GMAT : ANU KUMARI 790 | CHIRAG FIALOKE 780 | NAGENDRA SINHA 780 | NIKHIL RAJPAL 780 | RAJAN KUKREJA 780 | ROHIT JAIN 780 | SACHIT KHERA 780 | ABHIMANYU SINGH 770 | ABHISHEK IYER 770 | AMARJEET RAI 770 | ARNAV SAWHNY 770 | ARPIT MIDHA 770 | ASHISH KHANDELIA 770 | AWANEESH VERMA 770 | DEEPAK SEHRAWAT 770 |J B PRUSTY 770 | JYOTHI PRAKASH 770 | LUVKESH 770 | NEHA JAIN 770 | NILESH MOHAN 770 | RAHUL MITRA 770 | RAJAT MEHRA 770 | RAVIJOT CHUGH 770 | SHAURYA BABU 770 | SIDDHARTHA JAIN 770 | SOHAIL DEEP 770 | TEG SINGH 770 | VINAYAK PANT 770 | VISHWAS GOYAL 770 | VIVEK OBEROI 770 | YAJUR KAPOOR 770 | SIDDHARTH ARORA 770 | AADIT PRASAD 760 | ABHISHEK AWASTHI 760 | ABHISHEK DHORELIYA 760 | AJAY KANWAR 760 | AKANKSHA LUTHER 760 | AKHIL BAJAJ 760 | AKSHAT MOHAN 760 | AKSHAY GULATI 760 |AMIT KHANNA 760 | AMRITA AGNIHOTRI 760 | ANIRUDDH DIMRI 760 | ANISH JAIN 760 | ANISH UNI KANNAN 760 | ANKIT KUMAR 760 | ANMOL HANDA 760 | ANSHUL MALIK 760 | BHUPINDER SINGH 760 | GRE : SHASHWAT GARG 337 | S.SUBRAMANIAN 336 | JUHI NAIK 336 | AADITYA GOEL 335 | ABHINAV GABBA 335 | NAWAF NAZIR 335 | SONALI DESHPANDE 335 | DARSHANA SUNOJ 335 | ASHWIN RAJAN 334 | DARSHAN SHETTY 334 | MEDHA SAHI 334 | SUSHILEE 334 | AKSHAY CHANDRAN 333 | MALLIKA SOBTI 333 | SIDDHARTH SANKAR RATH 333 | RUSHIL AGARWAL 333 | ANUKOOL PUROHIT 332 | KRITI AGARWAL 332 | MALINI BOSE 332 | RAMIT MALHOTRA 332 | SARAH GEORGE 332 | SHREYA MATHAI 332 | UNMUKT 332 | ANIMESH MISHRA 332 | AMIT RANSHINGE 332 | SHOAN JAIN 332 | SOHINI MUKHERJEE 332 | G. PRADYUMAN 332 | AVIRAL PUNDIR 332 | ANSHUMAN SINGH 331 | KRISHNA PRIYA 331 | RAHUL GAUR 331 | AISHANOU RAIT 331 | VARINDER GREWAL 331 | AKHIL GUPTA 331 | NAVYA SINGLA 331 | YOGESHWAR MUTNEJA 331 | ANMOL AHUJA 331 | MANSI MALIK 331 | PRABAL SHRESTHA 331 | AMRITANSHU SINHA 330 | CHIRAG JAIN 330 | HIMANSHU 330 | HIMANSHU SHARMA 330 | R. ABHISHEK 330 | ROHAL KOHLI 330 | ABHI OJHA 330 | AQIB BHAT 330 | CHARVI AGARWAL 330 | IELTS : PRASHANTHI S 9 | AMARPREET GILL 8.5 | ANANYA JAIN 8.5 | ANISH OBEROI 8.5 | ANUSHKA PATARA 8.5 | ARCHANA CHAWLA 8.5 | ASHWIN S 8.5 | DR. KUSHARGA 8.5 | DR. PRAVEEN 8.5 | GAURI KAUSHISH 8.5 | GV KRISHNAN 8.5 | JHANAK BALHARA 8.5 | KEERTHANA JAYAKUMAR 8.5 | LIJA JACOB 8.5 | MONIL 8.5 | NALLASWAMY M 8.5 | NARAYAN PARASURAM 8.5 | NIKITA NABH 8.5 | NIRAJ MEHTA 8.5 | PRANAV RATHI 8.5 | PRERNA CHAUDHARY 8.5 | PUNEET NAYYAR 8.5 | RADHIKA BIYANI  8.5 | RAJEEV KARTHIK 8.5 | SAT : RAJAT MEHNDIRATTA 2400 | ANVI DALAL 2400 | ADITI THAKUR 2380 | AGNI 2350 | JAI OJHA 2350 | ABHIJIT LAVANIA 2330 | PRONAY SABLOK 2330 | HIMA BINDU 2320 | AARAYAMAN SHEORAN 2310 | SRISTHI NATH 2310 | SUCHITH VASUDEVAN 2310 | ABIR 2300 | MARIA SUHAIL 2300 | VIVEK KUMAR 2300 | ARKOIJI GHOSH 2290 | ARKOJI GHOSH 2290 | ANANYA GUPTA  2280 | ANEESH 2280 | ANVI DALAL 2280 | DIVYA BHASIN 2280 | TANVI BIKHCHANDANI 2280 | PRAKRIT GUPTA 2270 | ANAY DAVE 2260 | RIDHIMA KHURANA 2260 | RISHAB 2260 | KALAIVANI 2250 | ANIRUDH VISHWANATH 2250 | ARJUN GANDHI 2250 | KALAIVANI 2250 | ARJUN SARKAR 2240 | SIDDHARTH WADHWA 2240 | ANANYA GOYAL 2230 | RAGINI 2230 | RAGINI  2230 | SUPARN SHARMA 2230 | MANASWINEE 2220 | NEHA SHARMA 2220 | RAGINI KHURANA 2220 | RAJAN LAL 2220 | TANUSHREE MAJUMDAR 2210 | UDYAT GUTGUTIA 2210 | DIKSHA KATARIA 2200 | SHIV GOEL 2200 | SHRUTHI 2200 | SHRUTHI RAMESH 2200 | TUSHAR 2200 | YASH 2200 | YASH KANSAL 2200 | TOEFL : ADITYA KASHI 120 | HARINI S 120 | ARCHANA JAIN 119 | FAZILAT BIVIJI 119 | JUHI RANJAN 119 | MANASA RAO 119 | PREETI VAIDYA 119 | PRIYANKA SHOKEEN 119 | SONALI MALIK 119 | ANMOL AHUJA 119 | VAISHNAVI.V 119 | AISHWARYA D J 118 | ARAVIND NV 118 | ARUSH MANAV KALRA 118 | ASTHA YADAV 118 | AVIK SARKAR 118 | KETKAI 118 | MITTALI GUPTA 118 | RAJAN DALAL 118 | RAJAN  DALAL 118 | SMITA POKHRIYAL 118 | SWATI CHAWLA 118 | THOMAS ALEX 118 | VIHASI JANI 118 | RUCHA GAWAS 118 | ABHINAV MEHRA 117 | ADITYA BANSAL 117 | ANKUSH CHOUDHARY 117 | APARNA C 117 |

WHAT IS THE GRE®?

What is the GRE®?

A standardized test, the Graduate Record Examination(GRE) measures Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical Writing skills. The test intends to aid Graduate Schools (of all fields other than business) assess the potential of the applicants for advanced study. Most universities in the US, while inviting applications from prospective students, ask for GRE® scores.

The examination is entirely a Computer-based Test, and no two students get an identical set of questions. The test is scored on a maximum of 340. The GRE® Score alone cannot guarantee admission into a school - the test is only one of the major factors taken into consideration in the long process of an applicant getting admitted into a graduate school that he/she desires.

The GRE® test has three parts - Quantitative, Verbal and Analytical Writing Assessment. The following is the GRE® test structure:

An unidentified unscored section is included and will appear in any order after the Analytical Writing section. It is not counted as part of your score.

An identified research section that is not scored may be included, and it is always at the end of the test.

The US-based "Educational Testing Service" (ETS), which works under the direction of the Graduate Record Examination Board, develops and administers the GRE®. ETS is responsible for setting questions, conducting the test and sending score reports to each examinee. For detailed information about GRE®, please refer to the official website of GRE®.



What is the scoring scale for the GRE®?

  • The AWA section grades are from 0-6 in 0.5 point increments.
  • The Quantitative Reasoning section grades are from 130-170 in 1 point increments.
  • The Verbal Reasoning section grades are from 130-170 in 1 point increments.
  • Total scores are from 260-340 in 1 point increments; AWA scores are separate.

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GRE® FAQs:

Does admission to universities depend only on GRE® scores?

It is one of the various criteria that the admission council looks at. However, a good GRE® score does improve your chances of getting admission and financial aid.

Does one have to be a graduate for taking the GRE®?

Anybody can take the GRE exam irrespective of their educational qualification. But you have to be a graduate to start your Masters Program.

What is the cost/registration fee for the GRE®?

The registration fee for taking GRE® is USD 195. After the test, the test takers are asked to submit the names of 4 colleges that they would like to send their scores to. This facility is part of the USD 195 fee that is charged for the test.

How do I register for the GRE®?

You can register online or by phone or by mail. The detailed information about registering for the GRE® can be found at www.gre.org

How many times in a year is the GRE® exam held?

GRE® is offered usually on all working days in India (ie, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). The schedule can be obtained at www.gre.org

How many times can I take the GRE®?

GRE® can be taken unlimited number of times with a gap of a minimum of 21 calendar days between 2 tests. However, one can give the test only 5 times in a calendar year. (It is highly advisable not to appear for GRE® too many times as it may affect the applicant’s candidature).

What is the validity of the GRE® exam?

Your GRE® score will be valid for 5 years from the date the test was taken.

How soon do I get my score?

You will see your score for the maths and verbal sections the moment you finish the exam but official scores (with scores for AWA) will take about 7-10 days to reach you.

What happens if I want to cancel the GRE® test score?

After taking the exam you are given the choice of cancelling your score without seeing it. If you choose to do so the score is lost forever but it gets reported on all subsequent score charts that you had cancelled an exam.

How do I pass on my score to the colleges where I want to apply to?

The universities only accept official scores sent directly by ETS. Scores to four colleges can be sent free of cost while taking the exam. Subsequently, for each score report sent to a college, you would have to pay $27.

If I take the GRE® more than once, which score will be considered by the universities?

Almost all the universities take the best score. If you have taken the GRE multiple times, you can choose the score that you want to sent to the university.

If the application deadline of University X is July 15, by when should I take the GRE®?

Technically, you can take it as late as July 15. However, it is best to take the GRE® at least 15 days before the deadline so that you have enough time to prepare the other parts of the application.

Do I need to have the GRE® score at the time of applying to universities?

Yes, you need to have the GRE® score with you at the time of applying. You need not have the AWA score.

Which graduate and business school institutions accept GRE® scores?

See the complete list of institutions (PDF) using GRE scores and their official ETS code number. Business schools worldwide accept GRE scores for their MBA, specialized master's and other doctoral business programs, including many top-ranked programs. View the most current list of business schools accepting GRE scores for MBA admissions.

Which MBA programs accept GRE® scores?

Business schools worldwide accept GRE scores for their MBA, specialized master's and other doctoral business programs, including many top-ranked programs. View the most current list of business schools accepting GRE scores for MBA admissions.


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