So What is the GRE
GRE stands for Graduate Record Examinations. It was founded by Educational Testing Services (ETS) in 1949. It is required to pursue your Masters in the USA. So now, many schools are also now accepting the GRE in place of the GMAT. Additionally, it is the most widely accepted graduate admission test worldwide. Furthermore, it brings you one step closer to achieving your career goal. And now, with the new ScoreSelectSM option, you can approach the test with even more confidence knowing that you can send institutions the scores you feel shows your personal best. The revised General Test features a new test-taker-friendly design and new question types. Thus, the GRE more closely reflects the kind of thinking you’ll do in graduate or business school and demonstrates that you are ready for graduate-level work.
The GRE is a computer-based aptitude test conducted all through the year at Prometric centers only. Students are primarily checked for their Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical writing skills. The duration of the test is 3.45 min and 4 hrs if you opt for optional breaks in between the Test.
Each year, about 700,000 prospective graduate and business school applicants from 230 countries/regions take the GRE. Appointments for the GRE are given on a first-come-first-serve basis. Only a few centers in each state are there to take tests. So plan your test date in advance and book your slot to avoid last a minute rush.
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