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Test Preparation: GRE

Test Preperation: GRE

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is a computer adaptive test. It is used as a determining factor for admissions to general graduate-level degree programs in the United States.
The test assesses the verbal, math, and analytical skills of applicants for graduate schools.
Fact of GRE
The GRE is composed of Analytical Writing, Verbal, and Quantitative sections.
Candidates and designated institutions receive test scores within 10 to 15 days of test administration.
The total score is 1600 (Verbal & Quantitative)
Two essays: 0 to 6
The test is open through out the year.
The test takes up to 2 hours and 30 minutes.
The score is valid for 5 years from the date of the test.
GRE at Cambridge
Students are able to prepare efficiently with structured lessons organized to help them concentrate on the highest-yield areas. The instructors guide students through the programs and provide additional assistance, when required, along with continuous feedbacks to concentrate on the sections they need to work harder upon. An important part of the program is the integrated home study and online resources students receive to build on their test skills.
A wide variety of reference materials and practice questions are provided to help students target their areas of focus. Students have access to additional materials and a setting conducive to their study needs. The classroom programs provide the resources that are needed to optimize the GRE score.