The GRE Test for general test format is covered in three sections. They are: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Analytical Writing.
The Verbal Reasoning section measures a candidate's ability to:
- Analyse and draw conclusions,understand and add value to incomplete data; identify the persception of the author;
- Indentify vital points and differentiate between relevant and irrelevant points;
- Understand and summarise the structure of a text;
- Understand the meanings of words, sentences and entire texts;
- Understand relationships among words and among concepts.
The Quantitative Reasoning section measures a candidate's ability to:
- Understand and analyse quantitative information
- Interpret quantitative information correctly
- Solve problems using mathematical models
- Apply basic mathematical skills and concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data interpretation.
- The Analytical Writing section measures a candidate's ability to:
- Articulate complex ideas effectively and with clarity
- Support ideas with relevant reasons and examples
- Examine claims and accompanying evidence
- Sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion
The GRE Test Syllabus for the Subject test format:
The GRE subject test evaluates a candidate’s knowledge in a particular field of study.
The Subject Test is meant for candidates who have extensive background in one of these seven disciplines.
- Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
- Literature in English
GRE is a standardised test that is accepted for admission to various disciplines at many graduate and business schools across the globe. It is available at about 700 test centersin more than 160 countries.You can take the test once every 21 days and datesare availbale all around the year. However, before you register make sure thats seats are available as on that date. There is no specific eligibility criterion for taking GRE Test. Aspirants can apply for the test irrespective of age and qualification.
The conducting authority of GRE test, Educational trust service,, however, does not have any selection procedure of its own to evaluate the test scores of GRE aspirants. The selection procedure depends on the particular institute the candidate applies to.
GRE Maths (Quantitative Reasoning) syllabus
GRE Syllabus for Maths Section. Quantitative Syllabus for GRE exam for 2014, 2015, 2016 GRE exam.
GRE Quantitative reasoning(Maths section) contains basic mathematics concepts which we studied till 10th standard. GRE Math is for 170 marks with 140 minimum score and 170 the maximum score.
You can see questions from Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Data Analyses (Graphs) in the Revised GRE General Test's Quant Section. Listed are the topics in each area.
GRE Maths Syllabus (Quantitative Reasoning)
|Exponents and Roots|
|Graphs of Functions|
|Operations with Algebraic Expressions|
|Rules of Exponents|
|Solving Linear Equations|
|Solving Linear Inequalities|
|Solving Quadratic Equations|
|Lines and Angles|
|Data Interpretation Examples|
|Distributions of Data, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions|
|Graphical Methods for Describing Data|
|Numerical Methods for Describing Data|