How to prepare for GRE?

The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) 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. It is designed to test applicants skills such as:

For each section of GRE you need to formulate a proper strategy. Here is some general guidelines:

Preparing for Verbal section:

     be very helpful.

Preparing for Quantitative section:

    need.  This is the scoring part of the exam, so plan for it strategically.

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How to prepare for GRE
GRE change from the fall of 2007.
The revised General Test is changing from an adaptive test, with varying questions presented to each
examinee according to his or her performance, to a linear test, with all examinees testing at the same
time receiving the same questions. The table below lists out the possible changes in the current format.
The New Verbal Reasoning
Measure(two 40-minute sections)
The New Quantitative Reasoning
Measure(two 40-minute sections)
The New Analytical Writing
Measure(two 30-minute sections)
Less dependence on
vocabularyMore reading
passagesA broader selection of
reading passagesEmphasis on
skills related to graduate work,
such as complex
reasoningExpansion of
computer-enabled tasks (e.g.,
highlighting a sentence in a
passage that serves the function
described in the
Quantitative reasoning skills that
are similar to skills typically used
in graduate schoolProportion of
questions involving real-life
scenarios and data
increasedProportion of
Geometry questions
decreasedExpansion of
computer-enabled tasks (e.g.,
entering a numeric answer
instead of choosing from a
list)On-screen, four-function
calculator with square root28
New, more focused prompts will
reduce the possibility of reliance
on memorized materialsEssay
responses will be made available
to designated score recipients45