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GRE exam

If you are planning to apply to graduate institutions overseas, you should take the GRE exam. This is one of the main admissions requirements for many courses like master’s, MBA or doctoral degree. The GRE is owned and administered by ETS(Educational Testing Service)to provide graduate and business institutions with common measures for comparing students qualifications and preparedness for graduate-level academic study.

GMAT Exam 2020

Everything you need to know about GRE exam is available in the following given links. Click on it and check out each page for more clarity regarding GRE exam.

GRE Exam Eligibility GRE Preparation
GRE Syllabus GRE Exam Dates 
GRE Exam Pattern GRE Registration

GRE exam is an ideal choice for you as:

  1. The GRE score is widely accepted by universities and institutes across Canada, the US, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and many other nations
  2. Many scholarship and fellowship programs also considered the score of the GRE exam
  3. One can retake the exam as required until his/her GRE score reflects their true potential.

Is there is any GRE exam eligibility criteria?

The good news is that the GRE has no specific eligibility criteria. Anyone can appear for the exam regardless of their age or academic qualifications. The only requirement is that you should have a valid document specified by ETS as an identity proof when appearing for the GRE exam. For more information click here: GRE Exam Eligibility

GRE syllabus

The GRE is conducted in 2 basic streams:

  1. GRE General Test and
  2. GRE Subject Test

GRE General test assesses test takers on the following:

  1. Verbal reasoning 
  2. Quantitative reasoning 
  3. Analytical writing 

GRE Subject Test:

  1. Targets the subject you want to pursue in higher education abroad.
  2. Required by only a few selected institutions for particular programs offered.
  3. You can choose anyone from the 8 specific subjects.

For more information click here: GRE Syllabus

GRE Exam pattern

Verbal Reasoning

  1. Two sections of 20 questions each.
  2. You will be allotted  30 minutes per section.
  3. The question types covered in each section are as follows:
    • Sentence equivalence – 4 questions
    • Text completion – 6 questions
    • Reading Comprehension – 10 questions 
  4. Score Range from  130 to 170, 1 point Increment.

Quantitative Reasoning

  1.  20 questions each from two sections, a total 40 question 
  2. You will get 35 minutes per section.
  3. The question types covered in each section are as follows:
    • Quantitative Comparisons – 8 questions
    • Problem-Solving items – 9 questions
    • Data Interpretation Questions – 3 questions
  4. Score Ranges from  130 to 170, 1 point Increment.

Analytical Writing

  1. This section asks you to write two essays:
    • Analyse an issue
    • Analyse an argument.
  2. You will be allowed up to 30 minutes for each essay.
  3. Score Ranges from  0 to 6, 0.5 point Increment.

Experimental Section

  1. This is not evaluated towards the GRE score.
  2. It is not included in the paper-based test.

For more information click here: GRE Exam Pattern

GRE Preparation

When you start the preparations for the GRE exam you need to decide whether to study by yourself, within the coaching centres,  online GRE preparation course, or from private tutors. For best GRE preparation use strategies like Stick to a regular GRE study plan, Take practice tests, Chart your progress and mainly focus on weak areas. For more information click here: GRE Preparation

GRE Exam Dates 

While selecting a GRE Exam Dates, ensure your scores will be submitted on time, according to the context of deadlines of the application. the results of the GRE exam are delivered to your chosen institution after 10 to15 days from the date you have taken the test. You can select any given date in the whole year by making an appointment with the closest GRE exam centre. For more details click here: GRE Exam Dates

GRE Registration

You can register for GRE by following 4 simple steps given below:

Step 1: Set Up Your “My GRE” Account

Step 2: Choose a Test Center Location and Test Date

Step 3: Complete GRE Registration by filling all the asked question

Step 4: Pay the fee

For more information click here: GRE Registration

A maximum number of attempts for GRE exam 

Students can appear for the GRE General Test once every 21 days up to 5 times in the whole year. Student can attempt any number of times in the whole life.

GRE Score

Candidates who have appeared for their GRE exam can access their GRE scores by logging into their GRE account using their credentials. Your  Exam scores will be available in your account within 10-15 days after your exam date. For more information details click here: GRE Score

GRE Score validity

Candidates who have appeared for their GRE exam should be aware that their GRE score is valid for a period of five years from the day of the exam.

 

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