GRE

About GRE®

GRE® Test is available in two types: GRE® General Test and GRE® Subject Tests.

The General Test measures three major skills namely Verbal reasoning, Quantitative reasoning and Analytical writing required adapting and performing at today's graduate and business school programs.

The GRE® General Test is required by many graduate and professional schools in the U.S and is an important criterion for admission to their graduate programs. Applicants must submit their GRE® scores together with certain other records or requirements as part of the process of admission to graduate schools across the globe and USA in particular.

For more information visit www.ets.org/gre

Why GRE® Test Preparation @ CAREERLINE?®

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Test Format

Sections Parts and Number of Questions Duration Total Score
Analytical Writing Two Tasks
Task One - Analyse an issue
Task Two - Analyse an Argument
Task 1: 30 Min.
Task 2: 30 Min.
0 - 6
Verbal Reasoning Two Sections
20 Questions in each section
30 Minutes on each section 170
Quantitative Reasoning Two Sections
20 Questions in each section
30 Minutes on each section 170
Unscored Does not count towards your score. May appear in any order after or before Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Varies 0
Research Does not count toward your score. Questions for ETS Research purpose may replace unscored section and come at the end of the test Varies 0
Total Score:340

Coaching Fee - GRE®

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Skills Measured

1

Verbal section

The skills measured include the test taker's ability to analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it analyze relationships among component parts of sentences recognize relationships between words and concepts

2

Quantitative section

The skills measured include the test taker's ability to understand basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis reason quantitatively solve problems in a quantitative setting.

3

Analytical Writing Assessment

The skills measured include the test taker's ability to articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively examine claims and accompanying evidence support ideas with relevant reasons and examples sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion control the elements of standard written English.