GRE Preparation

Time

Approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes

Design

Ability to change answers

Ability to mark answers and come back

Ability to use a calculator

Scoring

Scores range from 130-170 in 1-point increments

Verbal

Revised Verbal Reasoning Details:

Reading Comprehension

Text Completion

Sentence Equivalence

Quantitative

Revised Quantitative Reasoning Details:

Multiple-choice questions- one answer

Multiple-choice questions- one or more answers

Numeric Entry Questions

Quantitative Comparison Questions

Writing

Revised Analytical Writing Details:

One Issue Essay

One Argument Essay

GRE PREP
GRE Prep

WHY GRE PREP?

Looking to take your education to the next level with the GRE? You should consider GRE tutoring! The ability to take practice exams alone is worth it. But the feedback you’ll receive from our team of experts will be even more beneficial. Private tutoring is a great way to feel prepared and improve your score.

  • Familiarize Yourself

    Becoming familiar with the test and the format is half of the mental battle. If you walk into the test knowing what to expect, you’ll alleviate some of your anxiety and therefore increase your odds of scoring higher.

  • Practice Makes Perfect

    Whether you’re looking for perfection or not, practice is proven to improve your test scores. And with us, not only are you practicing, but you’re also receiving feedback and instruction on how to improve. You can’t beat that!

  • One-on-One Tutoring

    Individual instruction is the best way to ensure that you’re gleaning the most from your time with us as possible. There’s a lot of test to cover and practice exams to take. We’ll be with you every step of the way seeking to improve your scores!

HOW THE TEST IS SCORED

Three scores are reported on the GRE revised General Test:

1. Verbal Reasoning score reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments
2. Quantitative Reasoning score reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments
3. Analytical Writing score reported on a 0–6 score scale, in half-point increments
4. Any section in which you answer no questions at all will be reported as a No Score (NS).