GRE 2022: GRE is the world’s largest test commenced by Educational Testing Service (ETS). It is commonly known as Graduate Record Examinations. More than 150 countries accept the scores of this test. The scores are accepted at several graduate programs all over the world for masters and doctorate degrees. Above 1,200 business schools accept GRE scores including The Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report, and Bloomberg Businessweek, and many more. If you are willing to take GRE 2022 test, then collect all the important details given below:
There are no specific eligibility criteria for the GRE test but some points need to be taken into consideration. The highlights are as follows:
- Candidate must have completed under graduation for admission to graduate through GRE.
- There are some universities where GRE scores are not accepted. So, confirm before applying.
Types of GRE: GRE is of two types and both are briefly explained:
- General Test: The General Test consisted of account verbal reasoning, quantitative ability, and analytical writing skills. A maximum number of universities accept the general test score and most students opt for this. It commences all around the year and candidates can select the date of taking the examination at their convenience.
- Subject Test: This test aims at selecting the candidate’s achievements in the specific subject. This test commences for the following subjects such as Biochemistry (Cell and Molecular Biology), Biology, Chemistry, Literature (English), Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology. The exam will be commenced on a fixed date like an entrance test and it requires only for specialized courses.
GRE 2022 Exam Dates:
|Application Form Available||February 2022|
|Deadline to submit the application form||March 2022|
|Admit Card||April 2022|
GRE 2022 Test Centers:
The list of the test centers where GRE examination takes place in Indias are as follows:
- Ahmedabad: Prometric Testing Private Limited
- Allahabad: IPEM
- Bengaluru: Prometric Testing Private Limited, IDomain Technologies
- Chennai: Prometric Testing Private Limited, Everonn Systems India Limited
- Chandigarh: Saint Kabir Public School
- Coimbatore: ANCONS International
- Gurgaon: Prometric Testing Private Limited
- Hyderabad: Prometric Testing Private Limited
- Kolkata: Indexpo Corporation
- Mysore: Exuberant Technologies Private Limited
- Mumbai: Prometric Testing Private Limited, Everonn Systems India Limited
- New Delhi: Cyberstation, Merit, Council for American Education
- Pune: GRAD Dreams Education Consulting Private Limited
- Trivandrum: Prometric Testing Private Limited
GRE 2022 Registration:
GRE (The Graduate Record Examination) is a standardized examination for those who wish to attain admission to the graduate courses such as MS, MSc, MBA, etc. at universities located in different parts of the world.
Steps to Register:
Here are the steps to register for GRE:
- Step 1: First, create a new account or log in to an already existing account on the official website.
- Step 2: Make your profile. Add all the information
- Step 3: Choose the most convenient GRE Test Centre/Exam Date
- Step 4: Pay the exam fee.
- Step 5: After submitting the amount, take a printout of the acknowledgment receipt.
Other GRE Registration Methods:
Besides, online registration, there are other methods of registration as well. Check them below:
Take a print of the form and then complete it with accurate details. Send it to the address given below along with the fee:
2nd floor, DLF Infinity Tower–A, Sector 25, Phase II, DLF City, Gurgaon,, Haryana – 122002
- Phone Registration: You need to call the Regional Registration Center (RRC) located in Gurgaon, Haryana. The number is 91-124-4147700.
- Fax Registration: Take a print and complete the Application Form and send it to 91-124-4147773 along with the fee. The form must be received a minimum 7 of days before the first choice of the test date.
GRE test will be paper-based and computer-based. Here are the details about the exam pattern of GRE 2022:
- The GRE examination is divided into three sections – Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
- The candidate will get 3 hours 30 minutes to complete the paper and for computer-based, 3 hours 40 minutes.
- Analytical Writing, 2 sections- 2 tasks for 60 minutes (Paper-based) and 1 section – two tasks for 60 minutes (computer-based)
- Verbal Reasoning, 2 sections- 50 questions in 70 minutes (Paper-based) and 2 section- 40 questions in 60 minutes (computer-based)
- Quantitative Reasoning, 2 sections- 50 questions in 80 minutes (Paper-based) and 2 section- 40 questions in 70 minutes minutes (computer-based)
GRE 2022 Exam Syllabus:
The details about the exam syllabus of GRE are as follows:
Syllabus for General Test:
Analytical Writing: It covers complex ideas, ideas with relevant reasons and examples, claims and accompanying evidence, a coherent discussion, and elements of standard written English.
Verbal Reasoning: Topics covered in Verbal Reasoning are as follows:
- Basic Sentence structure: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
- Verb Tense
- Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions
- Pronoun Agreement
- Subject-Verb Agreement
Quantitative Reasoning: Topics covered in this section includes:
- Ratio and proportion
- Profit and loss
- Simple and compound interest
- Speed, distance and time
- Permutation & combination
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equations
- Sets Theory
- Powers and roots
- Pipes, cisterns, work, time
- Lines and angles
- Coordinate geometry
- Order of operations
- Volume and surface area
- Number properties
Subject Test Syllabus: GRE subject test comprises of the following subjects:
Biology: 190 five-choice questions from the following topics:
- Cellular and Molecular Biology
- Organismal Biology
- Ecology and Evolution
Chemistry: 130 multiple-choice questions related to the four fields from the following topics:
- Analytical Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
Literature in English: 230 questions based on poetry, drama, biography, the essay, the short story, the novel, criticism, literary theory, and the history of the language.
- Literary Analysis
- Cultural and Historical Contexts
- History and Theory of Literary Criticism
Mathematics: 66 multiple-choice questions offered at the undergraduate level from the topics such as:
- Additional Topics
Physics: 100 five-choice questions based on diagrams, graphs, experimental data, and descriptions of physical situations from the topics such as:
- Classical Mechanics
- Optics and Wave Phenomena
- Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
- Quantum Mechanics
- Atomic Physics
- Special Relativity
- Laboratory Methods
- Specialized Topics
Psychology: 205 multiple-choice questions with five options from topics such as:
Scores: The average GRE scores different for each subject. For instance, an engineering student needs higher marks in the Quantitative section while arts and humanities students need higher scores in the Verbal section. It is thus very important to check the program you are choosing.