The Graduate Record Examination, commonly known as GRE, is one of the most widely accepted assessment tests checking the test taker’s analytical skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. It helps in the admission procedure of all prospective graduate and professional schools for masters’ education. The exam is not a college, subject, or course-specific. This examination tests students’ vigour for problem-solving and critical thinking required for a masters’ course. This blog will act as a GRE prep guide to understand how to obtain a good score in this prestigious examination.
The pen-paper exam has a time slot of three hours and thirty minutes, including six sections. The first two sections are of analytical writing, which lasts for thirty minutes each.