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About GRE


GRE® test stands for GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS®. There are two types of GRE tests:
    GRE® General test, and
    GRE® Subject test


GRE® general test:
                                       The GRE® General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE® General Test is required by many graduate and professional schools in the U.S and is an important criterion for admission to their graduate programmes. Applicants must submit their GRE® scores together with certain other records/requirements as part of the process of admission to graduate schools. The GRE® is administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS). ETS is responsible for conducting the GRE® test under the guidance of the college education board of the U.S. GRE® is a multiple-choice Computer Adaptive test and it is a mandatory for students seeking Masters Degree or PhD degrees in the USA for most of the Universities.


GRE® Computer Adaptive Test:
                                                                   The GRE® General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE® General Test is required by many graduate and professional schools in the U.S and is an important criterion for admission to their graduate programmes. Applicants must submit their GRE® scores together with certain other records/requirements as part of the process of admission to graduate schools. The GRE® is administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS). ETS is responsible for conducting the GRE® test under the guidance of the college education board of the U.S. GRE® is a multiple-choice Computer Adaptive test and it is a mandatory for students seeking Masters Degree or PhD degrees in the USA for most of the Universities.


Some points which you must know about the Computer Adaptive Test:
    In verbal section each question has five answer choices and you must select one choice as your answer.
    In the quantitative ability section each problem solving and data interpretation question has five answer choices. However, quantitative comparison questions have only 4 answer choices.
    Only one question appears at a time. To move to the next question, you have to mark an answer to the question that is currently on your screen.
     Once you have confirmed your answer to a question you can't go back to a question and change your answer.
    The questions are graded into 5 categories ranging from the easy to the hard category.
    More points are awarded for getting the harder questions right.
    You are penalized for not completing the test. Hence, your score depends on your accuracy, the difficulty level of the questions and the number of questions you attempted. At the beginning of the test, every candidate gets a question of average difficulty level (level 2 or 3).
    Questions in the verbal and the quantitative sections need not always be administered in groups. For example, if the first question that appears in the verbal section is an antonym, then you need not necessarily get a series of questions on antonyms alone. Two questions on antonyms may be followed by one question on analogies, followed by one on sentence completion. In other words, questions can appear in any particular order. Similarly, in the quantitative section, one question on problem solving may be followed by one question on quantitative comparison. This may be followed by one question on problem solving. Hence, the type of question that will come next cannot be predicted.



GRE® FAQs

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.
Not necessarily. However, to do a master's course, one has to be a graduate in any stream.
The registration fee for taking GRE® is 195. After administering the test and before getting the final scores, the test takers are asked to submit the names of 4 universities that they would like to send their scores to. This facility is part of the fee that is charged for the test.
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
GRE® is offered on all working days in India (ie, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). The schedule can be obtained from Prometric in person, through phone, e-mail or online. www.gre.org
GRE® can be taken unlimited number of times with a gap of a minimum of 21 calendar days between 2 tests. (It is highly advisable not to appear for GRE® too many times as it may affect the applicant’s candidature). However, one can give the test only 5 times in a calendar year.
Your GRE® score will be valid for 5 years after from the date the test was taken
Scoring is between 260 (Minimum) and 340 (Maximum) with 1-point increment. Three scores are reported on the General Test:
 Verbal Reasoning score reported on a 130-170 score scale, in 1-point increments
  Quantitative Reasoning score reported on a 130-170 score scale, in 1-point increments
  Analytical Writing score reported on a 0-6 score scale, in half-point increments
You will see your score for the math's and verbal section the moment you finish the exam but official scores (with scores for AWA) will take about 7-10 days to reach you.
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.
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 25.
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.
Yes, you need to have the GRE® score with you at the time of applying. You need not have the AWA score.



GRE—TRAINING—RESULTS

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Ratna Prasanth 327 2014/jan
Pruthvish 323 aug/2012
Srihareendra 323 aug/2014
Sai praveen 316 2013/dec
Ragavendra rao 314 2013/dec
Kameswara bharadwaj 314 2013/oct
Sai Lahari 313 2013/aug
Keerthy kiran 313 2013/october
Gokul Sai 313 2014/jul
navya 313 2014/SEP
Raveen kumar Chowdary 312 2013/March
Rahul 312 2014/aug
sowmya krishna 311 2013/july
Mohan sai 311 2013/july
SowmyaKrushna 311 2013/July
Balaji.K 311 2013/may
Umamaheswara rao 311 2013/November
Sahithi 311 2013/september
Ravi Chandra 311 2014/jan
Satya Ramji Rao 310 2013/Aug
Manohar 310 2013/August
Santhosh.G 310 2013/jan
Satya Sarath chandra 310 2013/Sep
Vinaya Sree 310 2013/september
Sumanth 309 2012/july
Farooq 309 2012/oct
Dheeraj sai 309 2013/feb
Sindhu 308 2013/Aug
Sivanagendrareddy.A 308 2013/july
RaviTeja 308 2013/nov
Keerthana Buddha 308 2013/november
Mohan Vamsi Krishna 308 2013/september
Ajay Babu 308 2014/jul
Sirisha 307 2012/Dec
Naveenreddy 307 2013/Aug
Rupendrani.A 307 2013/july
Venkat Nitish 307 2013/oct
Sri Charan 307 2013/october
Rajiv Chandra 307 2015/JUL
Divya 306 2013/jun
Rajendra Prasad.B 306 2013/May
Sai Vasudeva Raviteja 306 2013/september
Vinusha 306 aug/2014
Venkata Gopi Krishna 305 2012/Sep
Gouthami 304 2012/Aug
Mounika.K 304 2012/Sep
Raja Mahendra reddy 304 2013/december
Karthik Kaja 304 2013/nov
Tanuj 304 2013/sep
Sandeep 303 2012/Aug
Satish Abhinay 303 2012/Aug
Aneesh 303 2012/jun
Venkatesh babu.K 303 2012/Nov
Naga Aneesh 303 2013/Aug
Teja Krishna.T 303 2013/Aug
Tarun Babu 303 2013/August
Venkatesh.N 303 2013/jun
Sindhuja Ravi 303 2013/june
Ramya Sri 303 2013/nov
Madhusudana Rao 303 2013/nov
Aditya 303 2013/sep
Ratna Kiran 302 2012/Aug
Siva Gangadhar 302 2012/Dec
Sreekanth 302 2012/Nov
Alekhya.B 302 2012/nov
Siddhartha 302 2013/jan
Sai Prashanth 302 2013/july
Raghu vital 302 2013/july
Sai teja Sarvnam 302 2013/november
Phanindra saisrinivas 302 2013/sep
Pradeep Kumar 301 2012/Dec
Anjana Chowdary 301 2012/Sep
Bhavana Shubhangi 301 2013/August
Udayani.Ch 301 2013/feb
Ajay.P 301 2013/july
Subhash babu 301 2014/Feb
Pawan 301 2014/jan
Mohan Krishna 300 2012/Aug
Rama Pavithra Bala 300 2012/jun
Sangama 300 2012/Nov
Trinadh 300 2013/aug
jalandhar.K 300 2013/july
Konda reddy 300 2013/May
Sahithi Kamireddy 300 2013/nov
Venkata Harshavardhan 300 2013/oct
Ssai Rupa 300 2013/Sept
DurgaVenkata 300 2013/Sept
Sai Sarala Pravallika 300 2013/september
Naresh 300 2014/feb
Rehnasultana 299 2013/Aug
Aswini kumar 299 2013/dec
Sai sasank.P 299 2013/jun
Praneetha 299 2013/November
Venkata Sai Nageen 299 2013/october
Ramya 299 2013/september
Pavano 299 2014/feb
Yaswanth Krishna 299 2014/jan
Mohan naga Manikanta.K 298 2012/dec
Hari Datta 298 2013/jun
Jeswanth 298 2013/nov
Sukesh Kumar.S 298 2013/Sep
Mounika 298 2013/september
Mohan Bharath 298 2014/feb
Kowsik 298 2014/jan
Jahnavi Sai 297 2012/Dec
Venkata Anuj 297 2012/Oct
Sasi kumar.P 297 2012/Sep
Lakshamana Dheeraj 297 2013/Aug
Mounika.P 297 2013/jun
Ravindra nath 296 2012/Dec
RaviChandrareddy.K 296 2012/oct
Venkata Rajendra .S 296 2012/sep
Saisujatha 296 2013/Aug
Srinivasa reddy 296 2013/jan
Soma Sekhar 296 2013/oct
Srujana 296 2013/september
Siva nagarjuna Reddy 296 2014/jan
Lakshmi Naga Sai 295 2012/nov
Yswanth 295 2012/oct
Manasa.P 295 2012/Oct
Naga Annapurna 295 2012/Sep
Krishnaprasadreddy 295 2013/Aug
Vijaya Sai.M 295 2013/jan
Siddhartha.P 295 2013/july
Srinaga jahnavi 295 2013/Mar
Srinaga Jahnavi.Y 295 2013/March
Uma maheswari 295 2014/jan
Sunilnadh 295 2015/SEP
Tejaswi 294 20114/jan
Pranaya 294 2012/Aug
Satvik janardhan 294 2012/Oct
Vineela 294 2012/Oct
Anudeep.Ch 294 2013/Aug
Venkata Achyuta sai 294 2013/Aug
VenkataMurali krishna 294 2013/Jan
Srivarsha.K 294 2013/julyl
Raja Manikantha.V 294 2013/jun
Pramod baba 294 2013/may
Bhargava Sai Teja 294 2013/oct
Venkatesh.U 294 2013/Sep
SumanKrishna.Ch 293 2012/Aug
Rahul Raj 293 2013/april
Karthik 293 2013/dec
Kranthi.Ch 293 2013/july
Srirama Phanikumar 293 2013/july
ArunaKumari 293 2013/Sep
Sri teja 293 2014/jan
Anudeep 293 2014/jan
Suresh Babu 293 2014/jan
Sai kishore 292 2013/april
Santosh 292 2013/nov
KrishnaKantha 292 2013/sep
Girish kumar 291 2012/Dec
Jayakrishna 291 2012/july
Preetham.U 291 2013/april
Lakshmi Sunandha 291 2013/aug
Nandini 291 2013/Aug
Neelesh 291 2013/Aug
Gouthami.G 291 2013/jan
Lalasa.K 291 2013/jun
Sreenivasalu 291 2013/November
Leela krishna 291 2013/september
Abhinav Tej 291 2014/feb
Chandra Preethi 290 2013/Aug
Jayanth.M 290 2013/Feb
Malavika.P 290 2013/july
Vijayalakshmi 290 2013/mar
Tanweer Saleem 290 2013/sep
Yamini 290 2013/sep
Hari Babu 290 2014/apr
Prabhu Kiran 290 2014/feb