About the GRE
What is the GRE?
The test GRE measures the cultural level and basic skills in the sections of Verbal reasoning, Quantitative Y Analytical Writing, which are developed throughout academic life and are essential qualities to complete a Postgraduate degree.
The test GRE it is "sectional and computer adaptive." This means that the program will adapt to your performance cuando se pasa de la primera a la segunda sección de Razonamiento Verbal o Razonamiento Cuantitativo.
His first stretch it will be of medium difficulty; the level of difficulty of the second section it will depend on your performance in the opening section. If it has been done very well, the next section will be higher level, and if it was only done well, the next section will be medium level, and if it has been done poorly, it will go down again to the lowest level. "Quantitative Reasoning". These modules or blocks of 20 questions can come in any order, and one of them It will NOT score and you will NOT know which of them does NOT scoreTherefore, all parties must be answered equally.
Structure and content
|SECTION||NUMBER OF QUESTIONS||WEATHER||EXAMPLES|
|Analytical Writing (1 section)||2 separate writing tasks||30 min. per task||ANALYTICS|
|Verbal Reasoning (2 sections)||Approx. 20 questions per section||30 min. per section||VERBAL|
|Quantitative Reasoning (2 sections)||Approx. 20 questions per section||35 min. per section||QUANTITATIVE|
|Not rated *||Approx. 20 questions||30-35 min. per section|
|Investigation**||It varies||It varies|
* A section without unidentified scores that do not count towards scoring can be included and can appear in any order.
** An "identified and random experimental, and non-scoring" section.
|130 - 170||Increase of one point for the Verbal Reasoning Measure.|
|130 - 170||Increase of one point for the Quantitative Reasoning Measure.|
|0 - 6||Half point increase for the Analytical Writing Measure.|