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About GRE

About GRE



 The GRE, or Graduate Record Examination, is a computer-based exam required by many graduate schools for admission to a variety of programs. GRE is a standardized exam, which means that it is designed to assess general skills necessary for graduate school, thereby providing graduate schools a tool to gauge students from different countries and varied backgrounds. Skills tested by GRE are acquired skills and with right preparation, a student can ace the exam.

What are GRE subject tests: GRE subject tests are designed to test the knowledge of a particular subject area that a student is expected to major in. The GRE subject tests are in the paper based format and consist of multiple-choice questions only. Subject tests are offered limited number of times in a year.

The GRE exam is conducted by Education Testing Services (ETS) and more information can gained from

Graduate Schools use GRE scores for various purposes. The GRE provides these schools a quantitative measure of comparison among thousands of applications from around the world. Scores are a necessary component of the application; however they can even be used to grant fellowships or financial aid. GRE also indirectly builds vocabulary and skills that are expected from an average graduate student in these schools.

GRE® is a registered trademark of the Educational Testing Service, which neither sponsors nor endorses this product.