GRE is standardized test which is to evaluate the candidate potential to study higher education in USA and many other countries. GRE scores are most determining factor needs to be considered for scholarship and admission requirement in different Universities of USA. It is an online computer adaptive test administered at USEF in Nepal. In Nepal, the computer based GRE is offered and the overall testing time for the computer-based GRE is about 3 hours and 45 minutes where 6 sections are divided with 10 minutes of break following third section.
GRE consist of three parts, they are:
Analytical writing measures two separate tasks -
- Analyze on Issue task = It presents an opinion on particular issue which depends upon specific instruction to support your position with final reason and examples.
- Analyze on Argument task = Firstly, you need to check what sort of argument has been constructed. So, u can flip the argument into logical answer, clearly pointing out the arguments strength and weakness, supporting your position with best reasons and examples.
Structure of Computer-based Test:
1 Analytical Writing
As we have already mentioned on above that it blinks with two measure tasks- Analyze Issue task and Analyze on Argument task. It can be fulfilled with 30 minutes each task.
2. Verbal Reasoning
It appears with 2 sections consisting of approximately 20 questions per section where it takes 30 minutes each section to finish up.
3. Quantitative Reasoning
Usually, it considers two sections, pulling approximate time of 20 questions on per section on one hand and 35 minutes on given time on the other hand.
- An unidentified unscored section may be included and may appear in any order after the Analytical Writing Section. It is not counted as part of score.
- An identified research section that is not scored may be included, and it is always at the end of the test.
The Analytical Writing Section will be always at first, whilst the other five sections may appear in any order.