GRE is a computer-based test and is conducted by Education Testing Service (ETS). A test mandatory for most of the students who have completed their undergraduate programs in India and who intend to pursue their Master’s and Doctoral programs in the USA.
Total Marks = 340
CBT(Computer Based Test)
Total time = 3 hrs 10min
3 Parts (Maths, Verbal, Writing)
- Writing - (Bands out of 6)
- Maths - (170)
- Verbal - (170)
|Section||Number of Question||Type of Questions||Time||Score|
|Analytical Writting||2 Essays||Analysis of Issue
Analysis of Argument
|Total Time||Approx 3 hrs 15mins||340|
Test start with WRITING SECTION (compulsory you have to type Essay)
Part - 1 Analyze an Issue
- Time: 30 min
- No option
- General topic they will give from pool of topic.You have to take your position and you have to support your side.
Part-2 Analyze an Argument
- Time: 30 min
- No options
- Generally topic they will give from pool of topic, you have to find what author wants to say and you have to oppose (argue) author’s position.
- You will get 2 separate section of verbal reasoning.
- Each section has 20 Questions.
- Each section has 30 Minutes time.
3 types of questions
1st type – Reading Comprehension
- In that, you have to read paragraph and select answer from five answer choices.
- In that 3 types of questions can be asked
- 1. Multiple choice Questions-Select one Answer choice
- 2. Multiple choice Questions- Select one or More Answer choices
- These questions provide three answer choices, select all that are correct
- 3. Select in passage: Choose the sentence in the passage that meets certain description.
2nd type – Test Completion Questions
- In that, select one entry from the corresponding column of choices for each blank.
- Fill all blanks in the way that best completes the text.
3rd type – Sentence Equivalence Questions
- Select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole and produce completed sentences that are alike in meaning.
- You will get 2 separate sections of Quantitative Reasoning
- Each Section has 35 Minutes.
- Each section has 20 Questions.
- 3 types of questions
1st type – Multiple choice Questions
(1) Select one Answer choice:
- These questions are multiple-choice questions that ask you to select only one answer choice from a list of five choices
(2) Select one or More Answer choices:
- Select one or more answer choices according to the specific question directions.
- If the question does not specify how many answer choices to select, select all that apply.
- The correct answer may be just one of the choices or as many as all of the choices, depending on the question.
- No credit is given unless you select all of the correct choices and no others.
- If the question specifies how many answer choices to select, select exactly that member of choices.
2nd type: Numeric Entry Questions
- Enter your answer in the answer box(es) below the questions.
- Enter the exact answer unless the question asks you to round your answer.
3rd type: Quantitative Comparison Questions
- Some questions give you two quantities, Quantity A and Quantity B.
- Compare the two quantities and choose one of the following answer choices.
- A if quantity A is greater
- B if quantity B is greater
- C if the two quantities are equal
- D if you cannot determine the relationship based on the given information.
- You will also be asked Data Interpretation Questions, which are grouped together and refer to the same table, graph or other data presentation.
- These questions ask the examinee to interpret or analyze the given data.
- The types of questions may be multiple-choice (both types) or Numeric Entry.
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