GRE programme opens customer support centre for test takers in India
In response to the growing number of individuals in India taking a graduate record examinations (GRE) test to pursue a graduate or business school degree, the GRE programme has opened a new toll-free customer support centre in the region.education Updated: Jul 16, 2013 14:17 IST
In response to the ­growing number of individuals in India taking a graduate record examinations (GRE) test to pursue a graduate or business school degree, the GRE programme has opened a new toll-free customer ­support centre in the region.
The new GRE customer support centre for India ­provides assistance and information for students registering, preparing for or planning to take the GRE revised general test or a GRE subject test. Information about test ­preparation materials, test centres and dates, score reports and other test- ­related inquiries can be answered in English by ­calling the centre staff.
“There are a large number of GRE test takers in India and that number continues to grow each year,” says Dawn Piacentino, ­director of Communications and Services for the GRE ­programme.
“This ­community has a high level of ­engagement with us on the GRE revised general test page on Facebook, and now we are pleased to expand our ­service by offering toll-free customer support in local time to help them further.”
The new GRE customer support centre is ­accessible by phone. You need to dial a toll-free directly from India at 000-800-100-4072, Monday–Friday from 9am to 5pm (IST).
For more ­information regarding the GRE revised general test, students can visit www.takethegre.com.
First Published: Jul 16, 2013 14:15 IST