The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a challenging admissions test that is widely used by institutes to assess applications for graduate-level study. It is the most commonly accepted examination amongst universities, and remains essential to applications for Master’s, PhD, and MBA programmes across the top universities. Administered by the Educational Testing System (ETS), the GRE consists of the General Test and Subject Tests. In most cases, an applicant will be required to take the GRE General Test, while Subject Tests can be taken additionally to display their knowledge and/or expertise in a particular subject. However, some programmes do require applicants to necessarily take a GRE Subject Test as well. Applicants, therefore, should ensure that they are aware of their target schools’ requirements.