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What is GRE

About GRE - The GRE (Graduate record Examinations) is a standard test for admissions to various graduate schools based in United States, other English speaking countries and business program and graduate programs taught in English across the globe. The test was developed by ETS (Educational testing Service) in 1949. The objective of the exam is to test candidate’s skill in quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing. The GRE test is an online test. Who can take GRE Test Candidates seeking admission to graduate and business schools from...

GRE Scoring Pattern

GRE test scores are the total marks acquired in GRE test which can be utilized for taking admissions to various graduate programs in universities and colleges based in UK, Canada and USA. These scores are valid for 5 years. In August 2011, ETS announced changes in GRE exam. Revised GRE exam has a changed exam pattern, scoring format and syllabus. New GRE scoring format As per the new GRE scoring format the scoring scale has been changed. Old GRE consisted of 10 points increments while new GRE scoring format has 1 point increments. The objective of reducing the reporting metric is to...

Validity of GRE Test

ETS and the GRE ® Program make ensuring the fairness and validity of GRE tests throughout the test development, administration and scoring processes a high priority. To ensure that these goals are reached, ETS has developed a meticulous system of internal checks and balances, and audit teams routinely verify that all tests and services meet rigorous professional standards such as those outlined by the American Psychological Association, American Educational Research Association and National Council on Measurement in Education. Fairness Fairness concerns are an integral part of...

What all materials to be brought at exam venue

GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) is a standard test for admissions to various graduate schools based in United States, other English speaking countries and business program and graduate programs taught in English across the globe. The test was developed by ETS (Educational testing Service) in 1949. The objective of the exam is to test candidate’s skill in quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing. The GRE test is an online test. The GRE test scores are accepted by numerous business and graduate schools worldwide. GRE scores are valid for...

Paper Pattern for GRE

Getting an advanced degree can create many opportunities for students. The GRE ® revised General Test, which is widely accepted graduate admissions test worldwide — can bring you one step closer to achieving your career goals. And there has never been a better time to take the one test that gives you more opportunities for your future. Introduced on August 1, 2011, the GRE revised General Test features new types of questions that more closely reflect the kind of thinking you’ll do — and the skills you need to succeed — in today's demanding graduate and...

About GRE Text Completion Section

Education Testing System (ETS) has brought in changes in the GRE exam pattern making it more students friendly and less complicated. The GRE exam pattern underwent major revision in 2011 especially in the verbal section. The revised design creates a natural and better test experience. The new verbal format will focus more on complex reasoning and questions on antonyms and analogies will not be asked.  No vocabulary out of the context will be asked. The new format also allows candidates to mark and go back to a question to make changes and revise it. GRE Text Completion Questions ...

About GRE Sentence Equivalence Section

GRE exam is taken up by those students who want to take admission into foreign universities and GRE is one of the most popular exams conducted by the Education Testing Service (ETS). While most students wonder whether to take up GMAT or GRE, they must remember GMAT reflects the ability of the candidates for a particular management programme while the GRE reflects the candidate’s skills in all the courses with exception of the law programme. Both the exams differ in the exam format and should be approached differently by students.  GRE requires greater knowledge of...

About GRE Reading Comprehension Section

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) , the standardized admission exam for graduate schools in United States, other English speaking countries and English-taught graduate and business programs world-wide is the admission exam among other exams like the GMAT. GRE exams intend to measure skills and ability in general academic nature, regardless of specialization in their field. The GRE exam objective is to test the candidate’s skill in quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing. This computer-based GRE General Test comprises of 6...

GRE Test Fee Structure

The GRE (Graduate record Examinations) was developed by ETS (Educational testing Service) in 1949 to provide admission to various graduate schools of United States, business and graduate programs taught in English language worldwide. The GRE test aims at testing candidates in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking. This is an online test. Fees for the GRE ® revised General Test and Related Services Fees are stated in U.S. dollars and are in effect as of August 1, 2011. Standard Test Administration ...

Quantitative Reasoning Section – Mathematics topics to be covered

ETS (Educational Testing Service) devised Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) in 1949 for students aspiring for admissions in various graduate schools of United States and business and graduate programs imparted in English language across the globe. The test is designed to check students’ skill in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking. The GRE test is conducted in computer based format. The Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GRE ® revised General Test assesses your: basic mathematical skills understanding of...

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