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  • About the GRE Revised General Test

    The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Revised General Test is a requirement of most academic (i.e., non-professional) graduate programs in the United States, Canada, and many other countries. The GRE has a general test, which most academic graduate school applicants must take, and a number of subject tests that are more specialized requirements of certain programs (e.g., psychology, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, physics, etc.). The exam measures your verbal and mathematical reasoning skills. The GRE is approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes long and is probably unlike any other test that you have ever taken. The GRE is section-level computer adaptive for the two Verbal and two Quantitative sections. This means that the computer will select the difficulty level of the second timed section based on your performance on the first timed section. Within each separately timed section, you will be able to respond to questions in any order as well as review and possibly adjust the response(s) to questions you have already answered.

    The GRE is divided into six sections: one Analytical Writing section with two tasks that always comes first, two Verbal Reasoning sections, two Quantitative Reasoning sections, and an unscored Experimental section that will look just like a Verbal or Quantitative section. The order of the Verbal, Quantitative, and Experimental sections is random. Your performance on the Verbal and Quantitative sections results in two separate scaled scores ranging from 130-170 points. Your performance on the Analytical Writing section results in a separate scaled score ranging from 0.0-6.0 points.

    Analytical Writing (1 Section) Verbal Reasoning (2 Sections) Length 60 minutes Length 30 minutes per section

    Format Typed Essay Format Multiple Choice and Select Text

    Questions 2 (30 minutes per task) Questions Approximately 20 per section

    Question Types Analyze an Issue Analyze and Argument Question Types Reading Comprehension (3 types) Sentence Equivalence Text Completion

    Topics Tested Analysis of an Issue Analysis of an Argument Topics Tested Vocabulary Verbal and Logical Reasoning Reading and Critical Thinking

    Quantitative Reasoning (2 Sections) Experimental (1 Section) Length 35 minutes per section Length 30 or 35 minutes

    Format Multiple Choice and Numeric Entry Format Varies according to section type (same as Verbal or Quantitative section)

    Questions Approximately 20 per section Questions Approximately 20 per section

    Question Types Quantitative Comparison Multiple Choice (1) and (1 or More) Numeric Entry

    Question Types Varies according to section type (same as Verbal or Quantitative section)

    Topics Tested

    Arithmetic/Number Properties Algebra/Geometry Problem Solving Data Interpretation

    Topics Tested Varies according to section type (same as Verbal or Quantitative section)

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  • inlingua GRE Revised General Test

    Course Outline

    All inlingua GRE programs feature the following benefits:

    Private, one-on-one lessons Free diagnostic and practice testing and test analysis Flexible schedules: You can even cancel and reschedule lessons One size doesnt fit all! Although most courses generally follow the outline shown below, your actual program will be based around your individual strengths and weaknesses.

    Topic Description Full-length Diagnostic Test Full-length diagnostic GRE pretest. GRE Structure, Content, Scoring System, and Strategy

    Information about the structure, content, and scoring system of the test. General test taking strategies.

    Introduction to GRE Verbal Reasoning Comprehensive review and analysis of the GRE Verbal Sections.

    Verbal I: Vocabulary Strategies for improving vocabulary. Top 100 GRE words. Verbal II: Sentence Equivalence Skills and strategies for Sentence Equivalence questions. Verbal III: Text Completion Skills and strategies for Text Completion questions. Verbal IV: Reading Comprehension 1 Strategies for Select One Multiple Choice questions. Verbal V: Reading Comprehension 2 Strategies for Select One or More Multiple Choice questions. Verbal VI: Reading Comprehension 3 Strategies for Select-in-Passage questions. Verbal Reasoning Test Timed GRE Verbal Reasoning Test Introduction to GRE Quantitative Reasoning Comprehensive review and analysis of the GRE Quantitative

    Sections. Quantitative I: Basic Math Skills Review of basic math concepts: arithmetic, number

    properties, algebra, geometry, data analysis, word problems. Review of strategies: backsolving and approximation.

    Quantitative II: Problem Solving 1 Strategies for Select One Multiple Choice questions. Quantitative III: Problem Solving 2 Strategies for Select One or More Multiple Choice questions. Quantitative IV: Quantitative Comparison Skills and strategies for Quantitative Comparison questions. Quantitative V: Numeric Entry Skills and strategies for Numeric Entry questions. Quantitative VI: Data Interpretation Sets Skills and strategies for Data Interpretation question sets. Quantitative Reasoning Test Timed GRE Quantitative Reasoning Test Analytical Writing I: Issue Essay Skills and strategies for the Analyze an Issue Task. Analytical Writing II: Argument Essay Skills and strategies for the Analyze an Argument Task. Full-length Post-test Full-length realistic diagnostic GRE post-test.

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  • inlingua GRE Programs

    The inlingua GRE course combines classroom learning with computer practice and extensive diagnostic and practice testing to ensure that you maximize your test taking potential and achieve your target GRE score. Before beginning your course, an inlingua GRE expert will administer a full-length, realistic diagnostic test to determine your strengths and weaknesses. After careful, in-depth analysis of the results of your diagnostic test, we will create a specialized course of studies custom designed to enhance your strengths and minimize your weaknesses. After designing your inlingua GRE course and strategic test preparation plan, an inlingua GRE specialist will provide one-on-one instruction to familiarize you with the GRE structure, format, and test content. You will explore each question type in detail and learn critical test taking strategies that will help you capitalize on your strengths. Our GRE program emphasizes practical tips and skills that make a real difference in your score, and focuses on guided practice that helps you understand why you make mistakes, and what to do to correct them. All inlingua Test Preparation courses offer maximum flexibility and great value. Whether you need to prepare for your test in the mornings, afternoons, evenings, or even on the weekends, we are here to get you ready for test day. Our three most popular GRE programs are

    GRE 26 GRE 50 GRE 76 26 Private Lessons

    2 Full-Length Practice Tests 50 Private Lessons

    2 Full-Length Practice Tests 76 Private Lessons

    2 Full-Length Practice Tests

    This is the right course for you if You have taken an actual or diagnostic test and are close to achieving your target score (within 10 percentile rank points).

    You have taken an actual or diagnostic test and are not close to achieving your target score but are within 10-20 percentile points.

    You have taken an actual or diagnostic test and are far from achieving your target score (more than 20 percentile points away).

    You are familiar with the test content but need to take practice tests and receive diagnostic feedback and analysis to gain a competitive edge on Test Day.

    You are somewhat familiar with the test content but need to improve your knowledge of the test content and test taking skills and strategies to achieve a higher score.

    You are generally unfamiliar with the test content and need to gain and develop knowledge of the test content as well as learn test taking skills and strategies

    You speak English with native proficiency.

    You speak English with native or near-native proficiency but have some trouble with formal, academic English.

    You do not speak English with native proficiency or have substantial difficulty with formal, academic English.

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