GRE Preparation Classes in Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test for admission into Graduate Schools in the United States. GRE exam aims to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills of students seeking admission and job aspirants seeking employment with global businesses. GRE Classes are offered at various centers (Dubai, Sharjah & Abu Dhabi) United Arab Emirates.
GRE Classes in Dubai : on Every Fri, Sat; Time: 5.30-8.30 pm
GRE Classes in Abu Dhabi : on Every Fri, Sat; Time: 11-2 pm
GRE is the basic test taken by students seeking admission into Masters or Doctoral programs in the non-business schools. Skills like verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing are tested at the GRE test. Significantly, GRE is considered as the benchmark to measure students’ skills developed in school and college.
Importance of GRE at Colleges and Universities
When students with different backgrounds (social and cultural) are applying to the same graduate schools, GRE scores become all the more important in shortlisting candidates for admission into Masters or Doctoral programs. Colleges and universities look for students with the same basic level of learning skills. GRE helps in meeting this objective totally.
GRE FOR EMPLOYMENT
Globally, employers look for basic learning skills acquired by candidates in school and college. By taking GRE scores into consideration, employees are assured of the candidates’ verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills.
GRE EXAM FORMAT
The GRE revised General test has different sections, and scores. Some points about the GRE revised General test:
- Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning: 130 – 170 points
- Analytic Writing: 0.0 to 6.0 in half point increments
- Two Math and two Verbal sections
- First of both the sections is not computer adaptive. However, the difficulty of the questions provided in the second section depends on the candidate’s performance in the first section.
- The Essay section of the GRE is composed on the computer