GRE Graduate Record Examination
What is GRE? The GRE (Graduate Record Exam) Test is the standardised test used to get admissions in various graduate schools or business graduate schools irn various English speaking countries across the globe, especially in the United States.
GRE Eligibility Criteria There is no specific eligibility criterion for taking GRE Test. Aspirants can apply after their graduation for Masters and PhD degree. However, the candidate has to fulfil the admission criteria for individual institutes where he/she is applying. GRE
GRE Test Pattern GRE is available in two formats. 1. GRE General Test 2. GRE Subject Test. The GRE Test Syllabus is different for both the formats. While the GRE General test measures a candidate's verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills, the GRE Subject Test is focused on judging the candidate's expertise in specific fields.
GRE Test Pattern and Sectional Timimg Sections Number of Questions Allotted Time One "Analyse an Issue" task and one "Analyse an Argument" task Analytical Writing 30 minutes per task Verbal Reasoning 20 questions per section 30 minutes per section (2 Sections) Quanitative 20 questions per section 35 minutes per section Reasoning 2 Sections)
GRE 2017 Test Pattern - Verbal Reasoning This section tests the candidate's comfort level with text and grammar. The Verbal Reasoning section of the GRE Test Pattern 2017 tests three areas: Analyse and evaluate content information Assess the candidate's ability to analyse relationships between different parts of sentences(Para-jumbles). Distinguish between concepts and words and their relationships(Vocabulary)
GRE 2017 Test Pattern - Quantitative Reasoning The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE Test contains four types of questions: a. Quantitative Comparison Questions b. Multiple-choice Questions- Select One Answer Choice c. Multiple-choice Questions- Select One or More Answer Choices d. Numeric Entry Questions
GRE 2017 Test Pattern- Analytical Writing The Analytical Writing section measures the candidate's ability to: Articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively Do analysis and provide relevant reasons and instances to support their views on specific ideas. According to the GRE test pattern 2017, the Analytical Writing section of the GRE Test consists of two separately timed analytical writing tasks: a. Analyse an Issue task: This task assesses candidates' ability to think critically about a topic and express their thoughts in writing. b. Analyse an Argument task: This task assesses candidates' ability to understand, analyse and evaluate arguments and convey their evaluation in writing
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GRE Score Three scores are reported: Verbal Reasoning on a 130-170 score scale, with 1 -point increments; Quantitative Reasoning also on a 130-170 score scale with 1 -point increment Analytical Writing score on a 0-6 score level, in half-point increments. Official scores are mailed in 10-15 days test date. after your