The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test that assesses the verbal, quantitative reasoning and analytic writing abilities of a test taker. GRE Revised General test is usually taken by the prospective graduate applicants from all around the world who are interested in pursuing a Master or a Doctoral degree. GRE scores are used by admissions or fellowship panels to supplement your undergraduate records, recommendation letters and other qualifications for graduate-level study.
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About the Computer-adaptive GRE
Computer Adaptive GRE test is a pre-determined mixture of easy, medium, and hard questions. The test is designed in such a way that it will select questions for you based on your level of performance. In the beginning you will get a question of medium difficultly. If you get a correct answer then the next question will be selected from a pool of a little harder question but if you get the first question wrong, the second will be a little easier. So, the test automatically adjusts to your skill level with every question you answer. The Tough questions have more credit than easier ones.
Note that you can still earn a high score even if you make some question wrong but it is necessary to get difficult questions answered.
The sections are score for the GRE are as follows:
|Verbal Reasoning||130 – 170, in 1 point increments|
|Quantitative Reasoning||130 – 170, in 1 point increments|
|Analytical Writing||0-6, in half point increments|
For more information regarding GRE, please refer to www.ets.org/gre.