Friday, September 12, 2014

YouCanGo! features video and transcript testimonials of students who, while facing many obstacles, managed to apply and go to college. It challenges students to “take the pledge”— to make a commitment to go to college

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Free Additional Score Reports
Students who are eligible for fee waivers can use their
additional score report credits at registration or after
they receive their scores.They receive a total of four
credits in their testing lifetime no matter how many times
they register. Additional score report credits are applied
automatically; students send them just as they would send
other score reports (online is the easiest way). They can also
track their use of additional score report credits through their
online accounts.If an eligible student has not used a fee waiver to register, she or he will need to enter a fee-waiver code on the screen or paper score report order form to apply the additional score
report credits. For more information on how students can send score reports, go to

GRE® revised General Test

The GRE® Subject Tests are administered in a paper-delivered format. Total testing time is 2 hours and 50 minutes. There are no separately-timed sections.
The Subject Tests are described below:

For National Programs in the United States

GRE Fee Reduction Certificates/Vouchers are also made available to the following programs:
  • Gates Millennium Scholars Program
  • GEM: National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science Program
  • PREP: Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program
  • Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program (The McNair Scholars Program)
  • Project 1000 Program
  • Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program (The McNair Scholars Program)

At ETS we believe that the cost of taking a GRE® test should not be a barrier to graduate study. ETS provides the fee reduction program for individuals who demonstrate financial need and for national programs in the United States that work with underrepresented groups.  GRE Fee Reduction Certificates on a first-come, first-served basis that are available for college seniors and unenrolled college graduates who meet eligibility requirements. A Fee Reduction Certificate may be used for one GRE® revised General Test and/or one GRE® Subject Test. Individuals meeting the eligibility requirements will be required to pay 50 percent of the full test fee. To be eligible, you must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien who is a college senior or an unenrolled college graduate. College seniors must be: receiving financial aid through an undergraduate college in the United States, American Samoa, Guam, 
U.S. Virgin Islands or Puerto Rico, and a dependent, who has an Institutional Student Information Report (ISIR) that shows a parental contribution of not more than $1,500 for the senior year, or self-supporting and have an ISIR that shows a contribution of not more than $1,900 for the senior year 
Unenrolled college graduates must:
have applied for financial aid
have an ISIR that indicates self-supporting status and a contribution of not more than $1,900
To apply for a GRE Fee Reduction Certificate:
Contact your financial aid office to see if you qualify.
Once your eligibility is established, the financial aid office will issue you a Fee Reduction Certificate and a copy of your ISIR. Follow the instructions on the certificate. Allow up to three weeks for processing and mail delivery.

Students using fee waivers for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests 
can learn more about scholarship opportunities and financial aid 
processes, including CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE®, the financial 
aid application service of the College Board, at

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation (CKSF)

Tuition Back Scholarships —
What are Tuition Back Scholarships?

Tuition Back Scholarships give college students an opportunity to earn their "tuition back" by taking online quizzes designed to help them review and prepare for exams. Course specific quizzes are offered each semester and are scored on time and accuracy. At the end of each semester, the high scorer from each course wins a scholarship to cover tuition for that class.


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