Gre (Graduate Record Examination)

Gre (Graduate Record Examination)

The GRE General Test:

The GRE General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills, skills that have been identified as critical for success in graduate and business school.

The GRE Subject Tests:

The GRE Subject Tests are achievement tests that measure your knowledge of a particular field of study.
Show what you know about a specific subject and graduate schools will take notice. The Subject Tests can help you stand out from other applicants by emphasizing your knowledge and skill level in a specific area. Each Subject Test is intended for students who have an undergraduate major or extensive background in one of these seven disciplines:

Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology:

The test consists of approximately 180 multiple-choice questions. The content of the test is organized into three sub score areas: Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Molecular Biology and Genetics.

Biology:

The test consists of approximately 200 multiple-choice questions. The content of the test is organized into three sub score areas: Cellular and Molecular Biology, Organism Biology and Ecology and Evolution.

Chemistry:

The test consists of approximately 130 multiple-choice questions. The content of the test emphasizes the four fields into which chemistry traditionally has been divided: Analytical, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry.

Computer Science:

The test consists of approximately 70 multiple-choice questions, covering the following categories: Software Systems and Methodology, Computer Organization and Architecture, Theory and Mathematical Background and other topics.

Literature in English:

Each edition of the test consists of approximately 230 multiple-choice questions organized into four major areas: Literary Analysis, Identification, Cultural and Historical Contexts and History and Theory of Literary Criticism.

Mathematics:

The test consists of approximately 66 multiple-choice questions drawn from Calculus, Algebra and additional topics.

Physics:

The test consists of approximately 100 multiple-choice questions covering Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Optics and Wave Phenomena, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics, Special Relativity, Laboratory Methods and Specialized Topics.

Psychology:

Most editions of the test consist of approximately 205 multiple-choice questions covering Experimental, Social and General Psychology topics.

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