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GRE stands for Graduate Record Examination and is administered by Educational Testing Service. It was established in 1936 by the Carnegie Foundation. GRE is a test given for admission to Canada, the United States, and few others. GRE tests your skills and basic knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data analysis, and vocabulary (college level). It leaves a significant impact on your application for graduate school. Types of GRE There are two types of GRE- GRE General Test GRE Subject Test
The GRE is essential to get into graduate school. So! Students willing to study in graduate school in countries like the USA, Canada, and many more or want to secure a fellowship (merit-based) for graduate school must sit for this exam. All graduate schools in foreign countries demand a GRE score for admission in both masters and Ph.D. programs. More than 1,200 business schools that offer top MBA programs accept GRE scores. Also, GRE scores are required for masters and doctoral programs. In short, a GRE score will be needed for at least one of the programs you are applying for. Without GRE scores, you will not be able to take admission in any master’s or Ph.D. programs. If you want merit-based funding, then you are required to sit for the GRE. GRE scores will be valid for five years, so you can appear for the GRE if you have a plan to apply to graduate school within five years for a master’s or Ph.D..
The GRE is conducted in 2 formats- computer-based and paper-based and both have a different exam pattern. Usually, paper-based tests are preferred in those areas where there is no facility for computer-based tests. If you appear for a computer-based test, then you will get a score at the center itself, whereas, in a paper-based test, you will get your scores after six weeks.
GRE complete form- Graduate Record Examination Official website- https:/ets.org/gre It is required for MS/ MBA/Ph.D. courses in the USA, Canada, etc. Conducted by- educational testing service Formats- Computer-based and Paper-based. Examination Fee- US$ 205 Score range- verbal Reasoning- 130 to 170, Quantitative Reasoning- 130 to 170, Analytical Writing- 0 to 6
There are no such criteria to appear for the GRE except that the candidate must have an undergraduate degree. Aspirants of any age interested in doing a master’s or P.hD program can appear for the GRE test. Candidates must follow specific predefined eligibility criteria of the universities and should have Id proof. It is essential for the candidates appearing for the exam to show their particular identification proof (mainly passport) at the centers. The average score accepted by the top universities is 320.
It is generally conducted to test the student’s knowledge of a particular subject. These subjects are- Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Psychology, and English Literature. It assesses the undergraduate learning of a student. It is a computer-based exam with multiple-choice questions related to a particular subject. For example, MCQ in biology is 190.

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