GRE Exam Syllabus
1-VERBAL REASONING (reading comprehension, text completion, sentence equivalence) ( 20 ques each in 2 sections-30 min each)
Reading comprehension – 8-9
short reading passages of 1 para long & will have 1 or 2 questions related to them.
There will be 1-2 long reading passages per test which will have 3+ questions associated with them. Questions are multiple choice questions, you are required to choose either single or multiple correct answers as per asked.
Text completion- there will be 1,2 or 3 blanks need to fill in.
1 blank- 5 choices to pick from
2 or 3 blanks- each has 3 choices to pick from. Sentence equivalence
you are supposed to select 2 answer choices that best complete a sentence & provide similar meaning/synonyms.
2-QUANTITATIVE REASONING ( 20 questions each in 2 sections-35 min each)
- Quantitative comparison
- Multiple choice questions with either one option or more than one option
- Numeric entry questions.
3-ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT (AWA)
- one logical argument-an argument is given you have to either write for it or write against it.
- One critical issue – a topic is given you have to write an essay. ( awa – no options are given, 30 min each)