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GRE Coaching in Rajkot

The GRE General Test is a standardised test designed and administered by the Educational Testing Service, also known as ETS, to assess overall academic readiness for graduate school. Some graduate programs require applicants to take not only the general GRE, but also a GRE Subject Test, which measures technical knowledge in a specific discipline such as physics, psychology, or mathematics.

If you are looking for GRE preparation in Rajkot then, your search ends here! Manya – The Princeton Review GRE course offers you a student-centered curriculum designed to focus on your individual strengths and weaknesses.

 

Course Structure for GRE Preparation

Section Number of Questions Duration Score Range
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) 1 section
(2 essays)
60 minutes
(each 30 minutes)
0 to 6 with 0.5 point score interval
Quantitative Reasoning 2 sections
(20 questions in each section)
70 minutes
(each section 35 minutes)
130 to 170 with 1 point score interval
Verbal Reasoning 2 sections
(20 questions in each section)
60 minutes
(each section 30 minutes)
130 to 170 with 1 point score interval
Experimental section 1 section
(either Quant or Verbal section)
Varies
(30 or 35 minutes)
Not scored

 

 

What We Offer at Manya’s Rajkot Classes

Based on the deliberate review of our Uber trainers, Manya – The Princeton Review GRE Coaching classes in Rajkot include the most up-to-date and detailed GRE study materials. Learn from our certified trainers who have the knowledge and expertise to help you achieve your GRE preparation goals. We offer the best GRE coaching with a customised study schedule, student portal, practise tests, detailed score summary, drill smart algorithm, and much more to help you achieve your desired score. Manya’s satisfaction guarantee promises that you will be completely satisfied with your GRE preparation in order to achieve your desired score.

 

Our Focus – Your Score Improvement!

  • Rigorous certification process for our Manya – The Princeton Review trainers, followed by a multi-tiered academic enrichment program.
  • Exclusive time-tested techniques to improve your speed and accuracy on the GRE.
  • Personalized in-depth score reports with answer explanations for each question to ensure your continuous score improvement on the GRE.
  • Easy access to Manya – The Princeton Review trainers till the actual test taking, even post course completion.
  • Intensive and advanced course material based on the latest GRE trends.
    Special tricks and tips by Manya – The Princeton Review trainers enabling you to solve Reading Comprehension questions in the shortest possible time.
  • Access to Manya GRE Vocab Builder, an online tool that helps you learn 1400+ GRE relevant words in 7 engaging ways.
  • GRE Refresher sessions* with your Manya – The Princeton Review trainers prior to your test date at no extra cost.

 

Why Manya – The Princeton Review GRE Classes in Rajkot are the Best

With live online GRE classes in Rajkot, Manya – The Princeton Review offers our students maximum flexibility in GRE preparation, allowing each GRE aspirant to choose the study plan that best suits their learning needs and goals. Our GRE program features comprehensive course materials, original methods of instruction, and the most qualified GRE trainers. You can learn the complex problems in an easy way. Our study plan helps you to improve your thinking capabilities as it includes GRE practice tests that are similar to actual tests. To get the best test score results for our students, our GRE coaching in Rajkot uses engaging methods of instruction and a highly developed course syllabus. Start taking the GRE online coaching in Rajkot right now and get your desired score with the help of our master trainers.

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FAQ's

What is the format of GRE?

Let us find out the format below:

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.

How long is the GRE exam?

The GRE is roughly 3 hours and 45 minutes long. The GRE AWA section is for 1 hour; the GRE verbal sections are for 30 minutes each and the math sections are 35 minutes each. The GRE experimental section can be for 30 or 35 minutes. Along with the breaks in between, the test is for nearly 3 hours and 45 minutes.

How should I prepare for the GRE exam?

You have to take a diagnostic (full-length) GRE test to set the baseline. This will help you know where you stand and how far are you from your target score.  Accordingly, choose a course or books to help you prepare for the test.

Here are some tips to help you prepare for the GRE exam:

1. Know the rules of the game – Get thorough with the structure, format, and scoring of the test.
2. Review the essentials (basic concepts) required for the test. For verbal, learn vocabulary and for math, learn the basics of the math topics tested.
3. Learn techniques, strategies and pacing tips to boost your score.
4. Practice questions from standard GRE materials.
5. Take GRE Full-length practice tests at regular intervals and review the test to learn from the mistakes.

For more on GRE prep, see our guide for making a GRE study plan.

Can I use a calculator while taking the GRE?

Yes, you can, but you are not allowed to bring your own calculator to the testing center. There is an onscreen calculator available for all the GRE Quant questions. This calculator is a simple model with basic four operations and square root available to use.

How often can I take the GRE exam?

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.

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