Options with GRE


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GRE Syllabus


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Options with GRE

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for most Graduate Schools in the United States and other countries. The exam aims to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills that have been acquired over a long period of learning and that are not entirely based on any specific field of study outside of the GRE itself. The GRE General Test is offered as a computer-based exam administered at Prometric testing centres. The cost to take the test is US$205 currently. The scores are valid for 3-5 years depending on the admissions criteria set by each individual institute.
GRE for MS:

Ø Are you a student who likes core subjects?

Ø Are you someone interested in research work and PhD?

Ø Are you someone who lives and loves technology?

Ø Are you someone with strong inclination towards academics?

# Institutes in the US and other institutes of global repute accept GRE scores for admissions into their MS and Doctorate programs.

GRE for MBA:
One Test, Two options

Ø Are you a serious CAT taker or a serious IIM aspirant?

Ø Did you know that Indian School of Business is rated higher than IIMs by many?

Ø Did you know that Indian School of Business takes over 900 students every year primarily through GMAT or GRE scores?

Ø Did you know that students currently in third year and final year do not need any prior work experience to get admissions into many top b schools?

# Many of the top b schools (including Ivy League schools) accept GRE scores as well for admissions into their flagship programs.

GRE scores are needed for both MA and MS programs by most global Universities


1- Foundation Module : At least 20% of the classes go into understanding where each student stands, unlearning the approaches to learning that have always hindered their progress, working on confidence building through learning exercises, and articulating through writing. This is a very important module as it sets you up for the rest of the training.
2- Building Block Module : About 60% of the training time goes into learning and having a deeper understanding of concepts involving critical reasoning, basic grammar and reading.
3- Key Stone Module : About 20% of the training time goes into practicing the concepts we learned and perfecting our understanding of them.
In total, the training program will include 72+ hours of insightful and interesting sessions. We encourage students to follow GRE Official Guide along with Kaplan or Manhattan review to bolster their preparations during this time.
A student will have access to over 1000 questions (online and offline), mock tests and graded writing assessment. We focus on the quality of the content and not quantity and therefore do not over stress on mindless problem solving but instead stress upon problem understanding, logic building and solution finding.
Post that, a student can have unlimited doubt clearing sessions for the enrolled period with prior appointment during working hours.