What is GRE?

 

  GRE

GRE stands for Graduate Record Examination. It is a standardized exam for providing admission to all Graduate schools abroad. Any accredited graduate, business or professional school, or any department or division within a school, recommend you to appear for the GRE General test.
GRE measures the generic Verbal Reasoning,Quantitative Reasoning and Analytical Writing Skills, that is not related to any particular field of study. It is conducted by Education Testing Service (ETS).

Why GRE ?

If you are among categories of those students who could not score well in college you can aim to do well in the GRE. It will open new avenues for you.

The importance of GRE score in graduate admissions varies from program to program. Some graduate schools use the GRE as a cutoff while others consider it to off-set a low GPA. Additionally, other favoured evaluation is that where different sections of the GRE test could be weighted differently. For example, if you apply for Math or Statistics program, they will probably place more importance on how you performed on the Quantitative section than on Verbal and Analytical sections. Whereas if you apply for an English graduate program your verbal and analytical Writing scores will carry more weight.

Also some schools even use your GRE score for the selection of scholarship and fellowship candidates.

 

Who should take the GRE test?

 

GRE TEST

GRE test can be taken by any prospective applicant, who has completed or is planning to complete his graduation, and wish to pursue Post Graduate or Master’s Degree abroad.

The GRE test score is used by admission or fellowship panels to supplement undergraduate records and other qualifications for graduate study. The score provides a measure for comparing the qualifications of applicants. It helps in evaluating grades and recommendations.

Exam Format

 

 

1.Quantitative Reasoning 

  • No of Section : 2
  • No. of question : 20 questions per Section
  • Time duration : 35 minutes per section

 

2.Analytical Writing

  • No of Section : it has single section which has two different timed tasks
  • No. of questions: Analysis of issue task and Analysis of argument task
  • Time duration: 30 mints per task

 

3. Verbal Reasoning

  • No of Section : 2
  • No. of questions: 20 question per Section
  • No. of questions: 3o minutes per section

4. Research/Experiment

  • No. of questions: Varies
  • No. of questions: Varies

GlobEDwise Batch Timings

 

 

Monday to Friday
09:00am – 11:00am
07:00pm – 09:00pm
Saturday – FLT
09:00am – 01:00pm

There are 2 batches for which student can have flexible accessibility.
The 2 hour batch consists 1 hour of VERBAL ABILITY and 1 hour of OUANTITATIVE / ANALYTICAL ABILITY.

We conduct an FLT (full length test) every Saturday for students to be able to judge their performance.