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Taking the GRE in Nigeria

With , Nigeria ranks 10th amongst countries with the most GRE-takers. Below we’ll be discussing everything you need to know to take the GRE in Nigeria, including information on testing centers, registration, and fees.

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Taking the Computer-Based GRE in Nigeria

The computer-based GRE is offered by five testing centers spread across three cities within Nigeria:

Abuja


  • No. 3 Al-khums Close,
    Off Lingu Crescent, Opposite Red Cross Office, Abuja, Nigeria
     

  • Plot 825 Ralph Shabeinde Street,
    Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria 23409

Jos


  • Eliel Conference Center,
    Gold & Base, Rayfield, Jos, Nigeria

Lagos


  • JKK House,
    229 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju, Lagos, Nigeria
     

  • 1 Oba Akran Avenue, Akande House
    Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 23401

Testing is offered year-round at these locations. However, each center typically only offers one to two test dates per month, so it’s important to find a date and location that meets your requirements. You can use ETS’s to see the exact availability. Once you’ve found a place and time that works, visit ETS’s website to view .

Taking the Paper-Based GRE in Nigeria

The is also administered at two locations in Nigeria for those with limited computer access:

Aba

  • Dority International Secondary School
    Test Center Code: 10068

Benin City

  • Edo House/Debyl Ltd
    Test Center Code: 10058

The paper-based exam is offered far less frequently than the computer GRE—there are only three potential dates to take the paper test each year. Exact dates vary, but they typically occur in early February, early October, and early November. To sign up for the paper-based exam, you can create an online account and . Alternatively, you can print and mail ETS’s .

Cost and Fees for Taking the GRE in Nigeria

ETS lists . At a minimum, test-takers will need to pay a registration fee of 205 USD (around 74,000 NGN at the time of this writing). Please select your test date carefully, as rescheduling will incur a 50 USD fee.

Once you have your scores, the first four score reports you send are free. To send any score reports beyond these, you’ll need to pay 27 USD to the ETS for each . If you believe there was an error in the judgment of your writing (AWA) section, you may request a re-grading for 60 USD.

Please note, , only Visa, PayPal and voucher numbers are accepted as payment for those looking to take the GRE in Nigeria.

Taking the GRE in Nigeria: Conclusion

Taking the GRE in Nigeria is really no different than taking it in any other part of the world. And like anywhere else, you’ll want to be properly prepared for the exam before you walk through the test center’s doors! Consider as you embark upon your test prep journey, and good luck!

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