About GRE

The Revised GRE General Test : Each year, about 675,000 prospective graduate and business school applicants from 230 countries/regions take the GRE test. GRE General Test now it is called as The Revised GRE General Test and the largest revision in the history of GRE. Applicants come from varying educational and cultural backgrounds and the GRE revised General Test provides the only common measure for comparing candidates' qualifications.

The GRE® revised General Test is available at about 700 test centers in more than 160 countries. It is offered as a computer-based test year round at most locations around the world and as a paper-based test up to three times a year in areas where computer-based testing is not available.

The Revised GRE General test has friendly design and new questions, the revised test more closely reflects the kind of thinking student will do in graduate or business school and demonstrates that he is ready for graduate-level work.

The GRE revised General Test is accepted at thousands of graduate and business schools as well as departments and divisions. Most of the Universities/Institutes are using GRE® scores as part of their MBA program admissions process.

In the Verbal Section Antonyms and Analogies are not in the Revised GRE. Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence questions haven been added to the new test and Reading Comprehension questions kept from the existing GRE.

In the Quantitative section Multiple Answer and Numeric Entry, have been added (Two new question types). The multiple-choice questions for Problem Solving and Data Analysis remain.

Both the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the revised GRE will have a score

The test scores are valid for five years, i.e., most universities accept scores up to five years old. But it is always better if your scores are recent (not older than 2 years).