top of page


The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) stands as the predominant admission test required by graduate and business schools in the United States and various other prominent study destinations worldwide. University admissions authorities utilize GRE test scores, in conjunction with applicants' academic records, to evaluate their readiness for master's-level studies. Administered by the non-profit organisation ETS (Educational Testing Service), the GRE assesses individuals' critical thinking, analytical writing, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning abilities. Aspiring graduate or business school candidates have the opportunity to take the GRE once every 21 days, with the option to do so up to five times within any consecutive 12-month period. Exam pattern 1. Verbal Reasoning (41 minutes) • Two sections with 27 questions each 2. Quantitative Reasoning (47 minutes) • Two sections with 27 questions each 3. Analytical Writing Assessment (30 mins) • One essays based on issue Total Scores GRE scores are out of 340 Total Time 1 hours, 58 minutes Other Details Registration Online Nature of Exam Computer Based Adaptive Test Links GRE Test Fee US $228 Frequency of Tests Once every 21 days, up to 5 times within a 12 month period from the date of your first test Score Validity 5 Years Free Score Reporting There is a provision of reporting your GRE test scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice (only available on the test date), the cost of which is built into the GRE test fee you pay Additional Test Score Reporting Fees US $30





bottom of page