The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Test is the standardised test used to obtain admissions in several graduate schools or business graduate schools in numerous countries, especially the United States. More than 100,000 graduate school applicants from approximately 160 countries take the GRE General Test at 700 test centres. Candidates that are intending in pursuing a master’s degree, specialised master’s course, MS, MBA, MEM or doctoral degree can sit for the GRE Test. In addition to the GRE revised general test, there are six GRE test subjects that evaluate candidates’ knowledge in their respective field.
- Why prep for the GRE
- Admissions officers report that an applicant’s GRE score is the most important admissions factor.
- Most admissions officers say a strong GRE score will help a student receive merit-based scholarships.
- The acceptance rate at top masters, MBA and professional programs is less than 20%.
- Getting just another question or two correct in a given section will catapult you ahead of tens of thousands of other test takers and set you up for admissions success.