GRE (GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATION)

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There is no specific age restriction or credential needed for entrants to apply for GRE, but participants are expected to have completed their undergraduate education since GRE is an assessment test for students who wish to pursue their graduate courses.

There are two examination formats for the GRE - the GRE General Test and the GRE Topic Test. For each of the subparts of the GRE examination, the syllabus is unique.
GRE General Exam: The General Assessment is a comprehensive test that calculates the capacity of students in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.
GRE Subject Test: The College can include a Subject Test for some more courses offered, as the Subject Test focuses on evaluating the ability of the individual in particular fields.
Objective learning: In this module, 3 parts are included which are:
1) AWA—Analytical Writing Assessment
2) Verbal Reasoning
3) Quantitative Reasoning

1) AWA
The analytical writing section helps to examine the willingness of the test taker to easily and
effectively describe challenging ideas to support concepts with appropriate definitions and
examples, evaluate arguments and associated facts, maintain a well-focused coherent discussion,
and manipulate the features of written language- English.

2) Verbal Reasoning
The verbal reasoning section intends to improve the perception of the test taker to understand and
make judgments from the debate, reason from insufficient information, determine the assumptions
and/or viewpoint of the author, select a key point, separate major from minor or similar points,
analyze text, grasp the structure of the sentence, understand the meanings of expressions, phrases,
and entire texts.
Topics:
* Structure of simple sentences: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
* The Verb Tense
* Idioms & expressions of Idiomatic
* Agreement Pronoun
* Subject-Agreement with Verb
* Modifiers
* Parallelism

3) Quantitative Reasoning
The quantitative reasoning component seeks to demonstrate the exam recipient's willingness to
comprehend quantitative information, identify and explain quantifiable information, use
mathematical formulas to construct solutions, and extend arithmetic, geometry, logic, probability
theory to core math knowledge.
Topics:
* Proportion and ratio
* Loss and benefit
* Plain and compound interest
* Velocity, distance, and time
* Permutation & mixture
* Linear Equations
* Equations in Quadratic
* Theory Sets
* The Statistics
* Roots and Powers
* The probability
* Cisterns, Pipes, Job, Time
* Angles and lines
* Triangles and its theory
* The Polygon
* The Quadrilaterals  
* Curves
* Geometry Coordinate
* Order of Activities
* Ground region and volume
* Percentage Theory
* Properties of Numbers
Objective learning: In this module, six parts are included:
1) Chemistry
2) Biology
3) English Literature
4) Physics
5) Mathematics
6) Psychology

1) Chemistry
The exam comprises approximately 130 multiple choice questions about the four fields usually
grouped into chemistry.
Topics:
* Chemistry analytics
* The Chemistry of Inorganics
* The Chemistry of Organics
* Chemistry in Physical Matters

2) Biology
The exam comprises approximately 190 biology-related five choice questions.
Topics:
* Molecular and Cellular Biology
* Biology of Organism
* Ecology and Progression

3) English Literature
Around 230 questions on poetry, drama, biography, essay, short stories, novel, critics, literary theory, and the language history are included in each part of the examination.
Topics:
* Literary Assessment
* Identifying
* Contexts in society and history
* Culture and Literary Criticism Theory

4) Physics
The questionnaire involves about 100 five-choice questions, many of which are classified into sets
and built on materials like diagrams, graphs, analytical data, and physical scenario descriptions.
Topics:
* Mechanics Classics
*  The electromagnetism
* Phenomena of Optics and Wave
* Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics
* Mechanics of Quantum
* Physics of the Atom
* Relativity
* Methods for the Laboratory
* Advanced Topics

5) Mathematics
Approximately 66 multiple-choice questions from lessons usually provided at the undergraduate
level are included in the examination.
Topics:
* Algebra
* Calculus Computing
* Core Subjects

6) Psychology
The test is made up of about 205 multiple-choice questions. There are five alternatives for each
query in the exam, from which the experimenter chooses the only choice that is the accurate or best
solution to the issue.
Topics:
* Biological-based
* Cognitive-based
* Developmental Evolution
* Civil
* Medical Facilities
* Measurement/Other/Methodology

Course Description

* An entrance exam often used by graduate schools to examine individuals is the Graduate Record Exams (GRE), General Test. About 1000 degree programs around the globe, including some law schools and some business schools, accept GRE ratings from participants.

* Furthermore, GRE is also used to evaluate whether graduate scholarships or graduate thesis or graduate assistantships are awarded to a person.

* There are three critical elements of the GRE question paper, namely, Theoretical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. The overall time for completing the exam is 3 hours 30 minutes (equals to 210 minutes) and 3 hours 40 minutes (equals to 220 minutes) for computer-based research.

* You can refer to the following two books for preparation for your GRE test:
1. The Official Guide to the GRE revised General Test, Second Edition
2. GRE POWER PREP II Software - Preparation for the Computer-based GRE revised General Test
This course is best suited for:
* This course is for the student who has begun preparing for the GRE but needs advice on how best to start various GRE challenges and approaches to resolve them quickly.

Features

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

* The ETS GRE is a test for graduate studies, while the College Board's SAT is specifically for
undergraduate years.


? The Math portion of GRE contains:
50% -- Calculus
25% -- Algebra
25% -- Extra/core subjects


? Though GRE is undertaken for people who want to learn internationally, GATE is undertaken
at Indian Institutes for enrollment to M.E/M.Tech programs.