Higher Score Guarantee on your GRE®

Higher Score Guarantee on your GRE®

Created by subject matter experts at the LearningExpress.

Plus exclusive practice tests you can't find anywhere else!

GRE® Test Prep

Our online self-paced GRE® test study program helps you improve your overall score.  It starts by asking your test date and how many hours per week you can commit to studying.  Have a previous score?  Enter it into your study plan and our system will prioritize the lessons and practice tests you need to improve your weakest areas first. When you complete practice tests, a diagnostic score report to help target your strengths and weaknesses for further preparation. 

GradPrep.com's proprietary learning platform offers 3 test modes to help you learn, prepare, and simulate for test day success:

Learner mode: view the answers to each question as you go along to help you study.

Practice mode: see answer explanations after you have finished. If the test is timed, the timer will display but will not be enforced.

Simulation mode: exactly what you'll experience on test-day; the test will stop when the timer stops.

Members get access to:

  • 4 exclusive GRE practice tests
  • 65 micro-lessons covering all topics on the GRE
  • Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning skills builders
  • Personalized GRE study plan that matches the time you have to study
  • Study Progress tracker
  • 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions
  • 501 Sentence Completion Questions
  • GRE® Vocabulary Flash Review
  • GRE® General Test Prep
  • Assessment score predictor
  • Compatible with Mac, PC, iOS, and Android
  • ADA 508 compliant
  • 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee
  • Higher Score Guarantee

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I've gone through about 80% of the downloadable problems and just getting finished the practice tests. Really awesome test prep!

- Morey, Incoming Grad Student

The GRE study modules are robust and covered every area of the exam. Going between practice mode and learner mode made studying a breeze.

- Chloe, Nursing Student

I improved my score by 6 points from the last time I took the GRE! I love using using Learner Mode on practice tests - those really helped!

- Sydney, Masters Student

There were so many practice problems. I actually couldn't finish them all before my test date.

- Kyle, Masters Student

If I had scored just a 5.0 on the writing portion of the GRE, I'd be ecstatic. Imagine my surprise when I scored a 5.5 :)

- Lyndsay, Grad School Applicant

GRE Test Prep:
Everything You need, Nothing you don’t

What we offer

Understanding that you don't have all the time in the world to study, so let's make it count.


Personalized, adaptive study plans that match the time you have—each week and until your test date.


Interactive lessons on all topics in the GRE, including math, verbal, and writing. Brush up on the areas where you're the most rusty.


Strategies for how to answer different GRE question types.


Friendly, simplified instruction style so you can grasp the concepts fast.


Exclusive GRE practice tests.


Simulated test-day experience so you know what to expect under time pressure.


Affordable price to reduce the financial stress of preparation.

What we don’t

No textbooks.


No closing time.


No long lessons.


No outdated website.


No overpriced materials.


No overwhelming list of To Dos.


No generic study plans.


No nonsense.

Hear from our students!

GRE Prep Course Testimonial from Sam

I love being able to study for the GRE from anywhere!

Sam: It might look like I'm in the car in the drive-thru waiting for my coffee at Starbucks, and I am. But, I'm also studying for the GRE because I just started using Grad Prep, which is made for you to be able to study from your phone.

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What is a good GRE score?

Most graduate programs consider results in the 75th percentile, or 157 on Verbal and 160 on Quantitative Reasoning, as good GRE scores, with excellent results coming in at or above the 90th percentile. However, GRE score expectations vary among different schools and universities. It's best to set your test score goal based on the admission requirements of your preferred program.

How hard is the GRE?

How hard the GRE test is relates directly to your performance and preparation. The GRE is a multi-stage adaptive test that responds to your abilities. In other words, question difficulty increases when you answer correctly. Having a good GRE prep plan and plenty of time to study makes this challenging exam a lot easier.

How long to study for the GRE?

You should begin studying for the GRE at least 2 to 4 months ahead of your testing date. Give yourself enough time to practice within the test's time limits and study each subject on the exam in depth. Be sure to schedule your exam early enough so graduate programs can receive your results before application deadlines.

How long is the GRE test?

Test-takers have a total of 3 hours and 45 minutes to take the GRE. There are 6 sections on the test and a 10-minute break. The Analytical Writing section is 30 minutes long, followed by 4 multiple-choice sections, and a possible fifth unscored section. These last 5 sections are 20 questions each and take 30 to 35 minutes per section to complete.

What is the GRE out of?

The GRE is scored out of a maximum of 340 points. Your GRE score is the sum of points from the Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning sections, ranging from 130 to 170 points each. The Analytical Writing section is scored independently on a scale of 0 to 6, with 6 being the highest score. When applying to a graduate program, make sure you understand what GRE score the school requires.

Who is Grad Prep?

Grad Prep is a newly launched experience from EBSCO LearningExpress, a trusted source for admissions test preparation used by over 16,000 schools, colleges, public libraries, and other organizations for decades.

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