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GRE “Graduate Record Examination” is conducted by ETS “Education Testing Service” across the Globe.

Education plays an important role in higher earnings and so, is the crucial step in one’s life towards future.

You have a score select option in this test and so, you can choose which score of yours shall be seen by the colleges. Isn’t it a smart move to show these schools your best??

In this test, you are facilitated to skip the question in the same section, go back & edit the answer and you have a full control to tackle the questions in that section.

- Computer-based tests will be conducted in the urban areas
- Paper-based tests will be conducted in the rural areas

Computer based test lasts for 3 hr & 45 mins overall and consists of 6 sections. One section on analytical writing, 2 sections EACH on verbal reasoning & quantitative reasoning and one section that is added will contain questions on either verbal or quantitative reasoning. But, this section is not taken into account for scoring nor it has got timed. The test begins with the analytical writing section.

Analytical writing segment has two tasks – “Analyze an issue & Analyze an argument” – Duration 30 minutes each

Verbal and quantitative segments contain 20 questions each – 30 minutes for each of the two verbal sections & 35 minutes for each of the two quantitative sections.

Here, an order of the section is not announced and so, the test taker won’t know which section is unscored. The additional unscored section is meant only for the research for ETS.

10 mins break is allowed in between the test for both online & paper based

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**Analyzing an issue** – one statement will be given. You have to opine whether you agree or disagree and to support your opinion, you will have to give your valid considerations.

**Analyzing an argument** – one passage will be given with the specific task instructions on how to analyze the argument.

Three types of questions will come under this and they are Reading Comprehension, Text Completion & Sentence Equivalence. All the questions will be multiple choice questions. The first half of the section requires to read passages and answer questions. Second half requires to read, interpret and complete existing sentences, a group of sentences or paragraphs.

This test may contain 12 – 15 passages. Majority of the passages will be one paragraph in length and very few passages will be lined up with several paragraphs. Number of questions based on a given passage will range from 1 – 6.

This is to assess one’s basic mathematical skills, understanding of basic elementary concepts & ability to solve problems with quantitative methods.

**Arithmetic** – Topics include properties and types of integers, such as divisibility, factorization, prime numbers, reminders, and odd and even integers; arithmetic operations, exponents, and radicals; and concepts such as estimation, percent, ratio, rate, absolute value, the number line, decimal representation, and sequences of numbers.

**Algebra** – Topics include operations with exponents; factoring and simplifying algebraic expressions; relations, functions, equations, and inequalities; solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; solving simultaneous equations and inequalities; setting up equations to solve word problems; and coordinate geometry, including graphs of functions, equations, and inequalities, intercepts, and slopes of lines.

**Geometry** – Topics include parallel and perpendicular lines, circles, triangles—including isosceles, equilateral, and 30°, 60° & 90° triangles—quadrilaterals, other polygons, congruent and similar figures, three-dimensional figures, area, perimeter, volume, the Pythagorean theorem, and angle measurement in degrees. The ability to construct proofs is not tested.

**Data Analysis** – Topics include basic descriptive statistics, such as mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, interquartile range, quartiles, and percentiles; interpretation of data in tables and graphs, such as line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, boxplots, scatterplots, and frequency distributions; elementary probability, such as probabilities of compound events and independent events; random variables and probability distributions, including normal distributions; and counting methods, such as combinations, permutations, and Venn diagrams. These topics are typically taught in high school algebra courses or introductory statistics courses. Inferential statistics is not tested.

In this quantitative section, questions will be asked in four formats.

Multiple choices – Select one

Multiple choices – Select one or more

Numeric entry

Questions may either appear independently as a discreet question or as a set of questions like a data interpretation based on the tables, graphs or other formats of data.

Basic calculator is allowed to use for this section.

$205 is the exam fee for GRE (13,262.58 in INR inclusive of all taxes)

A valid passport is necessary for applying for an international credit card or dd in favor of ets-gre

Test centers will conduct only tests and do not schedule/ reschedule/cancel the test appointments

For re-scheduling or canceling the exam, candidates have to do it prior 4 days. If they cancel prior 4 days, 50% of the amount will get refunded. And, they can reschedule the exam for next 4^{th} day from the actual date of examination planned earlier.

- Scoring for the Analytical Writing segment scales between 0 – 6 in half a point increments
- Scoring for the Verbal Reasoning segment scales between 130 – 170 in one point increments
- Scoring for the Quantitative Reasoning segment scales between 130 – 170 in one point increments

We can re-write this online based exam with a gap of 21 days. A paper-based exam can usually be taken as often as it is conducted, normally thrice a year.

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**The early bird catches the worm**” – start preparing it at least 6 months before which enables you to practice more and more and more. Practice is the key to success. - “If you don’t know where you are going, you will end up someplace else” –
**Plan and play the game.** -
**Hold a strong determination**. Plan a test date in mind and work towards it. - Make a strategy on the plan.
**Do SWOT analysis**with the syllabus and practice more on your weaker areas. With the help of**GRE Preparation Course**, you can gradually correct your mistakes. - GRE Verbal part has two sections – Reading comprehension and vocabulary. It is recommended to learn new words regularly as much as possible apart from the classroom training and try to include those words in your regular communication. As already said,
**practice is the key to success.** - Analytical writing consists of two sections- “Analyse an issue” & “Analyse an argument”. Both these sections will test your essay writing ability. Make sure, examiners will look for certain attributes in your essays and so,
**follow your trainers appropriately.** - In Quantitative reasoning, you should
**be familiar with the types of traps in the question and also in the answer choices**. Your ability in cracking this part, not only depends on choosing the right answer, but also includes the negation the wrong ones.