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The Graduate Record Examination is an entrance test conducted by graduate universities and schools of Canada and the US for their admission requirements. It measures Individual's critical thinking, analytical writing, quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning abilities. GRE is a computer-based exam controlled by the Prometric testing centres. In the Universities and schools of the USA and Canada, the admission procedures will be based on the scores of the GRE acquire by the Individual.

Explication Graduate Record Examination
Mode of Exam Computer Based/Paper Based
Skills Testing Analytical Writing, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal reasoning
Eligibility Criteria Students after secondary education /Undergraduates/Graduates
Purpose of Examination Admission to Business Schools and Universities.
Duration of Exam 3 Hours 45 Minutes [1 Minute break after each section] [10 Minute break after 3rd section]
Score Scale Analytical Writing(0-6) Quantitative Reasoning & Verbal Reasoning (130-170)
Attempts allowed Computer-Based test: Can appear multiple times a year Paper-Based Test: Up to 3 times a year in October, November and February
Countries Available up to 1,000 test centres in more than 160 countries (Paper-based test offered only in areas where computer-based testing is not available.)
Score Validity 5 Years
Medium English
Fee $ 205/INR 14614

Website for further Queries- www.ets.org/gre

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