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Who Should Take The GRE?
For those who would like to take graduate or postgraduate program in University with program concentration in Engineering, Science, Education, and other programs.
Nowadays more and more Business Schools accept GRE as an alternative to GMAT as one of the requirements for MBA application.
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GRE Test Info
What's on the GRE? If you are on the path to graduate school and expect to take the GRE in the immediate future, it's crucial that you be up-to-date on what, exactly, you'll face on Test Day. It's like an endurance sport that requires sustained energy and focus, and just like an endurance sport, you'll need to train beforehand. Just like a cross-country skier needs ski poles and special boots, you'll need a special set of skills to master the GRE. At a high level, the GRE contains two essays, at least two quantitative and two verbal sections, and one experimental or research section. Testing lasts a total of four hours from beginning to end. Let's explore each section in more detail.
How does the New GRE Work?
Just like the current GRE General Test, the New GRE measures the verbal and quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills you will need for success in graduate and business school. It has been changed to make it a friendlier, more flexible test, and to more closely reflect the kind of thinking you will do in graduate or business school.
Here is a whole new test experience:
1 hour longer Verbal Reasoning: No more antonyms or analogies. More focus on reading. Quantitative Reasoning: Same basic math concepts. More real-life scenarios. Analytical Writing: More focused responses. Less generalization. New question types and answer formats. New Multi-Stage Test (MST): Adapts at section level. New “mark and review” & “edit answers” features within a section. New on-screen calculator.