What makes a good GRE score?

A common query that arises in most of the Graduate Record Examinations candidates is, “What is a fine GRE mark?” Will my marks be enough to secure me a seat in my dream college?  Well, the answer subtle lies in the question itself.  Different colleges have different cut-offs and requirements. So, what you consider as a good GRE score might not be the same for a particular institute! Every college has specific admission criteria. To be more precise, each department within a college might’ve different score requisite.


Tips to keep in mind for GRE preparation (2017- 2018)

The Graduate Record Examination, commonly known as GRE, is a standardized test that needs to be taken by candidate for admission to many graduate schools in the USA and many other English-speaking countries. The GRE General Test, designed by Educational Testing Service (ETS) to test writing, verbal and quantitative skills, aims to evaluate students regardless of their respective undergraduate specialization.


Tones of Reading Comprehension – GRE,GMAT,CAT


Tones of Reading Comprehension

The tone that an author uses greatly influences what kind of story he or she tells and how the audience perceives it. To develop a better understanding of the text and to answer well in entrance exams like CAT,GRE,GMAT,etc.; it is important to understand the style and tone of the passage.


How to Crack GRE in 3 Months

How to Crack GRE in 3 Months

Majority of students spend between two and three months preparing for the GRE. Given we all struggle to sustain our attention and concentration for more than this long, such a duration makes perfect sense. After all, life’s inevitable “bumps” and distractions are far more likely to derail you during a six months studying for the GRE that you are better off giving it your all over a period of 2 to 3 months. Here is the perfect plan for those who can commit both the time and the cognitive resources necessary for a few months.


When should I start my GRE?

When should I start my GRE?

GRE takes place round the year. It is not like any other exam where the dates will be announced in the newspaper or any official website. So, anytime you feel you are in a position to go and take your best shot, GO FOR IT.

GENERALLY, engineering students prefer to take GRE in their third year either in March or August. No superstitious connections but some logical reason behind it. GRE is an exam which requires you to be tension-free and relaxed. Most engineers remain free during these two months as they aren’t occupied with any work like exams, submissions, etc. There are a few advantages of choosing March over August as enumerated below :


Reasons to choose March as the GRE month:

  1. March is the ideal time to take GRE because you get one more chance to take the exam in August if suppose you don’t score well in the March attempt.
  2. Giving GRE in March won’t clash your deadlines with final year project, placements (some companies do come in August-September) and most importantly you get more time for your Application Process for USA.
  3. You can take TOEFL without any pressure, if your GRE is over in March.
  4. If you’re planning to appear for MBA entrance exams as well, you get sufficient time.
  5. You might have to bunk a lot of lectures for the GRE preparation. This can seriously affect recommendations from your teachers as attendance is the prime parameter. Giving the exam in August leaves you with very less time to ‘butter’ them and make things turn your way.

Problems with choosing a date..

Often, the slots are already full and you don’t get your desired date. So, book your date well in advance. Some prefer to wait till the last minute, and once they are confident about their preparation, they start searching for the nearest available date. This can be a problem as you might not get a single date and have to wait for a long time which in turn affects your preparation leading to a BAD day.

Should I choose end of the month as my GRE day as questions will be repeated?

It’s a big misconception amongst a lot of students.  Questions don’t repeat at all and even if they do, they repeat in the quant section with a maximum of only one or two questions, which anyway are extremely simple to solve or you must have already solved.