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FAQ ABOUT GRE:

1) What is the qualification to take the GRE?       

 There is no age limit specified for taking the GRE. And there any defined academic eligibility for taking the test. Students can register for the test irrespective of age and education qualifications.

2) Is it all the business schools accept GRE score?

All the Business schools from  worldwide accept GRE scores for their MBA, specialized master's and other  business programs, including many top-ranked programs. View the most current list of business schools accepting GRE scores for MBA admissions.

3) How do I register for the computer based test?

Offers online mode and paper base exam. you have to check the official website for the test registration and other process you have to register through phone registration and email registration.

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4) What is the registration fee for the GRE exam?

The GRE Subject Test fee is US$150 worldwide. Please check the GRE module to know all the details like eligibility, application procedure and syllabus and more.

5) What are the subjects the test offers?

Mathematics                          

Physics

Psychology

Biochemistry

Biology

Chemistry

Literature in English

6) How to send my scores to the business schools and institutions?

You have an option to scores be sent to up to four graduate institutions or fellow ship sponsors. Decide which test score to send to the institutions you designate with the score select option. You have to select on institutions on test day. If you have a confidence you can order additional score reports for paying a US$ 27 per recipient.

7) How can I sign up after announcing the result?

After getting a official score report you have login with a institution code and submit your score and percentage.

8) What scores are reported for the GRE revised General Test?

Three scores are reported on the revised General Test:

Verbal Reasoning score reported on a 130–170 score scale, in one point increment.

 Quantitative Reasoning score reported on a 130–170 score scale, in one point increment.

An Analytical Writing score reported on a 0–6 score scale, in 0.5 point increment.

9) Which topics I must concentrate for GRE

The questions coming from analytical writing, verbal section and quantitative section. You have to prepare various topics on this section and you have a good knowledge to attempt the analytical writing section. And English communication knowledge is very important in verbal section. Daily English news paper reading helps to you in both the sections.

10) Can I view my score in online?

Yes, you can view your scores on online after approximately 45 days to written exam date.

You have to login to your GRE account and show your scores and share your marks with the desired institutions.

11) What do I need to take to the test center?

Take your printed admit card with valid photo identification and need to carry 2 HB pencils and good eraser. Mechanical pencils and ball point pens are not permitted.