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GRE® General test has 5 sections:
Writing (AW): It
still consists of two topics: Issue & Argument. However, unlike
earlier, the two topics are followed by a question each and the test
taker is asked to respond specifically to the question. The time
limit for the Issue topic is reduced to 30 mins from 45 mins, and the
time limit for the Argument topic has been retained as 30 mins. Also,
for the Issue topic, there will be only one topic rather than a
choice of 2 topics.
Reasoning (VR) (2 sections):
Instead of one VR section of 30 questions with a time limit of 30
mins, there are 2 VR sections with 20 questions each and a time limit
of 30 mins for each section.
and analogies questions have been removed from the test, so there are
no questions that test vocabulary out of context.
completion questions have been replaced by Text Completion questions
that test the candidate's ability to interpret, evaluate and reason
from what he/she has read. Text Completion questions test this
ability by omitting crucial words from short passages, requiring the
candidate to fill the blanks by selecting words or phrases.
is a new type of question called the Sentence Equivalence question
that tests the ability to reach a conclusion about how a sentence
should be completed while also focusing on the meaning of the whole
sentence. A sentence has a blank with a choice of 6 words. The test
taker has to select two words either of which when put in the blank,
give the completed sentence the same meaning.
There are more
Reading Comprehension questions on the revised test (the proportion
has increased from around 35% to around 50%), including new types of
questions, such as selecting multiple correct answer choices instead
of just one, or highlighting a sentence within a reading passage to
answer a question.
Reasoning (QR) (2 sections): Instead
of one QR section of 28 questions with a time limit of 45 mins, there
are two QR sections of 20 questions each with a time limit of 35 mins
for each section.
There is increased emphasis on data
interpretation and real-life scenarios. New multiple-choice questions
have been added which include some that have more than one correct
answer, requiring the candidate to select all of the correct answers
from the choices provided. Some multiple-choice questions have more
than the traditional choice set of 5 choices. There is a new question
type - Numeric Entry, that requires the candidate to enter the answer
in a box instead of selecting an answer from a list. An on-screen
calculator for use in this section reduces the emphasis on
of the Revised GRE® General
more testing Vocabulary out of context
focus on reading
comprehension & real-time thinking ability
based on real life scenarios
of Reasoning skills
focused responses in AW with emphasis on Critical thinking
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guidance on Analytical Writing and SOP
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