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How does the computer-adpative GRE work?

The computer-adaptive exam is the most common version of the exam and is the only option available in most of the more than 150 countries where it is offered. The exam is administered via computer and offered continuously throughout the year at testing centers around the world. The computer-adaptive exam requires you to input your answers into a computer and to type your Analytical Reasoning essay using a basic word processor. The exam has adaptive scoring based on your performance on the first sections of Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning.

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What's on the GRE?

The GRE is comprised of three core assessment areas: • Analytical Writing • Verbal Reasoning • Quantitative Reasoning These areas are designed to measure your aptitude for critical reasoning and quantitative analysis, and to assess your ability to write coherent, well-supported arguments based on provided evidence and instructions.

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Do I get penalized for wrong answers? Good news! There is no penalty for guessing on the GRE. You will not be penalized for incorrect answers; your raw and scaled scores are solely based on the number of correct responses you submit. However, even though there is no penalty for guessing, you should do your best to make an educated guess. This is especially true in the first Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections, given the adaptive nature of the exam. Try to eliminate 2−3 incorrect answer choices if possible before making a guess.

How is the GRE scored?

The score range for the Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning sections is 130−170 points, in one-point increments. The score range for the Analytical Writing is 0.0−6.0, in half-point increments. Your official score report will reflect three separate scores.

What are unscored experimental sections?

Your exam may also include one or two unscored sections. The unscored sections can either be an unidentified experimental section, an identified research section, or in rare instances, both. The unscored experimental section can occur at any point after the Analytical Writing section, and will be either a Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning section. The unscored research section will always be identified as such and will always occur last. Both these sections are used by ETS to assess the current test methods and to try out new question types and material.

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