The Graduate Requirement Exam, or GRE, is administered to students who are interested in applying to graduate schools throughout the country and abroad. The content on this exam reflects much of the material a student could potentially use during their time spent in graduate school and beyond. There are three sections to this exam - verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and a section on analytical writing.
Verbal reasoning assesses a student’s ability to critically evaluate written passages and extract pertinent information. Students are also expected to understand the concept of various word relationships as well as to evaluate phrases in sentences to determine the correct context. The analytical writing section assesses a student’s ability to create supporting ideas and to construct written work when prompted. Students are allowed 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete the entire test with the inclusion of breaks between various sections.
The quantitative reasoning section assesses a student’s ability to understand mathematical concepts obtained in high school level courses of algebra, geometry, and basic mathematics. The quantitative reasoning section of the GRE is comprised of four question formats. Two of the question formats are multiple-choice based with one involving a series of answer choices with one correct response, while the other offers more than one correct answer choice. There are also quantitative comparison and numeric entry questions included in this section. This section of the GRE test will include graphs, data sets, charts, and/or tables as well.
A student is NOT allowed to bring a calculator to the test center; rather, there is one provided via the computer screen. If the student is not taking the computer version of the test, the testing center will supply a calculator for testing on that day. All scores from this exam are valid for 5 years after the date of testing for use at educational institutions throughout the United States and abroad. Some schools may choose to accept the results even after this time frame. It is important to check individual requirements with the school of the student’s choice. For further information on the Graduate Requirement Exam, specifically with the section on quantitative reasoning, please visit the official GRE website.
In addition to the general GRE, there are also seven individual subject tests offered. These are intended to allow a student the opportunity to demonstrate their expertise in one or more subject areas and increase their chances of drawing the attention of the admissions personnel at educational institutions. GRE Subject Tests are offered in: Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology. For further information about individual subject tests, click on the link here.
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