About GRE Test:

GRE stands for Graduate Record Examination. The GRE is a computer adaptive test. It is used as a determining factor for admissions to general graduate-level degree programs in the United States. The test assesses the verbal, math, and analytical skills of applicants for graduate schools.

 Analytical Writing
The Analytical Writing Section has two essays. One asks students to “present their perspective on an issue,” the other asks them to “analyze an argument.”
 Quantitative Section
The Quantitative Section tests high-school level math. The students will be required to be familiar with arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis.
 Verbal Section
The Verbal Section consists of sentence completion questions, analogies, antonyms and reading comprehension exercises.

GRE Test Format:

VerbalMathematicalAnalytical Writing
Total no. of Questions28282
Time  30 mins.30 mins.75 mins.
Full Score8008006.0

GRE Verbal Question Types:

Questions on the GRE can appear quite baffling at first glance. They are, as a matter of fact, more difficult that question types on other tests but quality instruction at Global Village can help you overcome that obstacle. The following are the 4 verbal question types and the areas they test along with details about the analytical writing assessment.

AnalogiesSentence CorrectionReading ComprehensionAntonymsAnalytical Writing
Abilities testedTo correlate between words and concepts.To correlate between different componential parts of sentences.The ability to synthesize information from text, make inferences and come to conclusions.The ability to correlate between different words and the connotations they present.The ability to evaluate an argument and the ability to construct a persuasive case in favor of or against an issue.

GRE Scoring:

The GRE has a cumulative score of 1600 for the quantitative and verbal section and a score from 0.0- to 6.0 for the writing. So, to summarize it all the verbal GRE will have 28 questions with 800 marks and the Quantitative GRE will have 28 questions and 800 marks. The sum will be calculated for your cumulative score. Most larger and more reputed Graduate schools require a certain score in the GRE. Many small state universities and medium Liberal Arts colleges will require about 100 and above. There are also many large State Universities that will accept you if you have a score of 1200 and above. 1400 and above should be enough to squeeze into Ivy League schools and more than that will only strengthen your chances.

Course Duration & Fees:

Our GRE preparation course lasts for 8 weeks. Every week there is an hour of class everyday from Sunday to Thursday. Saturday is a holiday whereas Friday is for full-length testing. Of Course, the Self Access Library and the Self Access Lab are open from morning to evening and you are most welcome to spend as much time as you want in them.

We offer excellent GRE preparation training to students who intend to study and win scholarship, assistantship or fellowship in US colleges or universities at graduate levels. Our teachers are both familiar with the content of the test and are skilled and competent to help test takers get higher scores.

The total course fee is NRP 9,500 which doesn’t include examination registration fees. All students must pay in full before they start the course. Refund is possible when students are not satisfied with our teaching. The claim of refund must be made no later than attending the first class. Global Village will deduct NRP 500 while making refund. Students should return all the materials taken from Global Village before they get the refund.

Student Facilities:

  • Hi Tech tools that makes life easier in the classroom.
  • Free access to internet from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a high speed internet service.
  • Self access library where you have access to study books, listen CD player, scan, print, study, surf educational sites, interact with teachers with a air conditioned room.
  • VCD, DVD, Novels and preparation books can be borrowed from a limited time by Global Village students.

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