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Title: Best GRE Coaching Bangalore


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Hyderabad Bangalore Chennai Vizag
  • Manhattan Review GRE Prep Best GRE Training
    institute in Hyderabad

So Simple and Easy To Use
  • The GRE revised General Test is the prescribed
    examination used to measure the following subject
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Critical Thinking
  • Analytical Writing Skills

  • The above curricula in GRE bear no relation to
    any field of study and training. It tests the
    student's skills that has been under development
    over a long time. The questions and features of
    the GRE examination reflects on the thought
    pattern of the student taking the test. So also
    it examines the skillfulness of the students,
    which is essential to be successful in graduate
    and B schools.

  • Educational Testing Board (ETS), publishes the
    GRE Test Course ware. It offers a complete
    overview of each section in the exam. This in
    turn immensely helps a student to prepare for the
    test day perfectly. The main aim of the ETS
    publishers in redesigning GRE is given below

  • Understanding what is being tested
  • Gaining acquaintance with several questions and
    similar types
  • Reviewing innumerable strategies in test-taking
  • Get familiar with the type of calculator being
    given on the day of the GRE examination
  • Reviewing scored Analytical Writing essay
    responses and reader commentary
  • Understand scoring pattern
  • Practice taking the test-taking
  • If you are a student planning to take the
    computer-based GRE examination, please log onto for all test prep

GRE Test Structure
  • The paper-based GRE examination consists of two
    sections in Analytical Writing, another two in
    Verbal Reasoning and two more in Quantitative
    Reasoning sections. The examination is spread
    over approximately, 3 hours and 30 minutes. At
    the beginning of each section the directions
    specify the total number of questions in the
    section, including the time allowed for each
    section. The Analytical Writing sections are
    always presented first.

GRE Test Structure
Topics Number of Questions Time
Analytical Writing Skills (2 sections) Section 1 Analyze an Issue Section 2 Analyze an Argument 30 minutes/section
Verbal Reasoning (2 sections) 25 questions per section 35 minutes/section
Quantitative Reasoning 25 questions per section 40 minutes/ section
Things to know before GRE test prep
  • Test preparation time depends on the acumen and
    preferences of the students. In normal
    circumstances it is two months. It can be
    extended to 45 days or three months as well. The
    other things a student must know before
    test-taking GRE examination is the admission
    process, administrative procedures, type of
    questions, directions, number of questions and
    amount of time for answering each section.
  • The administrative procedure is inclusive of
    registration for GRE test scheduling an
    appointment date, time and test center location.
    It also includes cost, procedures for reporting
    the score along with the availability of special
    test arrangements for the physically handicapped
    applicants and test-takers. For information on
    administrative procedures, please log onto

GRE Examination Strategies
  • In Analytical Writing the study and training
    tasks are on a wide range of subjects
  • Fine Arts
  • Humanities
  • Social sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • However, no specific content knowledge is
    required for each of the tasks given above. The
    only requisite is how a student understood the
    task and how easily they respond to it in the
    given time for a correct answer to the questions.
    It also expects complex thinking and persuasive
    writing as the benchmark for a successful GRE
    score for studying and coaching in international
    graduate schools and colleges. You can also view
    the website

Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning
  • There are several formats in the verbal and quant
    reasoning questions. Some are single answer
    choices and others include one or more answers. A
    test-taker must be sure which answer choice is
    correct by understanding the response required
    for the question. You can also exercise freedom
    to skip the difficult questions and later answer
    them within the allotted time in the section. The
    scores will be given according to the number of
    questions selected and the right answers
    provided. There is no negative marks for wrong

Score Reporting
  • A six-point holistic scale determines the scores
    from two readers for the essay who measure
    Analytical Writing. The scoring is based on the
    overall quality of the essay for which the
    readers are trained to assign individual scores.
    An average of the final point on the two essays
    is rounded of to the nearest half-point interval
    on the 0-6 scale. More information is available
    on the website

Score Reporting
  • The readers of the answers in GRE examination do
    not look at the right answers. In fact, they
    are making an evaluation of your skill, which
    results in your addressing of the specific
    instructions and justify your argument.
  • In critical thinking and persuasive writing to
    analyze an issue is a task. The main purpose here
    is how well a compelling argument is developed to
    support it. The most successful response explores
    the complex nature of the claim and follows the
    specific task instructions. The following
    questions may be helpful to analyze and prepare
    for the issue task

Score Reporting
  • What is the precise central issue?
  • What are the precise instructions asking me to do
  • Do I agree with any part of the claim or with
  • If it is so, are they reasonable ones?
  • Is the claim valid under certain conditions only?
    Then, what are they?
  • Is there a need to give reasons on how I
    interpret for a certain concept or task that is
    used in the claim?
  • If I take a stand on the issue, what are the
    reasons that justify my doing it?
  • What are the real or hypothetical examples, I
    could use to illustrate those reasons and advance
    my point of review?
  • Which are the most compelling answers?

Score Reporting
  • After all this reasoning write a meaningful
    response with clarity to communicate those ideas
    to the readers. Finally, when it is measured on
    the scoring scale it will help in seeing how and
    where to make an improvement.
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