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Ans: You can take the computer-delivered GRE General Test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies even if you canceled your scores on a test taken previously.
Ans: Items that you have to bring to the computer-delivered GRE test center,1. Original Valid ID Proof (which is used while registering the test). 2. Confirmation email print out or Authorization Voucher. 3. Jacket - optional (test centers are often cold)
Items that can be bought to the test center but have to be kept in the locker outside the test center and can be accessed during the breaks.1. Water 2. Snacks
Ans: Most of the business schools accept the GRE in place of the GMAT. However, it is suggested to cross-check the policies and preferences of the program and the college you're interested in.
Ans: You must change your GRE® General Test registration no later than four days before your test date or your test fee will be forfeited.The fee to reschedule your test registration is US$50. The fee to change your test center is US$50. Rescheduling and changing the test center can be done online through your ETS account.
Ans: GRE Test has three sections: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) is always the first section. In this section, students will have to write two essays each with a duration of 30 minutes. Verbal Reasoning: In this section, students have to answer two sections, each section will have 20 questions with 30 minutes duration.Quantitative Reasoning: In this section, students have to answer two sections, each section will have 20 questions with 35 minutes duration. Experimental section (unscored): One full section either Verbal reasoning or Quantitative reasoning. After the AWA section, 2 Quant sections, 2 Verbal sections, and 1 experimental section can appear in any order. Students will not know which section is an experimental section.