Sun, Mar 9, 2014
A GRE score is typically the only component that all graduate school applicants have in common. It is considered to be a relatively accurate predictor of how you will perform in graduate schools, and is a critical benchmark used to distinguish individuals from their fellow applicants. In fact, at many schools, the GRE is a primary factor that determines not only your acceptance, but also what merit-based grants, fellowships, assistantships, and financial aid you may be eligible to receive. A serious preparation is about more than just a GRE score: it is an investment in your future.
GRE® General Test
The Graduate Record Examinations® (GRE®) General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE® Subject Tests gauge undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study and is often required for admission into a master's degree programme.
The GRE® Subject Tests
The GRE® Subject Tests gauge undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study and can help forecast a candidate's potential for success in a graduate school. Each Subject Test is intended for students who have majored in or have an extensive background in that specific area.
The GRE has the following format.
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The GRE requires test takers to be proficient in a wide array of areas including advanced mathematics, reading comprehension, and analytical writing. Our instructors here are enthusiastic and enjoy teaching in earnest. After all, we only hire professional instructors who can patiently and effectively explain the ideas in a fun, exciting manner.