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How would you define GRE in your own words?
It's a very broad test used by an even broader arrangement of graduate programs. Liberal arts majors tend to excel at the verbal section, while STEM types tend to excel at the quant section -- it's the crossover that gives students such difficulty. The quantitative score can be dependably... read more
It's a very broad test used by an even broader arrangement of graduate programs. Liberal arts majors tend to excel at the verbal section, while... read more
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Jason M. answered • 04/19/18

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How would you define GRE in your own words?
GRE is an advanced college entrance type of exam. The verbal tests your reasoning, core vocabulary, ability to comprehend passages quickly, and verbal self confidence. The math tests basic math skills through end of high school. There is no calculus, or advanced stats, or adv. trig, for... read more
GRE is an advanced college entrance type of exam. The verbal tests your reasoning, core vocabulary, ability to comprehend passages quickly, and... read more
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How would you define GRE in your own words?
The GRE is a reasoning test. For Verbal Reasoning, you don't have to memorize a list of advanced vocabulary to do well on the sentence and text completions. Instead you need to determine the context before trying to select the words. For Quantitative Reasoning, there are certain basic math,... read more
The GRE is a reasoning test. For Verbal Reasoning, you don't have to memorize a list of advanced vocabulary to do well on the sentence and text... read more
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How would you define GRE in your own words?
Your GRE score is scaled. That means that your GRE score is determined by comparing your performance to that of other GRE test-takers, who are applying to graduate programs ranging from Business to Engineering to English Literature. Earning a high overall GRE score means being better at... read more
Your GRE score is scaled. That means that your GRE score is determined by comparing your performance to that of other GRE test-takers, who are... read more
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