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Aquarian specializes in NVICU, NSICU.

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Anybody here know if GRE has an expiration date/validity period? Looked at ETS.org but couldn't find info. Thanks!

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More importantly, is the courses that were taken previously. Many times they are only good for a certain number of years if they are specifically required for entrance to a program.

Example: You graduated 15 years ago, but now want to attend a CRNA program. You will need to repeat the required science courses for entry in most cases. And then you will see the student retake the GRE just before they are ready to submit their applications, as the material will be freshest in their mind.

Usually not a specific expiration date, but most retake it if a few years ago to get a better score.

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Aquarian specializes in NVICU, NSICU.

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Thanks for your prompt reply, Suzanne. I'll be taking the General Test. Most of the programs I've looked into require a score not taken more than 5 years ago. :)

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Checked with several of my friends today and most of them retook it if it had been a few years just to increase their score.

Happy Mother's Day to you.

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Aquarian specializes in NVICU, NSICU.

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It can really be very competitive and the programs so expensive.

Thanks, as always!

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