Wednesday, March 12, 2008


GRE (Graduate Record Examinations)
The GRE as an admission test is required from students who wish to continue their studies on the graduate level in the United States.The GRE consists of a General Test and several Subject Tests. The tests are designed to assess academic knowledge and skills relevant to graduate study. The General Test measures verbal, quantitative and analytical abilities. The Subject Tests measure the examinee's knowledge in a special field of study. The General Test and any of the Subject tests can be taken separately, too.
computer-based General Test examinees have the option either to cancel or see their scores at the end of the test. Official score reports will be mailed to examinees and to designated institutions 10 to 15 days after the test date. For paper-based testing, scores will be available approximately 6 weeks after the test administration.
GRE Test scores are reportable for 5 years, all scores earned during this time will be reported to each designated institutions.
additional information on the GRE (and a CBT sample) is available on the following site:
* ETS* GRE Diagnostic Service* The Kaplan test preparation* The Princeton Review test preparation* Cutts Gradaute Reviews
PRACTISE TESTS: 100'S of practise questions with free explainations




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