GRE Overview

The GRE is the most common entrance exam (in the US) for graduate or business school admission.
There are two main options: GRE revised General Test and GRE Subject Tests (about 7 subjects).

Who should take the GRE revised General Test?

If you're applying for admission to graduate or business school, pursuing a Master's, MBA, specialized master's in business or doctoral degree in the United States it is very likely that you'll be asked to take this exam.

What is the GRE revised General Test about?

There are three test sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Analytical Writing. Learn more about the test content and structure on the official website. 

What are the GRE Subject Tests?

These are achievement tests designed to highlight your knowledge in a particular area. There are 7 GRE Subject Tests: Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology. Learn more about GRE Subject Tests on the official website.  

Why do people take GRE Subject Tests?*

GRE Subject Test scores can be considered along with your undergraduate records during graduate school admissions. They also demonstrate your specific level of knowledge in your undergraduate studies. 

Are you a English language student who needs to take the GRE?

I can help you prepare by covering the strategies needed for the Analytical Writing section as well as ensuring you are familiar with the Verbal Reasoning vocabulary and exam structure. Set up a meeting and we can create a study plan the GRE.

*Always contact the institution to which you are applying to verify which exam you should take.