The graduate record examination is the most critical assessment to get admission into the world’s most prestigious and sought after colleges to attain higher education – the GRE examination is conducted all across the year and a student can enroll into a center nearby to give the examination and subject to the applicants received, the student will hear back with the date of examination and timing for the same.
Usually the examination lasts upto 3 hours and 30 minutes (written) and 3 hours 45 minutes (computer). The syllabus for the same is divided into analytical, verbal reasoning and quantitative. The syllabus for GRE across the 3 segments has been covered by us in our last post which can also be read to get reference about books that come up with sample question papers to help you prepare to crack GRE.
GRE Sample Questions 2016
The GRE revised General Test measures your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills – skills that have been developed over a long period of time and are not related to a specific field of study but are important for all. Here’s a look at content covered in the three test sections – Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Analytical Writing.
The GRE website gives you an apt platform to get in-sync with the samples of GRE tests that can help you get an idea into the standard and technicality of GRE. You can download GRE sample paper from here.
Samples Questions, Tips and More
View general advice, sample questions with rationales, scoring guides and tips for answering question types to become familiar with each of the test sections:
GRE Important Books
There are also some reference books available to crack GRE which can be easily found on Indian websites, here we mention a few that are worth giving a look :
|Official GRE Super Power Pack||Buy Online|
|Official Guide to GRE Test||Buy Online|
|Official GRE Verbal Questions Sample||Buy Online|
|Official GRE Quantitative Questions Sample||Buy Online|
|GRE 2016 with 6 Practice Tests||Buy Online|
So, are you ready to take on the GRE and enroll into your dream college to pursue higher education? We hope that we make GRE sound just as little complicated as it actually is.