BEST GRE TRAINING IN BANGALORE
Hurray Edutech offers the best training in Bangalore for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test.
GRE scores are a requirement for admission into many Master’s and Ph.D. programs in the United States. It is a rigorous computer-based or paper-based test that lasts for almost four hours, and it requires intensive preparation to ensure a good score.
The three sections of the GRE cover Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Analytical Writing. A good score may help not only to secure admission a better university but also to be considered for a university scholarship.
Hurray has Bangalore’s most experienced teachers of the GRE, including IIT engineers and US faculty. We have extensive resources to help students get the most out of their training experience. We also offer online support for our students.
As a limited-time special offer, enrollment in our GRE Training Program entitles you to consultation with and help from our experts on admissions and application processes for US graduate degree programs.
Call us today to find out more about our unique training program. Registration is currently under way for classes that start in mid-April.
GRE Test Preparation
The beginning of GRE would be to get mentally prepared for a test which tests your skills and knowledge in three different aspects. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a 3 hour and 45 minutes, multiple-choice, multi-stage test required by most graduate schools across the globe. The GRE Board oversees GRE tests, services and research and establishes all policies for the GRE Program, which is administered by ETS.
Every University and school differs in how they use your GRE score. Some consider it very important, while others view it as a formality. You need to research the program you are going to for understanding the part it plays in the admission process.
GRE has three sections
The GRE consists of an Analytical Writing section that contains two essay questions, sections that contain 20 multiple-choice questions, and two Quantitative sections that contain 20 multiple-choice questions.
There is also a sixth, experimental section that will be either Verbal or Quantitative. This portion will not count towards your final score — ETS uses it to test questions for use on future exams. Unfortunately, you’ll have no way of knowing which part is experimental (it will look identical to the real Verbal or Quantitative section), so you’ll need to do your best on the entire test.
How is the GRE scored?
The GRE is a multi-stage test. This means that the computer will use your performance on one section to determine the difficulty level of the next section. Within a section, however, the question selection is static and you can skip around. If do very well on your first verbal section, for example, the second verbal section you will see will be much more difficult. This is a good thing, however, because you must get to and successfully tackle the hardest questions to get to the highest possible scores.
You will receive separate Verbal and Quantitative Scores; these are reported on a scale from 130 to 170 in one point increments. The Analytical Writing section is listed separately, and is scored on a scale of 0 to 6, in half–point increments.
What are the GRE Subject Tests
The GRE Subject Tests test your knowledge of a particular subject like chemistry or literature. Not every school requires a GRE subject test, but many of the most competitive programs do. ETS offers the tests three times a year.