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The GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) test is conducted by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). It is taken by more than one million people each year in more than 160 countries. The GRE tests your knowledge of three subjects: Math, Verbal, and Analytical Writing. It also includes an optional subject called an "Experimental Subject."
The Analytical Writing Assessment is an exam section that focuses on your ability to analyse arguments, make inferences, and use logic. You are provided with a stimulus in the form of an argument or issue, and you must compose a response to that stimulus. Once you have finished writing, the GRE program will then provide you with a prompt for how to respond to your response.
A section of the GRE exam is known as the Verbal Reasoning Assessment. A list of vocabulary and grammar questions are given, and the test taker must answer them correctly in a set time. The GRE also has Reading Comprehension sections that ask questions about passages from texts. These texts may be from magazines, journals, books, or short stories.
The Quantitative Reasoning section asks a series of questions typically without a calculator. It's not uncommon to find questions with a word problem format, graph interpretation, and quantitative comparison. The GRE also features an on-screen calculator for use with any math question covered in the test.
Verbal Reasoning: 130-170
Quantitative Reasoning: 130-170
Analytical Writing: 0-6
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