GRE (Computer Based Test) Brief

GRE
Computer Based Test

The GRE Computer Based Test (CBT) is required by graduate and professional schools, as it is considered a crucial prerequisite/component for admission to a graduate program.

Analytical Writing Assessment: One 30-minute “Analyze an Issue” task, and one 30-minute “Analyze an Argument” task.

Quantitative Reasoning: Two 20-question sections containing arithmetic, algebra, geometry, quantitative comparisons, and data interpretation questions. Average time for each section is 35minutes.

Verbal Reasoning: Two 20-question sections containing analogies/synonyms, sentence completions, and comprehension reading questions.

We recommend that prospective GRE test takers should prepare for at least eight (8) weeks before sitting for the test. This will help them get familiar with the examination content and ensure proper time management.

GRE (Computer Based Test)

GRE
(Computer Based Test)

The GRE Computer Based Test (CBT) is required by graduate and professional schools, as it is considered a crucial prerequisite/component for admission to a graduate program.

Analytical Writing Assessment: One 30-minute “Analyze an Issue” task, and one 30-minute “Analyze an Argument” task.

Quantitative Reasoning: Two 20-question sections containing arithmetic, algebra, geometry, quantitative comparisons, and data interpretation questions. Average time for each section is 35minutes.

Verbal Reasoning: Two 20-question sections containing analogies/synonyms, sentence completions, and comprehension reading questions.

We recommend that prospective GRE test takers should prepare for at least eight (8) weeks before sitting for the test. This will help them get familiar with the examination content and ensure proper time management.