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Overview

GRE(Graduate Record Examinations) is a standardized test that is aim to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills of the candidate. GRE is admissions requirement for many graduate schoolsin the United States and Canada and few in other countries. The GRE is owned and administered by Educational Testing Service.

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GRE Test Format

You will receive three scores on the GRE
1

Analytical Writing

2

Verbal Reasoning

3

Quantitative Reasoning

1. Analytical Writing

In this you will be asked 2 separately timed tasks. One is “Analyze an Issue” and other is “Analyze an Argument.” For the “Analyze an Issue” task, you will read an opinion on a topic of general interest and be given instructions on how to respond to the issue at hand. For the “Analyze an Argument” task, you will need to consider an argument according to instructions given in the prompt.
For this task you will be given 30 minutes per task, 60 minutes total.

2. Verbal Reasoning (Verbal)

The Verbal section of the GRE tests your ability to analyze written material, as well as relationships among component parts of sentences, including words and concepts. In Verbal Reasoning there20 total questions, in the below mention formats.

  • 6 Text Completion questions
  • 4 Sentence Equivalence questions
  • 0 Reading Comprehension questions

For this task you will be given 30 minutes per task, 60 minutes total and the scoring is between 130 to 170 scale.

3. Quantitative Reasoning (Quant)

The Quantitative section of the GRE tests your basic quantitative skills, as well as your ability to reason and solve problems with quantitative methods. You’ll see questions covering basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. You will not see trigonometry, calculus, or any other high-level math.In Quantitative Reasoning there20 total questions, in the below mention formats.

  • 7–8 Quantitative Comparison questions
  • 12–13 Problem Solving questions

For this task you will be given 35 minutes per section and the scoring is between 130 to 170 scale.

How long is the GRE?

GRE Section Time
Analytical Writing 30 minutes per task
Verbal Reasoning 30 minutes per section
Quantitative Reasoning 35 minutes per section
Experimental or Unscored Varies (30 or 35 minutes)
Optional Breaks (total)Approximately 12 minutes
Approximately 4 hours

GRE Scoring

For GRE a total of three scores are reported on the test:

  1. Verbal Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments
  2. Quantitative Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments
  3. Analytical Writing score is reported on a 0–6 score scale, in half-point increments

Please note a No Score (NS) will be reported on any section that is not answered at all.
For both the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures, the scores reported are based on the number of correct responses to all the questions in all the sections except for the “unscored and unidentified section” and the “identified research section.” Within each of the Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning sections, all questions contribute equally to the final score. For each of the two measures, a raw score is computed. The raw score is the number of questions one answered correctly. The raw score is converted to a scaled score through a process known as equating.
For the Analytical Writing section, each essay is scored at at least two levels:

  1. A human trained reader scores the essay using a six-point holistic scale.
  2. A computerized program, e-rater®, developed by ETS is used to monitor the human reader.

If the e-rater evaluation and the human score agree, the human score is used as the final score. If they disagree by a certain amount, a second human score is obtained, and the final score is the average of the two human scores. The average of the final scores on the two essays are taken and rounded to the nearest half-point interval on the 0–6 score scale.

What is a good GRE score?

To determine what is the good GRE score, look at the minimum requirement of the graduate or business programs to which you’re applying.The Verbal and Quant sections of the GRE are each scored from 130 to 170. The mean score for Verbal Reasoning is 151, and the mean score for Quantitative Reasoning is 153. The Analytical Writing Assessment is scored from 0 to 6 in half-point increments, and the mean score is 4.0.

GRE Test booking

GRE test are conducted inpaper-based andcomputer-based mode.However, in India, only the computer-based testing is available.

You can register for the GRE online via ETS (https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/register/)

For GRE-related questions, you can find contact information for ETS here.

GRE test is offered round the year in 9 cities across India only on weekdays in 3 time slots (9am-1pm; 1pm-5pm; 5pm-9pm). Students are best advised to check for the availability of slots in the testing centres before booking their slots.

A candidate can take the test (computer based) only once every 60 days, and no more than five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period. This applies even if the candidate has cancelled his/her scores on a test taken previously.

Fees for the GRE® General Test

Test Fee $213
Rescheduling Fee $50
Changing Your Test Centre $50