GRE Overview: The Graduate Record Examinations by ETS

Posted By : RIA , on 10 Sep, 2021

If you are an undergrad getting ready to get into graduate school, you are at the right place. The following article would help clear all your doubts and make you feel at ease about your forthcoming university life.

Like many other students, perhaps you too are in a phase of uncertainty and hesitation and longing to get into your dream school.

No matter what, never base your decision to choose a college or university because it is popular, or because your friends or relatives went there, or because you are a fan of their football team. Instead, base your decision on factors such as your chances of getting admissions, your career goals, facilities, resources and infrastructure required for your needs, your funding, etc.

Now that you have narrowed down your dream school, it is time for you to get ready to prep for GRE to get into the dream schools.

What is GRE?

The GRE or The Graduate Record Examinations is an assessment examination conducted for graduate and master’s and doctoral programs admissions worldwide. This Exam is administered by The Educational Testing Service (ETS). The GRE furnishes b-schools with one basic standard benchmark that can be applied to look at all candidates from the world over. An applicant is then evaluated based on the GRE scores, undergraduate GPA, letters of testimonials, personal statements, etc.

GRE scores are in high demand at more than 1,200 business schools globally, including top-ranked MBA programs and all popular study overseas destinations.

Some GRE Quick Facts:
Some Trivia about the GRE General Test:
  • Every year, approximately 675,000 people from 230 countries take the GRE General Test.
  • The assessment is based on Skills like quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing.
  • According to independent research, the GRE General Test has excellent predictive validity for social science programmes, including business.
  • For Accessing the Math Knowledge, The GRE General Test uses the same level as other leading graduate entrance tests 48% of all GRE test takers have a bachelor's degree in a quantitatively demanding field such as engineering, mathematics, or the sciences.
  • Many graduate programmes in quantitatively demanding areas, such as those in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), require GRE scores for admission.
  • The GRE General Test is a tried-and-tested tool for assessing capability and predicting performance, backed by extensive research accumulated over 60 years.
  • The GRE General Test is less expensive as compared to other Graduate admissions tests that assess the same abilities.
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posted on 01 Dec, 2022 03:32

It seems GRE supports a lot of courses for my Masters. It opens my options of getting into engineering schools, and also business schools

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