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The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is renowned worldwide as one of the most significant standardized tests for admission to post-Baccalaureate programs. Universities often require prospective Master’s or PhD students to take the GRE as part of the admissions process.

This test, founded in 1936 and currently administered by ETS Global, is valid for 5 years. Accepted by over 1,200 business schools worldwide.

The primary purpose of the GRE is to provide graduate schools with a standardized measure of an applicant’s abilities and potential. Its assists admissions committees in evaluating candidates from diverse educational background on a level playing field, ensuring fairness and objectivity in the selection process.

The GRE General Test comprises three main sections, Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning:

The Analytical Writing section consists of two tasks: “Issue Task” and “Argument Task” which evaluates a candidate’s ability to express their thought logically and critically within a given time frame.

The Verbal Reasoning section assesses a candidate’s comprehension skills, word relationships and ability to draw conclusion, it includes reading comprehension passages, sentence equivalence questions and text completion exercises. And the Quantitative Reasoning measures a test-taker’s proficiency in mathematical concepts and problem-solving skills.

Preparation is the key to success. It depends on the time you have available and the methods you use. Before taking the GRE® General test, get informed! Keep up to date on test procedures, tests, scores and practical information.

ETS offers a wide range of free tools on its website to help you prepare for the test. Simply create an ETS account (at the same place where you register and receive your scores) to access these resources free of charge.

The PowerPrep online test, for example, offers two free GRE tests with real questions you might encounter on the day of your exam. The second test is even timed and allows you to receive your scores. Practice under real test conditions to help you familiarize yourself with the test. Other free and paid resources are available on the ETS website.

Once you’ve taken the test and received the results, you can choose whether or not to pass on certain scores to the schools. This gives you the opportunity to add value to your results, or even to communicate the test results without mentioning the scores.

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