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The Graduate Record Examination-General Test or GRE is a standardized, computer-delivered test that is an admissions requirement for pursuing masters (MS), doctoral (PhD) and now even MBA programs in many graduate schools around the world. Because of its highly competitive nature, students opt for the best GRE prep classes in Singapore. The exam is administered by the Educational Testing Service and assesses your analytical writing, verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning skills. The computer-delivered test can be taken once in every 21 days, up to 5 times a year. The exam is scored on a scale of 260 to 340. This is the reason why students choose to take up a good GRE prep course. GRE scores are used to supplement the applicant’s undergraduate records, recommendation letters and other qualifications for graduate-level study, making high-quality GRE test preparation mandatory. For more details, visit the official GRE website www.ets.org

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GRE Score Structure
  • Analytical Writing: 2 writing tasks to be completed within 30 minutes each
  • Verbal Reasoning: two 30-minute sections with 20 questions per section
  • Quantitative Reasoning: two 35-minute sections with 20 questions per section
GMAT FAQ
It is one of the various criteria that the admission council looks at. However, a good GRE® score does improve your chances of getting admission and financial aid.
Anybody can take the GRE exam irrespective of their educational qualification. But you have to be a graduate to start your Masters Program.
The registration fee for taking GRE® is USD 205. After the test, the test takers are asked to submit the names of 4 colleges that they would like to send their scores to. This facility is part of the USD 205 fee that is charged for the test.
GRE About GRE Class Training GRE Online Training GRE Private Tutoring GRE About Fill The Form Below To Know How Full Name Email Phone Number Interest Products The Graduate Record Examination-General Test or GRE is a standardized, computer-delivered test that is an admissions requirement for pursuing masters (MS), doctoral (PhD) and now even MBA programs in many graduate schools around the world. Because of its highly competitive nature, students opt for the best GRE prep classes in Singapore. The exam is administered by the Educational Testing Service and assesses your analytical writing, verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning skills. The computer-delivered test can be taken once in every 21 days, up to 5 times a year. The exam is scored on a scale of 260 to 340. This is the reason why students choose to take up a good GRE prep course. GRE scores are used to supplement the applicant’s undergraduate records, recommendation letters and other qualifications for graduate-level study, making high-quality GRE test preparation mandatory. For more details, visit the official GRE website www.ets.org image GRE Score Structure Analytical Writing: 2 writing tasks to be completed within 30 minutes each Verbal Reasoning: two 30-minute sections with 20 questions per section Quantitative Reasoning: two 35-minute sections with 20 questions per section GRE® FAQs Does admission to universities depend only on GRE® scores? Does one have to be a graduate for taking the GRE®? What is the cost/registration fee for the GRE®? How do I register for the GRE®? You can register online or by phone or mail. The detailed information about registering for the GRE® can be found at www.gre.org.
GMAT® is offered usually on all working days (i.e. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). For more information, please visit www.mba.com
GRE® is offered usually on all working days in Nepal (i.e. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). The test schedule can be obtained from www.gre.org
GRE® can be taken an unlimited number of times with a gap of a minimum of 21 calendar days between 2 tests. However, one can give the test only 5 times in a calendar year.
Your GRE® score will be valid for 5 years from the date the test was taken.
You will see your score for the maths and verbal sections the moment you finish the exam but official scores (with scores for AWA) will take about 7-10 days to reach you.
The universities only accept official scores sent directly by ETS. Scores to four colleges can be sent free of cost while taking the exam. Subsequently, for each score report sent to a college, you would have to pay $27.
Almost all the universities take the best score. If you have taken the GRE multiple times, you can choose the score that you want to send to the university.
Technically, you can take it as late as July 15. However, it is best to take the GRE® at least 15 days before the deadline so that you have enough time to prepare for the other parts of your application.
Yes, you need to have the GRE® score with you at the time of applying. However, you need not have the AWA score.
If the test registration is cancelled till 4 days ahead of the test, 50% of the fees will be refunded. After that, there will be no refunds. (So, it’s advisable for students to reschedule rather to cancel.)
The test date and the test centre can be changed to 4 days ahead of the test date by paying a fee of USD 50.
Cancellation: After the GRE exam, the student will see his scores. He will be given the option to cancel the score. Cancelled scores will not appear on his score report. Universities will not know that a student had cancelled a score earlier. Reinstatement : Cancelled scores can be reinstated within 60 days by paying a fee of $50. If a student takes the GRE and doesn’t get a good score, he can cancel the score and retake the exam after 21 days. If this second score is lower than the previous one that he had cancelled, he can reinstate the previous one.