Ok, so this is about my fiancee but it concerns us both since our future is, well together and whatnot. So ETS (the organization that runs the GRE exams) majorly screwed up with her official GRE scores. They misspelled her name and reversed the digits of her date of birth on the official GRE scores that she had sent to the programs she is applying to. The information she provided when she took the tests is correct, as is the information when it is displayed on the ETS site when she logs in to view her account. We have talked to representatives from ETS on the phone and they have assured us that the correct spellings and dates will be re-mailed to the schools, but it takes ETS almost a month to process these requests and to mail them. The problem is that a few of the PhD and masters programs she applied to have found these inconsistencies and have held reviewing her application. Most of her application deadlines were back on January 1st (which she had all of them in with time to spare). She had the scores sent back in November and until just this week we had no idea of the clerical mistakes that ETS had made (because two of the schools contacted her about the GRE reports not matching her transcripts, application, CV, etc...) We are a bit worried that it will take quite a while for ETS to send replacement copies (or that they still may have errors) and the graduate programs will still refuse to review and make a decision on her applications. Granted, it's only two programs that have raised this red flag so far, but we can only assume that all of the programs she applied to were sent bad copies. Any advice on how to go about this? Any actual profs who have been on admissions committees care to comment? I'm a bit surprised that they are waiting however long it takes for ETS to send replacements ... that could be until early March ... after when the would have made their decisions on the normal applicant pool she should be in. We're just worried that this will delay her application from being processed by the schools until after everybody else has been admitted and/or she won't receive any financial aid (for the masters programs).