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GRE (Graduate Record Examinations)

GRE is a standardized test taken by students worldwide who want to undertake a master's course specializing in a master's degree in business, MBA, Juris Doctor (JD), or other doctoral programs. The test score validates for five years. GRE scores are mostly accepted by business schools, law schools, and institutions, and students can use fellowship sponsors to supplement their qualifications for graduate-level study or recommendation letters.

Test Content for GRE Examination

It is a computer-based test in which students would receive questions based on the thinking capacity and skills required to flourish in a graduate program, including business and law.

  1. Analytical Writing
  2. Verbal Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Reasoning

The above tips are the Author's experiences. upGrad does not guarantee scores or admissions.