Hey guys, thanks for the replies, I guess I could have royally screwed everything up. So I guess this means you need an idea of where you're going to apply to in advance? I mean, that sounds obvious. What I mean is, at the time I registered in march I had no idea where I wanted to apply. I'll probably know for sure by the time school starts. As long as I can still update where to send it then that's fine. If I was expected to know in march or whenever you register that's kind of cheap.
I'm on ETS right now on my account, and there's only an option "order additional score reports", and want to charge me 23$. Any idea if this is possible? It seems cheap if I was expected to know where to apply in march, I don't think anyone would be able to definitely say where they were exactly going to apply to in march. I'm emailing ETS. Is it some stupid thing like you need to request to them by email or over the phone at this point, or do you think if it's not showing up on my ETS account it's not going to work out?
I can't find it on their website, and things certainly could have changed since they have re-designed the general GRE recently, but if I remember correctly and assuming everything works the same way it used to, you should still be able to take advantage of the 4 free exam scores even if you didn't select any the first time around. When your scores are sent to your home, there is a page (or it may have been the back side of the sheet) that has a form you can use to change the schools you asked to have your information sent to. The form also indicates that you can have the change made by sending an email to a specific ETS email address and if you provide your user-id number, the test date that you took the general gre and the schools along with their school code numbers, they are supposed to change it. I don't have my scores on hand so I can't tell you what the email address is but I'm sure you could contact one of the generic emails they have on their homepage and ask.