The GRE General Test measures your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills. The test is accepted by graduate and business schools in U.S. and other countries, meaning you only need to take one test to have many opportunities within reach.
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The Verbal Reasoning section of the GRE® General Test evaluates your capacity for reading, analyzing, and synthesizing written material. It also tests your understanding of the links between words and concepts.
The GRE® General Test’s Quantitative Reasoning section evaluates your ability to:
Your ability to think critically and write analytically is tested on the Analytical Writing measure. It evaluates your capacity to formulate and defend complex ideas, build and assess arguments, and maintain an organized and cogent dialogue. It doesn’t evaluate in-depth subject knowledge.
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Prospective applicants wishing to pursue master’s, specialized master’s in business, MBA, JD or doctoral degrees can take the GRE General Test. GRE scores provide a common measure of comparison used by admissions or fellowship panels. The scores supplement undergraduate records, recommendation letters, and other graduate-level application materials. Select an option to know more.
Both sections will be divided in two sub-sections with section 1 having 12 questions and section 2 having 15 questions.
|# of Tasks/Questions
|1 Issue task; 30 minutes
|Section 1: 12 questions; 18 minutes
Section 2: 15 questions; 23 minutes
|Section 1: 12 questions; 21 minutes
Section 2: 15 questions; 26 minutes
|Total Testing Time: 1 hour, 58 mins
The reading passages that might be included in the test will not change from the earlier version of the GRE.
The number of associated questions with the Reading passages will not change from the earlier version of the GRE.
The GRE® General Test fee varies according to the country. In India, the test fee is ₹ 22,550.
Yes. GRE® test scores are hands down the most widely accepted scores for admission at graduate programs around the world, and they certainly help candidates pursue a plethora of options.
Thousands of universities, including 1300+ business school that offer MBA programs, accept the GRE General Test. These include:
In addition to the GRE® General Test, which is a general test of academic skills unrelated to any particular field, ETS also offers the GRE® Subject Tests. The Subject Tests gauge your proficiency in a specific area of study. They are intended for students who have an undergraduate major or extensive background in one of the following disciplines:
Anybody can take the GRE General Test. There is no specific eligibility requirement.