GRE Practice Test

In the case of standardized tests such as the GRE, mock/practice tests are as important as the real one, considering the huge level of competition and the fact that you cannot leave any stone unturned in ensuring that your admission to your dream university. You cannot afford to take the actual test again and again to improve your score; instead, through diligent preparation and optimal use of mock/practice tests, when you can ace the GRE in the very first attempt.

Benefits of Taking Practice Test

  • Opportunity to use the various online tools (the Mark Button, the Review Screen, Essay tools, the Online Calculator, and such) and become comfortable with the test.
  • Opportunity to take full-length tests similar to the actual GRE. Thus, making you familiar with the types of questions and number of questions you will see on each section on the real GRE.
  • Ability to monitor your pacing. Use the timer to check your pace and work on it accordingly.
  • Your performance in an exam scenario, your strengths, and improvement areas.
  • Way to understand the scoring pattern.

Why GRE Practice Test

GRE Exam-Style Questions

  • Practicing with accurate questions is the key to success on the actual exam.
  • The content of the tests ensures to cover all the topics and question types tested on the GRE as prescribed by the test makers.
  • The right difficulty level of the questions accurately measures your score and let you know your preparedness for the actual test.

Real Test-Taking Experience

  • Study smart with our adaptive technology, adaptive-by-section algorithm that simulates the official GRE.
  • Our test interface features Mark, Review, Calculator, and Navigation within the section which gives a real test-taking experience.
  • Our practice tests accurately mirror the GRE to ensure you have ultimate confidence once the A big day arrives.

Track Your Progress

  • Keep track of your progress using our intuitive dashboard and interactive score reports.
  • Our interactive score reports allow you to review your performance and sort by time, difficulty, subject or category.
  • You can also access a detailed explanation of every question on your exam.

FAQ's

Is the GRE practice test free or paid?

One full-length GRE online practice test is free while our enrolled students get access to 8 full-length GRE practice tests.

What are the advantages of taking these GRE practice tests?

Having an opportunity to take a GRE online practice test has huge benefits for the students. Here listed the top 5 advantages,

  • GRE free practice test is a full-length test, adaptive by a section which simulates the official GRE, gives you a real test taking experience.
  • It helps you to understand the structure of the GRE, the sections, question types, number of questions, duration, etc.
  • You get experienced to sit for a 4 hours long test and to manage pacing for each section of the test.
  • By taking this test, you get to know what you’re going to prepare for and where you stand.
  • The score report enables you to analyze your stronger areas of the test and the areas you need to focus on.

How long do I have access to the online practice test?

You have access to take the test and view the score report for six months from the day of enrolling in the free GRE practice test.

Can I pause the practice test and resume later?

Yes, you can pause and resume the test; however, it is not advisable. We recommend you to take the practice test in one go to get real test experience and accurate scores.

Can I reset my practice test?

No, you cannot reset the test.

When will I get my score report for the practice test?

You will get a detailed score report with answers and explanations immediately when you end the test.

Can I retake the practice test?

No, you cannot take the test again. However, you can do a detailed analysis with the score report and can view answers with explanations for every question on the test.

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