GRE Preparation for Abroad Education
Students seeking admission to graduate courses in different fields in various countries appear for the GRE General Test. Individuals looking to pursue a Master’s, MBA, or Ph.D. degree can also appear for the test. For merit-based scholarships in grad school, you can appear for the GRE test.
There are no particular months or years reserved for the GRE Exam, as it is conducted around the year, and candidates can appear for the GRE General Test depending upon their preparation & wish. The paper-based test is conducted two times a year in locations where computer-driven tests are not available. Students can reappear for the test up to 5 times a year, once every 21 days.
There are two types of GRE tests available for the candidates to choose from: GRE General Test and GRE Subject Test.
GRE General Test
GRE paper pattern for the computer-based & paper-based format are:
- Analytical Writing:
Computer Based: 1 section- 2 tasks (60 mins)
Paper Based: 2 section- 2 tasks (60 mins)
Score Scale: 0-6 with 0.5 increments.
- Verbal Reasoning:
Computer Based: 2 section- 40 questions (60 mins)
Paper Based: 2 section- 40 questions (70 mins)
Score Scale: 130-170 with 1-point increment.
- Quantitative Reasoning
Computer Based: 2 section- 40 questions (70 mins)
Paper Based: 2 section- 50 questions (80 mins)
Score Scale: 130-170 with 1-point increment.
GRE Subject Test:
How to Register for GRE?
You register yourself for the GRE test through the following modes:
- Visit www.ets.org/gre & create your account.
- Select the type of GRE you want to appear in: the GRE General or GRE Subject Test.
- Select the date for the GRE Exam and the nearest test center.
- Provide your academic details & proceed to pay.
- Over the Phone: Candidates can call the Regional Registration Center (RRC) to register themselves. Do make sure you make the call at least two days before your preferred test date. You will receive all the related information over the phone. In the end, you would be asked to pay the fee through an online payment medium.
How to Prepare for GRE?
- Select a proper study material:
Study materials are abundantly available both online & offline that makes the candidates confused. Instead of trying everything, stick to one book or resource. Start with basics, and once you get a hang of them, then move to advanced materials.
- Make a proper study plan:
Your study plan should be based on the time left for your GRE test including, your current preparation level and how much you want to score. As you prepare a plan, you are confident of your progress and feel charged to complete the course.
- Focus on Quantitative Analysis:
Quantitative Analysis is different from Maths. It requires reasoning ability as the questions are based mainly on simple logic with a twist. Solving them with concepts and procedures is both confusing and time-consuming. An efficient approach would be figuring out a pattern and creating a plan to solve them.
- Know the situational application words:
Most of the students make a mistake wherein they try to learn a list of words in a small time frame. Though the words are important for the section of sentence completion, the whole point of the test is to evaluate the candidates’ vocabulary. So, even if you know the meaning of every word, it will be useless if you know its use. The quick way to learn the context is to use the Mnemonics technique.
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- 1 from Employer, 2 from College
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- Appointment Letter
- Experience Letter
- 6 months salary slip
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