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GRE Overview

GRE stands for "Graduate Record Examination," which is a test that assesses students' verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing abilities in preparation for graduate study overseas.

 Structure of GRE

A. Verbal Reasoning 

The Verbal Reasoning component of the GRE Syllabus assesses a candidate's ability to evaluate written material, derive critical details from it, and recognize interconnections between concepts and words. The verbal reasoning component consists of the following:

1. GRE Reading Comprehension 

Questions on reading comprehension are based on texts ranging in length from one to five paragraphs. Each passage is based on subjects encountered in non-academic and academic publications in the fields of biology, physics, business, social sciences, arts and humanities, and general topics.

There are usually 8 to 10 passages throughout the test. Thus, every piece will be one paragraph long, with a couple additional paragraphs thrown in for good measure.

2. Text/Sentence Completion Section

This component includes a sequence of phrases or paragraphs in which key words are eliminated at frequent intervals. Candidates must read the full paragraph and choose the relevant words to fill in the blanks in order to form a logical plot where the passages range from one to five phrases in length in which the fill in a minimum of one and a maximum of three blanks is required.

3. GRE Sentence Equivalence Section

The sentence equivalence component, unlike the text completion portion, assesses applicants' responsibility to accomplish a substantially composed paragraph. This section focuses on expressing a passage or tale based on the facts provided where a single paragraph/sentence is given to fill one blank of an answer with six possible answers.

B. Quantitative Reasoning 

The quantitative reasoning component consists of the following:

1. Select One Answer Choice for Multiple-Choice Questions

 These are multiple choice questions in which you must choose one answer from a list of five options.

2. Select One or More Answer Choices for Multiple-Choice Questions

These are multiple-choice questions in which you must choose from several options. A question may or may not specify how many options you must choose from.

3. Questions with Numeric Answers

This sort of question requires you to enter the answer as an integer or decimal in a single box, or as a fraction in two distinct boxes.

4. Questions about quantitative comparisons

In these questions, you must compare two quantities and then pick one response from four options that best expresses the comparison.

C. Analytical Writing 

The analytical writing component consists of the 2 tasks:

  1. Analysis of a Problem 

        This essay assesses your ability to deconstruct the nuances of a topic or perspective and develop a compelling argument on the very same.

        2. An analysis of an argument

        This Analyze an Argument assignment tests your abilities to comprehend, evaluate, and evaluate alternatives, as well as to write coherently about your views.

        After the Analytical Writing test, there may be an unidentifiable unscored portion that does not contribute toward your score. It can appear in any sequence. Questions in the unscored section are being tested for future use or to guarantee that results on subsequent editions of the exam are              comparable to scores on previous editions.

 In place of the unscored portion, a recognized research component that does not contribute toward your score may be inserted. The research component of the test will always come towards the end. The questions in this section are presented for the purpose of ETS study.



Time Duration

No. of Question

Verbal Reasoning

(2 sections)

30 minutes per section

Approx. 20 per section

Quantitative Reasoning 

(2 sections)

35 minutes per section

Approx. 20 per section

Analytical Writing

(2 task)

30 minutes per task

2 tasks

One “Analyze an Issue” task and one “Analyze an Argument” task

Unscored and research



GRE Test Duration

Total time spent on the test is about 3 hours and 45 minutes.

GRE Validity

The validity of an GRE result is 5 years.

Grading the GRE examination

The grades in the AWA section range from 0 to 6, with 0.5-point increments. The scores for the Quantitative Reasoning portion range from 130 to 170 in a 1-point increment. The Verbal Reasoning part scores range from 130 to 170, with each point worth one point. AWA scores are independent from total scores, which range from 260 to 340 in 1-point increments.


Lakehead Education’s GRE classes

Our session lasts six weeks and is delivered in a cyclic structure. The GRE program is designed to provide individuals with the necessary skills and approaches they will need to attempt the GRE test with ease, assurance and to succeed gracefully. The program will also provide learners with extensive practice in each module, assuring that they understand how to make the most of their time and resource. Learners will indeed take formative assessments for each competency in exam conditions, with experts providing constructive direction to help them succeed.

  • GRE Teaching Material at Their Finest
  • Educators who are most skilled and collaborative
  • There is indeed a great deal of support everywhere.
  • Practice/ Mock Exams
  • Tests and evaluation on demand.
  • The daily tasks are designed to give you regular habit in order to help you reach your full potential.
  • Classes for Revision

GRE Details in Nepal

GRE Test Fee: US $205