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The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is a 3-hour and 45-minute exam
intended to rank applicants for graduate schools. It does not measure
your intelligence, nor is it a realistic measure of how well you’ll do in
graduate school. It is safe to say the GRE provides a valid assessment
of only one thing: how well you take the GRE. Luckily, this is a skill you
can improve with practice.
After you take the GRE, you will receive a Analytical Writing score, a Verbal Reasoning score, and a Quantitative Reasoning score. These correspond to the three types of sections you will see on the test. Section by section, here’s how the test breaks down:
|Section||Number of Questions||Allotted Time|
|Analytical Writing(One section with two separately timed essays)||One "Analyze an Issue" Essay and one "Analyze an Argument" Essay||30 minutes per essay|
|Verbal Reasoning (two sections)||20 questions per section||30 minutes per section|
The Analytical Writing, or essay section, always comes first. It consists
of two back-to-back essays, with 30 minutes each to write. After the
essays, you will have two of your five multiple-choice sections, and
then you will get your one and only proper break after the third section.
Most students see five multi-question sections, either two Verbal and
three Quantitative (Math), or three Verbal and two Math. Two Verbal
sections and two Math sections always count. The extra section is an
experimental one. It may be Math or Verbal. It will look just like the
other sections, but it will not count. These five sections, including the
experimental, could occur in any order. There is no way to know which
section is experimental. You will have a one-minute break between
each of these sections.
You might also get a research section in place of the experimental section. If so, the research section will come last, and it will be identified as a research section. The test will specifically say that the section does not count toward your score. If you see one of these, your test is over, and your first four multi-question sections counted.
Quantitative Comparison — Quant comps, for short, give you
information in two columns. Your job is to decide if the values in the
two columns are the same, if one is greater, or if it is impossible to
Problem Solving — These are the typical multiple-choice questions that are common on standardized tests. You must correctly select one of the five answer choices to get credit.
Select All That Apply — This question type is similar to a standard multiple-choice question but with one twist. In this case there are three to eight answer choices, and one or more is correct. You must select all of the correct answer choices to get credit.
Numeric Entry — Alas, these are not multiple choice. It is your job to come up with your own answer and type it into the box provided. For fractions, you are given two boxes, and you must fill in the top and the bottom boxes separately. You don’t have to reduce fractions. The computer reads 44/88 the same as 1/2, so save yourself a step.
Text Completion — Questions may have between one and five
sentences and one to three blanks. A one-blank question will have five
answer choices. A two- or three-blank question will have three choices
per blank. You must select the correct word for each blank to get credit
for the question.
Sentence Equivalence — These have one blank and six answer choices. You must select two answer choices from the six provided. The correct answers will complete the sentence and keep the meaning the same.
Reading Comprehension — Reading Comp supplies you with a passage and then asks you questions about the information in the passage, the author’s intent, or the structure.
There are three distinct question types in the Verbal sections:
• Multiple Choice—You must select one correct answer from five choices.
• Select All That Apply—These have three answer choices. You must select all that are correct to receive credit. At least one choice is correct.
• Select in Passage—You will be asked to click on an actual sentence in the passage. You may click on any one word to select the whole sentence. Only one sentence is correct. These questions will occur primarily on short passages. If they occur for a long passage, the question will specify a particular paragraph.