The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test that is a scholarship requirement for many graduate schools in English-speaking nations and English-taught graduate and business schools across the globe. Designed to evaluate your cognitive skills considered necessary for higher education, it consists of 4 parts: Analytic writing, Verbal reasoning, Quantitative reasoning, and Critical thinking. Created and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS) in 1936, GRE offers Computer-based or Paper-based standardized tests. The GRE computer-based exams are managed only by chosen qualified testing centers, whereas paper-based exams are offered only in areas of the world where computer-based testing is not available.
The computer-based GRE revised General Test is available in Nepal that costs $190. For the computer-based GRE revised General Test, the overall testing time is about three hours and 45 minutes.
The GRE test consists of three parts:
To appear for GRE General Test 2021, candidates first have to create; “My GRE Account.” Candidates can apply for the GRE 2021 as well as check their scores in My GRE Account. There are three ways to register for the GRE 2021 general test; Online, Phone, and Mail registration. Candidates can opt for either Online or Mail registration in the case of the GRE 2021 subject test.
Here are mainly five steps that candidates should follow to register for GRE 2021:
|Special Handling Requests||Fees|
|Late registration fee (paper-based test online registration only)||$25|
|Standby testing (paper-based test only)||$50|
|Changing your test center||$50|