Questions and Answers about Educational Testing Service

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How are the working hours?

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Since they've started hiring raters on H1B visas and overhiring in general, they're less.

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The hours are terrific as you set your own, but they are very limited. Expect no more than 15-20 hours a month in slow months.

Answered - GRE Rater (Current Employee) - Work from home

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Working hours are very flexible

Answered - Product Manager, Test Preparation Publications (Current Employee) - Princeton, NJ

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Hours are flexible. Numerous shifts to choose from, but no guarantee you will get work in any given month.

Answered - Test Scorer (Current Employee) - Work from home

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Working hours were ok. Management was less than flexible.

Answered - Test Security Analyst (Former Employee) - Ewing, NJ

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40+ Work hours depending on how much work available.

Answered - Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) - Trenton, NJ

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The working hours are reasonable compared to other jobs.

Answered - Assessment Specialist II (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Excellent.

Answered - Process Administrator (Former Employee) - Ewing, NJ

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The working hours are pretty standard. However, there are many times where unplanned work and moved deadlines will occur.

Answered - ETS Employee (Former Employee) - Texas

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I was able to set my own hours with the student/school that I was testing.

Answered - SAT Test Question Administrator (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

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