Test Preparation for GRE
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the most commonly required admission test for graduate and business schools in the US. GRE is administered by a non-profit organization ETS (Educational Testing Service). It is used to assess an individual’s critical thinking, analytical writing, quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning abilities.
Prospective graduate or business school applicants can take GRE once in every 21 days for up to five times within any continuous 12-month period.
GRE Exam Structure
|Verbal Reasoning||Two Sections – 20 questions in each section,
Time Allotted – 30 mins per section
|Quantitative Reasoning||Two Sections – 20 questions in each section,
Time Allotted – 35 mins per section.
|Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)||Two Essays – Issue & Argument,
Time Allotted – 30mins each.
|Total Time||3 hours, 45 minutes|
|Nature of Exam||Computer Based Adaptive Test|
|Total Scores||GRE score is out of 340.|
|Score Validity||5 Years|
|Free Score Reporting||There is a provision of reporting your GRE test scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice, the cost of which is built into the GRE test fee you pay|