The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized exam used by many colleges and universities for Post-graduate enrollment especially in the United States and Canada. The test is developed and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). The GRE assesses verbal and quantitative reasoning skills — your ability to understand what you read, to use language effectively, to reason clearly, and to apply advanced mathematical principles to unfamiliar problems.
GRE Test is valid for five (5) years from the date of the test and consists of three (3) sections, namely
- Verbal Reasoning:
Measuring the participants ability to analyze and evaluate written material and to intensify the information obtained, analyze the relationship between the sentences component part of word and concept.
- Quantitative Reasoning
Measuring the problem solving and analytical skill: focusing on basic concept of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
- Analytical Reasoning
Measuring the ability of critical thinking and analytical writing skill, especially the ability of articulation and supporting complex ideas clearly and effectively.
To achieve the highest score in GRE Test, familiarize yourself with the test format and questions. Take a lot of time to practice to strengthen your weaknesses. Good luck!