GRE Exam: Graduate Record Examinations(GRE) is a standardized test conducted by ETS(Educational Testing Services).GRE score is accepted by most of the top graduate-level schools for Master degree program like as MS in the USA.
What is the eligibility of the GRE Exam?
Eligibility: Here, the only requirement is to prove your Identity. You have to show your Original Passport(not a photocopy) which indicates your all details like your full name, photograph, and signature.
In this matter, no other documents like Birth Certificate, Driving License, etc. can be used as an alternative document.
What is the no of GRE Centres in India?
Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Gandhinagar, Gurgaon, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Nashik, New Delhi, Nizamabad, Patna, Pune, Trivandrum, Vadodara and Vijawada.
What is the pattern of GRE Exam?
The GRE Exam is a generalized test that is not related to any particular field. It has three sections: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
What is the difference between GRE and GMAT?
First of all GRE Exam is comparatively more comfortable than the GMAT Exam.GMAT is tougher. If you want to study MS or MBA in abroad, then these two exams are your option.
One important thing is that if you have already GRE score and want to study abroad MBA then there is a provision to convert the GRE score to GMAT.
Who takes the GRE Exam?
Aspirants seeking admission in graduate and business schools across the world for pursuing Masters, MBA or Ph.D. course.
Do you know that the GRE Exam is also valid for Law school?
If you want to study Law across the world, then there is a scope of accepting GRE score for admission. Some of the Law schools are given below:
1)American University Washington College of Law
2)Brooklyn Law School
3)Columbia Law School
4)Florida International University College of Law
5)John Marshall Law School
6)Boston University School of Law
7)Chicago-Kent College of Law
8)Harvard Law School
9)Cornell Law School
10)New York University School of Law
How long are GRE scores valid?
The score is valid for five years after the year in which you took the test.
What are the topics covered for Quantitative Reasoning Syllabus?
1)Maths Formulas List
3)Order of operations
5)Ratio and proportion
6)Profit and loss
7)Simple and compound interest
8)Speed, distance and time
9)Permutation & combination
13)Statistics: Average, Median, Mode, Range, Standard deviation
14)Powers and roots
16)Pipes, cisterns, work, time
17)Lines and angles
23)Volume and surface area
GRE Verbal Reasoning Syllabus:-
1)Basic Sentence structure: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
3)Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions