'Login Screen'. Note that disability configuration options can not be set or modified after logging into a new exam session.

What happens if I lose my network connection?
Our software is not affected by the loss of a network connection during an active session. The entire question pool is downloaded by the simulator software before your exam session begins.

Do I need to remain online while taking my GRE test in the simulator?
No, the entire question pool is downloaded by the simulator software before your exam session begins. After you successfully log in to the exam using your access code, you may disconnect your network connection if you desire. At the conclusion of the exam session, you will be prompted to reconnect in order to save your session results.
We haven't had any issues reported with the current release of the Simulator. If you experience any difficulty, please let us know. We'll be happy to help!

What is an access code and how do I use it?
Before our software will generate your unique exam session, you must enter a valid and unused access code on the session "Login" screen. Once the software validates this access code, it will be used to generate your simulated session from the current question pool and can not be used again. After you complete the simulated GRE test session, your used access code will be associated with your saved session data. You will need to enter this access code anytime you wish to load your saved session in order to review your score, the questions you received, the answer explanations, etc..

What type of computer is required to use your software?
Our software runs on all modern computer systems and all major operating systems and web browsers. We support Macintosh OS/X, all Microsoft Windows platforms, Linux, Unix, and OS/2. If you are unsure of our support for your computer platform, please email us using the contact tab on the menu above.

While our software is compatible with all major webbrowsers including Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, AOL, and others, we recommend the freely available Firefox browser. Click the button below to install Firefox now:

Will I encounter identical questions within your exams?
No, never. Each of our question pools contains completely independent sets of questions and you will never encounter identical questions amongst our exam offerings. Even our free demo exam contains a completely independent set of original questions and answers.

We're certain that you'll find our GRE Simulator an invaluable tool in your preparation for the exam. If you have any comments or concerns please feel free to contact us using the tab on the menu above.

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