GRE


GRE

The most important step toward a successful future starts with GRE. If you are planning to study abroad at top university in the world, GRE is the key stepping stone to secure an admission. Whether you are planning to go to graduate school or business school, top score in GRE revised General Test can make things happen for you. GRE is considered to be a benchmark for graduate admission and having a good score can boost your chances.


GRE is ideal for business school applicants and prospective graduate from all over the world who are interested in pursuing a MBA, master's, doctoral degree or specialized master's in business. GRE revised General Test provides schools with a common measure for comparing candidates' qualifications, eliminating the cultural differences of the applicants from around the world.

GRE is the most popular and widely accepted for graduate admissions. Thousands of graduate and business schools accepts GRE score. View this list (PDF)

GRE allows to take multiple attempts at the test and send only the scores you want schools to see. It’s only available with GRE tests with ScoreSelect option.

Furthermore, most universities use GRE score to supplement your recommendation letters, undergraduate records and other qualifications for graduate-level study.

The GRE revised General Test consist of 3 main sections that closely reflect the kind of thinking you'll do in graduate or business school.


  • Verbal Reasoning — Evaluates your ability to analyze and synthesize written materials and apply the knowledge in logical manner.
  • Quantitative Reasoning — Tests you critical reasoning and problem-solving ability with mathematical concepts.
  • Analytical Writing — Measures your analytical skills and logical reasoning to solve complex challenges and articulate complex ideas effectively.
SectionNumber of QuestionsTime
Analytical Writing Assessment (One section with two separately timed tasks)'Analysis of an Issue' task and 'Analysis of an argument' task30 minutes per task
Verbal Reasoning (Two sections)20 questions per section30 minutes per section
Quantitative Reasoning(Two sections)20 questions per section35 minutes per section
Experimental/ResearchVariesVaries

Apply now

Back to Top