GRE® Test an opportunity for success

Generally, for any graudate admission in USA universities, it is required to appear and score GRE. Though not all but many universities take GRE® score as an elgibility criteria for admission in universities for graduate, post graduate and Doctoral Degree. There are two types of Test conducted by ETS – GRE® General Test & GRE® Subject Test.

The GRE® General Test assess your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills — skills that you have acquired from your learning and experiences.  If you are interested to go to graduate school then GRE® plays a significant role in getting admission into graduate school in USA & Canadian universities. The GRE General Test, allows you to retake the test again, If you feel your test result is not up to mark. You also have a freedom to send your best score by  ScoreSelect® option to the universities and colleges you want admission into.

GRE® General Test includes three sections:

Verbal Reasoning : 

Verbal Reasoning measures your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse, identify assumptions of author, understand multiple levels of meaning, summarize test, understand the meaning of words,sentence and entire texts. Verbal Reasoning includes two sections each 20 question. Allotted time for the section is 30 minutes per section.

Quantitative Reasoning:

Quantitative Reasoning measures your ability to analyze, interpret and understand quantitative information, solve problems using mathematical models, apply basic skills of maths. In this section you will also be provided with on-screen calculator. Quantitative Reasoning includes two sections, 20 questions per section. Allotted time for the test is 35  minutes per section.

Analytical Writing

Analytical Writing section measures your ability to articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively, support the ideas with good examples and reasons, examine claims and evidence, have a command in standard written English.

Analytical Writing test includes One “Analyze an Issue” task and one “Analyze an Argument” task. The allotted time for the task is 30 minutes per task

There are two other section An unidentified unscored section and an identified research section. One ‘must’ attempt these sections sincerely.

One can freely move forward and backward an entire “section” during GRE General Test. You can also use “Mark” and “Review” features to tag questions. An on-screen calculator is also provided for the Quantitative Reasoning section.

GRE® Subject Test : The GRE® Subject Tests is a paper based test. Allotted time is 2 hours and 50 minutes. The Subject Tests are taken on Biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology.

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