latest Syllabus Analytical Writing Assessment- Analysis of an Argument Verbal Reasoning- Reading Comprehension, Text Completion, and Sentence Equivalence Quantitative- mathematics and concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data interpretation.
Here is the updated Syllabus for GRE (Graduate record Examinations) exam for year 2017-2018. Computer-Based Revised General Test: Analytical Writing: One Section with separately timed tasks Analyze an Issue – 30 minutes Analyze an Argument – 30 minutes Verbal Reasoning Two 30 – minute sections – 20 questions per section Quantitative Reasoning Two 35 – minute sections – 20 questions per sections
Paper Based revised General Test: Analytical Writing: Two sections – one writing task per section: Analyze an Issue – 30 minutes Analyse an Argument – 30 minutes Verbal Reasoning Two 35 – minute sections – 25 questions per section Quantitative Reasoning Two 40 – minute sections – 25 questions per sections
The syllabus for GRE Exam is as follows: Verbal Reasoning Analyse & draw conclusions Understand and add value to incomplete data Identify the perception of author Identify vital points & differentiate between relevant & irrelevant points Understand & Summarise the structure of text Understand the meanings of words, sentences & entire texts Understand relationships among words & among concepts. Quantitative Reasoning Understand & Analyse Quantitative Information Interpret Quantitative Information Correctly Solve Problems using Mathematical Models Apply basic Mathematical Skills & Concepts of Arithmetic Apply basic Mathematical Skills & Concepts of Algebra Apply basic Mathematical Skills & Concepts of Geometry Apply basic Mathematical Skills & Concepts of Data Interpretation Analytical Writing Articulate Complex Ideas effectively with clarity Support ideas with relevant reasons & examples Examine claims & accompanying evidence Sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion
SYLLABUS:- The GRE general test is a computer based exam that consists of 6 sections:- · Analytical writing section- 2 Verbal section- It is a computer based verbal section that accesses reading comprehension, critical reasoning, & vocabulary usages. This verbal test is score on the rate of 130-170. It consists of 20 questions that has to be completed in 30 minutes. Each verbal section consists of 6 text completion, 4 sentence equivalence, & 10 critical reading questions.The Verbal Reasoning section measures a candidate's ability to: a. Analyse and draw conclusions, understand and add value to incomplete data; identify the persception of the author; b. Indentify vital points and differentiate between relevant and irrelevant points; c. Understand and summarise the structure of a text; d. Understand the meanings of words, sentences and entire texts; e. Understand relationships among words and among concepts. · 2 quantitative reasoning sections- It comprises of basic high school mathematics knowledge and reasoning skills.It is rated on the scale of 130-170.It also consists of 20 questions that needs to be completed in 35 minutes. It comprises of 8 quantitative comparisons, 9 problem solving items and 3 data interpretation questions.The Quantitative Reasoning section measures a candidate's ability to: a. Understand and analyze quantitative information b. Interpret quantitative information correctly c. Solve problems using mathematical models d. Apply basic mathematical skills and concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data interpretation. · An experimental section – It can be either verbal or quantitative, contains new questions ETS is considering for future use. · Research section · Reasoning sections