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What is on the GRE?
The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized entrance exam used across the world to test if a student is educationally ready to advance to a graduate school. This exam is divided into 6 sections:
- 1 Analytical Writing section (2 essay prompts)
- 2 Verbal Reasoning sections (20 multiple-choice questions each which tests for Reading comprehension)
- 2 Quantitative Reasoning sections (20 multiple-choice questions each that tests for Mathematics concepts)
- 1 experimental section that does not count towards a student’s overall score (20 multiple-choice questions)
The 2 Verbal Reasoning Sections and 2 Quantitative Reasoning Sections are graded from a score ranging from 130-170, while the Analytical Writing Section grades each individual essay from 0-6. The student will then receive 3 individual scores:
VerbalReasoning Section score QuantitativeReasoning Section score
- Analytical Writing Section score.
The GRE is a computerized exam, in which students will have to answer all multiple-choice questions directly on a computer provided. However, students will hand write
The first segment on the GRE is the Analytical Writing Section, in which students need to complete 2 essay prompts in 60 minutes. Students will be given 30 minutes to complete each essay and will need to use their critical thinking and logical writing skills in order to analyze, interpret, and develop complex ideas and arguments that pertain to the given essay prompt.
One essay will be categorized as an “Argument Task,” in which students are not only instructed to simply agree or disagree with the given
Following the Analytical Writing Section, students may be presented with either a Verbal Reasoning Section, a Quantitative Reasoning Section, or an Experimental Section.
The Verbal Reasoning Section requires students to complete 20 multiple-choice questions in 30 minutes. There are 2 Verbal Reasoning Sections throughout the GRE. In this section, students will be asked questions on either Reading comprehension, text completion, or sentence structure. Students will need to be able to analyze, interpret, and deduce conclusions from written text. Students will have to dissect the author’s assumptions and intent when analyzing the
Students with a cumulative score of 164 or better generally perform in the 90th percentile or higher on the GRE.
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The Quantitative Reasoning Section requires students to complete 20 multiple-choice questions in 35 minutes. There will be 2 Quantitative Reasoning Sections throughout the GRE. In this section, students will need to proficiently analyze and comprehend certain quantitative information previously taught in either an Elementary Math, Algebra or Geometry class. A Statistics course may also be beneficial to take prior to the GRE, since some questions in this section deal with analyzing and interpreting statistical data. With this previous mathematical knowledge, students can solve the given problems using mathematical models from real-life scenarios or purely mathematical settings. Students are not permitted to bring a calculator to the GRE; however, there will be a simple on-screen calculator that is provided during this section.
The Experimental Section of the GRE is a non-graded section that will present itself as either a Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning Section, in which students will have to answer 20 multiple-choice questions in either 30 or 35 minutes, respectfully. Students will not know which section on the GRE will be the Experimental Section, so doing their best throughout the entire exam will ensure the best possible score outcome.
Immediately after students complete the GRE, they are able to view the results of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning Sections. Students can then immediately send these results to a prospective graduate school
How is the GRE scored?
The 2 Verbal Reasoning Sections and 2 Quantitative Reasoning Sections are graded from a score ranging from 130-170, while the Analytical Writing Section grades each individual essay from 0-6. Immediately after students complete the GRE, they are able to view the results of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning Sections, since these sections are computerized. Students can then immediately send these results to a prospective graduate school
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Preparing for the standardized GRE can be an extremely stressful time during many students academic careers, especially when this exam strongly dictates what graduate school will accept them into the school’s prestigious program. Students sometimes may not know what exact material they need to prepare for in order to perform well on the GRE, leaving them feeling stressed and unmotivated. However, in working with an experienced GRE tutor from The Glaser Tutoring Company, students will be able to prepare accurately and thoroughly to best prepare themselves for the upcoming GRE.
A skilled in-home or online GRE tutor will educate students in all sections encompassed on the standardized exam. Therefore, students will be able to correct any previous academic obstacles pertaining to the GRE, such as Reading
A professional GRE tutor will be able to provide a customized learning plan that will accommodate the amount of time a student has before exam day. This will allow the student to prepare and study for the GRE in a most efficient and effective manner, all while giving the student the necessary self-confidence to perform well on this standardized exam.