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The GRE is held year-round at test centers around the world. The test is computer-based, and paper-based where computer testing is unavailable. Paper-based testing is held three times per year.

The GRE costs $205.

The GRE is accepted by thousands of graduate schools and business schools. You should research specific graduate programs to learn what tests they require.

The GRE is split into 6 sections: first an Analytical Writing section consisting of a 30-minute Argument Task and a 30-minute Issue task; then 2 sections each of Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning, with a final “experimental” section that is either Verbal or Quantitative reasoning. After the Analytical Writing section, the remaining sections occur in random order. Some tests also have an optional “research” section after the conclusion of the exam.


The GRE lasts for approximately 3 hours 45 minutes.


Ultimately, this is a question best answered by you, as it depends on your target score and your level of English and mathematics testing proficiency. We recommend that you take a practice test to evaluate your position, and then form a preparation strategy to reach your target score. Depending on your needs, Manhattan Review offers a variety of test-preparation resources and study programmes that may be useful as you plan your study schedule.


Depending on the student and graduate program, the GRE score can vary from a mere formality to a critical component of the application. Generally, graduate schools consider the GRE below undergraduate GPA, and about equally with letters of recommendation.


The GRE is scored on a scale of 130-170, in 1-point increments, for both the Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning sections. The Analytical Writing section is scored on a scale of 0-6 in 0.5-point increments.


The paper-based test is given three times per year in locations where computer-based testing is unavailable. All answers, including both Analytical Writing tasks, are written in the test booklet. A handheld calculater is provided for the Quantitative Reasoning sections.


The General GRE evaluates Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing. The subject tests evaluate proficiency in Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology; Biology; Chemistry; Literature in English; Mathematics; Physics; and Psychology.


Yes, once every 21 days up to five times per year for the computer-based test. You may retake the paper-based test whenever it is offered (3 times per year where computer-based testing is unavailable).


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