# GRE Syllabus – All You Need to Know

Source: Kaplan Prep for Grad School

**Graduate Record Examinations** or popularly known as **GRE**, is a qualifying exam required in many foreign universities for post-graduation admission. The Exam is often used as a yardstick to measure a student’s capability to cope up with a graduation program. The Exam is of two types – General and Subject-specific. The Exam is available in two formats, online format, and paper-based format.

## GRE Syllabus

- GRE test of two types, General and Subject-specific.
- The syllabus for each subject tends to be different.
- The General Test, which is the standard Exam, is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The subject-specific test is referred to as an achievement test.
- These tests are held to test a student’s knowledge about a particular subject.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The Subject Test is paper-delivered and requires students to have an undergraduate degree in one of these subjects – Literature, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Psychology.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year and offline three times a year.
- The subject-specific exams are held in the month of September, October, and April.

## GRE Syllabus 2018

There were two types of different syllabuses prescribed for the GRE Exam, which was held in 2018 as the Exam has two formats – General and subject-based. The syllabus for both these exams was completely different; however, both the exams are used to test the candidates and evaluate whether they have the required knowledge and skill for a particular course or not.

- The general Exam has three sections – verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
- In 2018, Verbal Reasoning had questions covering reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion.
- The Quantitative Reasoning section in 2018 focused on a student’s ability to recognize, interpret, and analyze analytical problems, solve mathematical problems, etc.
- The Analytical Writing section of 2018 focused on the articulation of ideas and how a student is able to hold a discussion and how they explain themselves.
- The subject-based Exam focused on testing the students’ knowledge of a particular subject.

## GRE Syllabus 2019

In 2019, there were two types of different syllabuses prescribed for the GRE Exam. The two syllabuses were divided on the bases of two types of exams which are – General and subject-based. The syllabus for both these exams is completely different; however, both their objective is to test the candidates and evaluate their knowledge.

- The general Exam has three sections – verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
- Verbal Reasoning had questions covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion, and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Quantitative Reasoning involves recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The Analytical Writing section tests the way students articulate their ideas and hold a discussion and explain their point of view. 0-6 is the scoring scale.
- The subject-based Exam focuses on testing the students’ knowledge of a particular subject like Psychology, Biology, Literature, etc.

## GRE Syllabus 2017

There were two types of different syllabuses prescribed for the GRE Exam in 2017. The Exam had two formats – General and subject-based. The syllabus for both these exams was completely different due to their different concepts. The differences are apparent in the way their syllabuses are structured.

- The general Exam of 2017 had three sections – verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
- Analytical Writing had tasks like analyzing an issue and analyzing an argument.
- Verbal Reasoning had 40 questions, each of which were divided into two different sections.
- Quantitative Reasoning also had two sections with 20 questions each.
- The subject-based Exam was paper-based and was a written exam.

## GRE Syllabus for MS

GRE General Exam is held to test a student’s aptitude and capacity. The GRE Exam for MS can either be paper-based or online. The pattern for both remains more or less the same. The Exam for MS has a similar subject to that of the general test. GRE tests are not branch-specific.

- The General Test, which is the standard Exam, is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion, and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Quantitative Reasoning involves recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The Analytical Writing section tests the way students articulate their ideas and hold a discussion and explain their point of view. 0-6 is the scoring scale.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.
- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.

**GRE preparation must be done systematically so that the candidate can touch upon all possible areas which the Exam has in it.**

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for CSE

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation.

**The GRE syllabus for CSE is as follows:**

- The General Test, which is the standard Exam, is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- Quantitative Reasoning involves recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The Analytical Writing section tests the way students articulate their ideas and hold a discussion and explain their point of view. 0-6 is the scoring scale.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion, and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

**GRE preparation must be done systematically so that the candidate can touch upon all possible areas which the Exam has in it.**

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for Mechanical Engineering

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation.

The GRE syllabus for Mechanical Engineering is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- Quantitative Reasoning involves recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion, and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times a year in the gap of 21 days.

**GRE preparation must be done systematically so that the candidate can touch upon all possible areas which the Exam has in it.**

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for Computer Science

GRE General Exam is held to test a student’s aptitude and capacity. The GRE Exam for Computer Science can either be paper-based or online. The pattern for both remains more or less the same. The Exam for Computer Science has a similar subject to that of general test. GRE tests are not branch-specific.

- The General Test, which is the standard Exam, is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.
- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for ECE

GRE General Exam is held to test a student’s aptitude and capacity. The GRE Exam for ECE can either be paper-based or online. The pattern for both remains more or less the same. The Exam for ECE has a similar subject to that of general test. GRE tests are not branch-specific.

- The General Test, which is the standard Exam, is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.
- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Quantitative Syllabus

Quantitative Reasoning involves recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170. The syllabus is quite vast, and the section is considered one of the toughest of the Exam. These are the following topics covered in this section –

- Ratio and proportion & Profit and loss
- Simple and compound interest
- Probability
- Speed, distance and time
- Sets Theory & Statistics
- Permutation & combination
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equations
- Powers and roots
- Lines and angles and Shapes

This section can often greatly overwhelm students, but one can score great if they prepare properly.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for the section.

## GRE TOEFL Syllabus

GRE and TOEFL both are tests that are required by foreign universities to give admission to international students. However, they both serve different purposes. TOEFL is used to test a candidate’s English language proficiency, whereas GRE is used to test whether a student is ready for their post-graduation degree or not.

The syllabus of TOEFL is quite simplified when compared to GRE. It has four sections, which are Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. These sections are to be completed within a time period of 2 and a half hours.

- Both these tests can be given online or via a paper-delivery method.
- TOEFL is used to test the English language proficiency of the candidate, whereas GRE has little do with it.
- TOEFL has four sections, whereas GRE has three sections.
- TOEFL can be done within 2.5 hours, whereas a little over 3 hours s the duration for GRE.
- TOEFL has a speaking test, whereas there are no speaking tests in GRE.
- GRE is valid for five years, whereas TOEFL is only valid for two years.
- TOEFL has easier reading and writing sections as compared to GRE.
- TOEFL does not have any Quantitative Reasoning, unlike GRE.
- GRE does not require you to listen to anything, unlike GRE.
- Both exams are important for taking admission in a foreign university.

## GRE Syllabus for Civil Engineering

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for Civil Engineering is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins
- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins
- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## Syllabus of GRE exam

The GRE Exam may seem overwhelming, but it is not so. If one prepares well, they can ace it. GRE preparation must be done systematically so that the candidate can touch upon all possible areas which the Exam has in it.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice and previous year’s tests.4
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus 2020

In 2020, there will be two types of different syllabuses prescribed for the GRE Exam. The two syllabuses will be divided on the bases of two types of exams, which are – General and subject-based. The syllabus for both these exams is completely different; however, both their objective is to test the candidates and evaluate their knowledge.

- The general Exam will have three sections – verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
- The Quantitative Reasoning will involve recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Verbal Reasoning will have questions covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion, and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The Analytical Writing section will test the way students articulate their ideas and hold a discussion and explain their point of view. 0-6 is the scoring scale.
- The subject-based Exam will focus on testing the students’ knowledge of a particular subject like Psychology, Biology, Literature, etc.

## GRE Syllabus for MBA

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for MBA is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins

- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins

- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## ETS GRE Syllabus

ETS or the Educational Testing Service is the organization that conducts the GRE Exam. There were two types of different syllabuses prescribed for the ETS GRE Exam as the Exam has two formats – General and subject-based.

- The general Exam has three sections – verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
- In 2018, Verbal Reasoning had questions covering reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion.
- The Quantitative Reasoning section in 2018 focused on a student’s ability to recognize, interpret, and analyze analytical problems, solve mathematical problems, etc.
- The Analytical Writing section of 2018 focused on the articulation of ideas and how a student is able to hold a discussion and how they explain themselves.
- The subject-based Exam focused on testing the students’ knowledge of a particular subject.

## GRE Syllabus for Information Technology

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for Information Technology is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins

- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins

- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for MS in Computer Science

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for MS in Computer Science is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section:
- Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins

- Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins

- Analytical Writing – 60 mins.

- The offline Exam can be given only three times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give an online GRE exam five times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice, and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus for Biotechnology

As the syllabus for GRE remains, same irrespective of the branch or subject, one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for Biotechnology is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section: Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins, Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins and Analytical Writing – 60 mins.
- The offline Exam can be given only 3 times a year in the month of September, October and April.
- Students can give online GRE exam 5 times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Quantitative Reasoning Syllabus

The Quantitative Reasoning involves recognising, interpreting and analysing analytical problems while also using mathematical concepts. Algebra and Calculus account for 25% each in this section and rest 50% of questions come from other mathematical topics. The syllabus is quite vast and the section is considered one of the toughest of the Exam. These are the following topics covered in this section –

- Ratio and proportion & Profit and loss
- Simple and compound interest
- Number properties and Probability
- Speed, distance and time
- Polygon and Quadrilateral
- Circles
- Order of operations
- Coordinate geometry
- Volume and surface area
- Sets Theory & Statistics
- Permutation & combination
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equations
- Powers and roots
- Lines and angles and Shapes

## GRE Detailed Syllabus

GRE exam is often used as a yardstick to measure a student’s capability to cope up with a graduation program. The Exam is of two types – General and Subject-specific. The Exam is available in two formats, online format, and paper-based format.

Verbal Reasoning

- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion.
- This section tests if a student is able to conclude anything from a discussion or if they are able to understand the language and its technicalities or not.
- The test has three types of questions reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion.
- Candidates are often required to complete sentences, fill in the missing words, check sentences and structures.
- There are many topics of English Grammar which are covered in this section.

## Quantitative Reasoning

- The Quantitative Reasoning involves recognising, interpreting and analysing analytical problems.
- This section uses requires students to solve problems while using mathematical concepts.
- The Algebra and Calculus account for 25% each in this section and rest 50% questions comes from other mathematical topics.
- The syllabus is quite vast and the section is considered one of the toughest of the Exam.
- These are the following topics covered in this section – Percentages, Quadrilaterals, Co-ordinate geometry, number properties, etc.

## Analytical Writing

- The Analytical Writing section tests the way students articulate their ideas.
- It also tests how they hold a discussion and explain their point of view.
- This section often holds the most importance.
- The section is 60 minutes long.
- 0-6 is the scoring range.

## GRE vs. GMAT Syllabus

Both GRE and GMAT test to evaluate students’ knowledge and skill. GMAT is more specific to MBA whereas GRE covers more subjects. Both exams are valid in international universities and are often confused by the students however, there are considerable differences between the two as well.

Criteria | GRE | GMAT |
---|---|---|

Duration | 3 hours and 45 minutes | 3 hours and 30 minutes |

Validity | 5 years | 5 years |

Number of MCQs | 100 | 90 |

Cost | USD 205 | USD 250 |

Number of Essays | 2 | 1 |

## GRE Syllabus and Pattern

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The Quantitative Reasoning involves recognising, interpreting and analysing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, and text completion and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section: Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins, Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins and Analytical Writing – 60 mins.
- The offline Exam can be given only 3 times a year in the month of September, October, and April.
- Students can give online GRE exam 5 times a year in the gap of 21 days.

## GRE Syllabus for Electrical Engineering

As the syllabus for GRE remains same irrespective of the branch or subject one may be thinking of taking up for post-graduation. The GRE syllabus for Electrical Engineering is as follows:

- The General Test is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- The Quantitative Reasoning involves recognising, interpreting and analysing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- The duration per section: Verbal Reasoning – 60 mins, Quantitative Reasoning – 70 mins and Analytical Writing – 60 mins.
- The offline Exam can be given only 3 times a year in the month of September, October and April.
- Students can give online GRE exam 5 times in a year in the gap of 21 days.

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice and previous year’s tests.
- Practice your English by reading daily. Develop your thoughts.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- Set goals for yourself.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Preparation Syllabus

- Start studying at least three months in advance.
- Do sample, practice and previous year’s tests.
- Practice Algebra and Calculus for a few minutes regularly to understand them in depth.
- Make a study schedule and plan what you want to study each day.
- Take care of your health while preparing.
- To develop your arguments for writing sections, read daily and keep yourself updated.
- Set goals for yourself and finish at least 2 topics a day.
- Practice your Writing every day. Try to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
- Do not get overwhelmed on the day of the Exam.
- Practice while keeping in mind the time allotted for each section.

## GRE Syllabus Verbal

Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170. This section also tests if a student is able to conclude anything from a discussion or if they are able to understand the language and its technicalities or not.

- The test has three types of questions reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion.
- Candidates are often required to complete sentences, fill in the missing words, check sentences and structures.
- There are many topics of English Grammar which are covered in this section.
- Articles, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
- Verb Tense
- Pronoun Agreement
- Subject-Verb Agreement
- Modifiers
- Parallelism
- Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions

## GRE General Syllabus

GRE General Exam is held to test a student’s aptitude and capacity. The Exam can either be paper-based or online. Normally the test is online but for those places where computer-based Exam cannot happen due to any reason, a paper-delivered test is held. The pattern for both remains more or less the same.

- The General Test which is the standard Exam is divided into three sections.
- The three sections in the General Test are verbal Reasoning, quantitative Reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
- The General Test is either computer-based or paper-based.
- Verbal Reasoning covers reading comprehension, sentence equivalence and text completion and the scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The Quantitative Reasoning involves recognising, interpreting and analysing analytical problems, solve mathematical problems using concepts like Algebra, Calculus, etc. The scoring patters in on scale 130-170.
- The total duration of the Exam is 220 minutes.
- Students can give online GRE exam 5 times in a year in the gap of 21 days.
- The offline Exam can be given only 3 times a year in the month of September, October and April.

## FAQs

- What are the subjects on the GRE?

GRE subjects are Literature, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Psychology.

- Is GRE tough?

It depends on the level of preparation.

- What is GRE exam eligibility?

A student must have an undergraduate degree.

- How do I prepare for the GRE?

One must start preparing at least 6 months in advance and practice with question papers.

- Can you pass the GRE without studying?

No, you cannot.

- What is a good score on the GRE?

Above 300 is considered a good score in GRE.

- What is the minimum GRE score for admission in USA?

300 is the minimum score.

- Is 300 a good GRE score?

300 is an average score.

- Is 310 a good GRE score?

310 is a good score.

- What GRE score do I need for Harvard?

A student must have a score above 320 to take admission in Harvard.

- What is the pass mark for 12th CBSE?

33% marks are required to pass the 12th class CBSE exam.

- Can I change my stream after failing in 12th?

Yes, you can change your stream in that case.

- Can I do diploma after 12?

Yes, you can.

- What if I fail in additional subject?

It will not matter as long as one passes in all core subjects.

- Can I change my stream from arts to commerce after 12th?

No, it is not possible.

- Can I give maths paper in 12th if not having in 11?

Yes, one can do that if they enrol in an Open School.

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