The Graduate Record Examination (known as GRE) is a crucial test designed for students who desire to study abroad for post-graduation or for PhD. programmes. The GRE has been developed as a precise indicator of general aptitude and language skills. Education Testing Service (ETS) conducts this exam and makes it a significant criterion for getting admission in any foreign university.
Any candidate can appear for GRE irrespective of age or qualification. Generally, it is advised to give the exam during or after under - graduation as it is valid for postgraduate courses. This section evaluates candidate’s ability to analyze relationships among words, sentences and concepts. It also assesses how the student understands the written material and synthesizes information obtained from it. There are two tasks in this section which consists of 20 questions each. Verbal reasoning questions come in the format of text completion, sentence equivalence and reading comprehension.