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Test Preparation: GRE
Many graduate schools in English-speaking countries like the United States of America and Canada and selected schools in Western Europe require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) results as part of the admissions process. The GRE is a standardized test intended to measure the abilities of all graduates in respect to their general academic awareness. It is conducted by Educational Testing Service (ETS), and administered all over the world. There are eight GRE subjects to test the knowledge in the specific areas of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology; Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Literature in English; Mathematics; Physics; and Psychology. The GRE general test is undertaken to measure the extent to which undergraduate education has built an individual’s verbal, quantitative and academic writing skills. It is also used to test their thinking process and analytical ability in all sectors. The test consists of separate sections: the verbal section, the quantitative section, and the analytical writing section. The verbal section examines the ability to comprehend short passages and understand what vocabulary words mean. The verbal score can give graduate school an idea of the candidate’s ability to read and understand instructions in academics. The quantitative section tests the candidate’s ability to understand and analyze quantitative information, solve problems using mathematical models, and apply basic mathematics concepts such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics. The analytical writing section includes writing two separate essays each with clear structure, organization and understanding of the topic in question. It checks one’s ability to comprehend a topic, analyze an argument, present an idea with facts and examples and write standard English.
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