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The Graduate Record Examinations is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for most graduate schools in the United States. The GRE is owned and administered by Educational Testing Service which created it in 1949

The graduate record examination (GRE) is a standardized exam used to measure one's aptitude for abstract thinking in the areas of analytical writing, mathematics and vocabulary. The GRE is commonly used by many graduate schools to determine an applicant's eligibility for the program. The GRE is primarily offered via computer; however, in areas which lack the appropriate computer networks, a paper-based exam may be given.

The GRE General Test is used broadly by graduate and business schools as a screening criteria for applicants. Some schools may require applicants to take GRE Subject Tests, which measure their knowledge in particular fields of study. These subject areas may include physics, psychology, biology, literature in English, and chemistry. GRE Subject Test areas of focus are not always static; tests have been discontinued for topics such as computer science and biochemistry, though the scores from previously taken tests remain reportable.

The GRE test is one of the most widely accepted graduate admission tests, particularly in the United States and other English-speaking countries like Australia. It is worth noting that it is NOT often a required test in the UK. This test is exclusively provided by a company called Educational Testing Service (ETS) which also owns TOEFL (for English language proficiency). While the GMAT tends to be the test of preference for candidates applying to gain admission onto MBA programmes, a number of business schools continue to accept either GRE OR GMAT . However, the GRE is not just for postgraduate study in business and management and may be requested for postgraduate degree admissions in a wide variety of subject areas.

The general GRE (see below for subject-specific GRE) measure skills in four areas : verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing which are considered as those which new students should possess before embarking in postgraduate study (or “grad school” as our cousins in the USA call it!).

The GRE® has two examinations: The General Test & The Subject Test. The GRE® revised General Test consists three main portions: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. It is offered as a computer-based test and takes about 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete.

Analytical Writing measures the test taker’s critical thinking and analytical writing skills, specifically the ability to articulate and support complex ideas clearly and effectively. This portion will require two essays to be written within a total of 60 minutes. There will be 30 minutes to write the “Issue” essay and 30 minutes to write the “Argument” essay.

Verbal Reasoning measures the test taker’s ability to analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it. Verbal Reasoning also analyzes the relationships among component parts of sentences and recognizes relationships among words and concepts. It is broken up into two 30-minute sections of approximately 20 questions each.

Quantitative Reasoning measures the test taker’s problem-solving abilities using basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. It is broken up into two 35-minute sections of approximately 20 questions each.




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