Here’s What You Should Know if You are Planning to take GRE Exam 2019

GRE Syllabus & Pattern 2019 - 2020

The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardised test conducted by ETS (Educational Testing Services) to test verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills. The test is divided as GRE General Test and GRE Subject Test. The GRE General test is popularly taken for enrolling in enrolling in graduate schools across the globe, including business or law. If you are looking to study abroad, especially in the US, then you should start preparing for GRE exam.

The GRE exam format keeps getting updated, however they stick to the test structure where students will be bested on three criteria, i.e. Verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing. The content structure for GRE Exam 2019 according to ETS is as follows:

Verbal Reasoning: This section is designed to measure your ability to analyse and evaluate written material and come to conclusions, analyse relationships among component parts of sentences and understand meaning of among words and concepts. The emphasis is laid on complex verbal reasoning skills. It contains three types of questions-

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Text Completion
  • Sentence Equivalence

Quantitative Reasoning: This section will measure your mathematical skills on Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Data analysis where questions are set in a way that require you to translate and model mathematically. Here, the emphasis is on quantitative reasoning skills. It contains four types of questions:

  • Quantitative Comparison Questions
  • Multiple-choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice
  • Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices
  • Numeric Entry Questions

Analytical Writing: This section tests your critical thinking and analytical skills. It also asses your ability to clearly express your thoughts in writing. Here, the emphasis is on analytical writing skills. It consists of two separately timed analytical writing tasks:

  • An Analyse an Issue task
  • An Analyse an Argument task

Cracking the GRE exam with great scores depend on the effort you put in and also the right guidance that you receive from the GRE coaching centre. If you are looking at GRE Preparation  syllabus, you can check on the ETS website for details. Usually, each coaching centre also provides the GRE syllabus and is thus advisable to refer to them for guidance.

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