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What is GRE?
GRE exam is given by the students who would want to obtain an admission into a graduate program in the university of their choice. Each university would have their own set score requirements for admitting a candidate for a particular program.
By giving a GRE exam a student’s becomes eligible to pursue his or her higher education in a foreign country .The test is globally recognized and as the format for the same is quite easy, it is often the choice of many students.
Formats of GRE:
There are 2 formats in which a candidate can give their GRE exam:
1. Computer based
GRE modules :
There are 5 modules in a Computer Based GRE Test ,which are as follows :
1. Analytical Writing.
2. Verbal Reasoning.
3. Quantitative Reasoning.
4. Unscored section.
5. Research section.
- In the first module, “Analytical Writing” there is 2 sections that the candidate has to attempt. First is “Analyze an Issue” task and the other would be “Analyze an Argument” task.
- The second module – Verbal Reasoning has two sections and 20 questions per each section.
- The third Module i.e. Quantitative Reasoning has two sections and 20 questions per each section.
- The fourth module which is the Unscored section does not count towards a candidate’ score and may be included or appear in any order after the Analytical Writing section. Questions are being tried out either for possible use in future tests or to ensure that scores on new editions of the test are comparable to scores from earlier editions.
- The fifth and the last Module, “Research section” is an identified research section that does not count toward the candidate’s score and may be included in place of the unscored section. It always appears at the end of the test. Questions in this section are included for ETS research purposes.
The students are provided with ample amount of GRE material to prepare them for the EXAM. They are given preparation tests too. There are mock test held after the candidate completes his or her preparatory course.
There are 3 Modules in the paper based GRE Test which are as follows:
- Analytical writing.
- Verbal Reasoning.
- Quantitative Reasoning.
- The first Module has two sections “Analyze an Issue” task, “Analyze an Argument” task.
- The second module which is Verbal Reasoning has two sections and 25 questions per section.
- The third and last Module namely Quantitative Reasoning has two sections and 25 questions per section.