GRE (Graduate Record Examination)
The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is standardised, computer-adaptive test used as a criterion for admissions to general graduate-level degree programmes in the United States.
The test assesses the verbal, math, and analytical and critical thinking skills of applicants for graduate schools.
The Analytical Writing Section has two essays. One asks students to “analyse an issue,” the other asks them to “analyse an argument.”
The Quantitative Reasoning Section tests high-school level math. The students will be required to be familiar with arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
The Verbal Reasoning Section consists of text completion exercises, reading comprehension and sentence equivalence questions.
Test Format & Length
Section No. of Questions Time Analytical Writing 1 Issue Task 30 mins Analytical Writing 1 Argument Task 30 mins Verbal 20 per section 30 mins per section; Quantitative 20 per section 35 mins per section