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Hi guys,

I am currently a MSc student in finance in the UK. I did my undergraduate in mathematics. I am thinking of applying to the US universities for mathematics, and my friend suggested that since I did not do my MSc in maths, it is better for me to take the maths subject test.
I made an account with ETS to find a test center, but there seems to be none. Are all maths GRE test already booked or are there none available in the UK? Do you guys have any info on this?
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Hi, I was in a similar situation couple of months ago. I wanted to take the GRE subject test in mathematics but couldn't find a test centre in the UK. I had to book a test centre in Munich, Germany. There, after the test, I enquired about the test centre availability in UK with one of the organizers. I was told that they do have maths GRE test centres in the UK and they open for booking very late like a couple of weeks before the test.
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