New changes in the GRE revised General Test Call:9502843093

New changes in the GRE revised General Test

ETS has improved the test in many significant ways to give students a better test experience and to better demonstrate your skills and readiness for graduate-level work:

  • A new test-taker friendly design: In this new format the computer-based test allows students to edit or change their answer and skip questions, all within a section, and use an on-screen calculator.
  • New types of questions: In the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning section, many questions are based on real-life scenario that reflect the kind of thinking students will do in today’s demanding graduate and business school programmes.
  • Special savings of 50% when you take the GRE revised General Test: ETS has come up with an exciting offer to attract students to choose this new exam. If you take this exam between August 1 and September 30, 2011, you can save 50% off your test fee when you take this revised test.
  • Important score reporting information you need to know: If you take the GRE revised General Test during the special discount period of August-September 2011, your scores will be sent by mid-November. However, if you need your scores before November, you need to take the current test before August.

Revised General Test Format

Verbal Reasoning section Quantitative Reasoning Analytical Writing
Reading Comprehension,Text Completion,Sentence Equivalence.Reading Comprehension questions appear in sets; Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence questions are independent.


People’s Career, Lakdi-Ka-Pul, Hyderabad Teaching Centre.

Phone: 9502843093 / 8374545621 / 961 801 8708 

Questions on data interpretation and real-life scenarios, with multiple-choice and numeric entry answers



One “Analyze an Issue” task and one “Analyze an Argument” task




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