Mumbai, India (PressExposure) September 16, 2013 -- Representatives from Educational Testing Service (ETS), creator of the TOEFL® and GRE® tests, will participate in the upcoming Institute of International Education (IIE) student fairs that will be held in Hyderabad and Mumbai this weekend.
Test takers will be able to learn about the latest information regarding the TOEFL test; the most widely accepted academic English-language assessment used for undergraduate and graduate admissions worldwide, and the GRE® revised General Test, the world's most widely accepted admissions test for graduate and business school.
"The upcoming IIE student fairs serve as a valuable opportunity to speak directly with students regarding the TOEFL and GRE tests, two leading assessments that are accepted for admissions purposes by thousands of higher education institutions around the world," said David Hunt, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of ETS's Global Division. "ETS is committed to ensuring that students throughout India have the opportunity to ask questions pertaining to the assessments and to learn about the latest test prep available to assist with study preparations."
The student fairs will take place in:
- Hyderabad on September 14 at the Taj Deccan
- Mumbai on September 15 at the JW Marriott Hotel
A complete listing of upcoming student fairs is available at the ETS Student Fairs webpage.
About the TOEFL and GRE Tests
The TOEFL iBT® test, the most widely accepted academic English-language assessment, is recognized by more than 9,000 institutions in more than 130 countries. The TOEFL iBT test measures an individual's ability to use and understand English at the university level. The assessment evaluates how well an individual combines the listening, reading, speaking and writing skills needed to perform academic tasks. For more information about the TOEFL test, including free sample test questions and study resources, visit the TOEFL Go Anywhere website available at GRE test scores provide graduate and business schools around the world with an objective and common measure for evaluating and comparing the qualifications of applicants with differing educational and cultural backgrounds. For more than 60 years, GRE scores have been used by admissions and fellowship panels to supplement undergraduate records, including grades and recommendations, and other qualifications for graduate-level study. The GRE revised General Test measures the skills that graduate and business schools value: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing -- skills that are not limited to any specific field of study, but are important for all. Used by thousands of graduate and business schools around the world, the test is available at about 700 ETS-authorized test centers in more than 160 countries. For more information, visit http://www.ets.org/gre.