Breaking Barriers to Graduate Education
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A 360 Approach to Fairness and Equity
ETS, a nonprofit, mission-driven organization, goes to great lengths to ensure that its tests are valid, fair, and administered securely, so that every test taker has an equitable opportunity to showcase their skills. Hover over each section of the wheel for an overview, or click for more information.
Program Oversight and Improvement
- Fairness Standards: The ETS Standards for Quality and Fairness build upon standards jointly developed by the American Educational Research Association, the National Council on Measurement in Education and the American Psychological Association.
- Regular Audits: The GRE Program is scrutinized every three years by a team of internal and external auditors to ensure adherence to the standards and to improve any weaknesses.
- Ongoing Research: The fairness and validity of the GRE test is backed by ongoing research. The technical quality of the GRE tests are verified by the GRE Program’s Technical Advisory Committee, which is made up of members of the graduate community who are technical and measurement experts.
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