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Aparna 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

The torque on a rectangular coil of wire in a magnetic field is ……………………

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Shenbagavalli 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

The deflection per unit current is called ……………………… sensitivity of a galvanometer.

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Nayan 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

The current sensitivity is given by ( ? / I ) = ……………………….

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Pradeep 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

To convert a galvanometer in to an ammeter, a ……… resistance is connected in parallel with the galvanometer.

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Lokayya 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

To convert a galvanometer in to a voltmeter, a ………… resistance is connected in series with the galvanometer.

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Pankaj 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Bohr magneton value is ……………………… Am2 .

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Praveen 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

A current of 0.2 A flows through a circular loop of area 10 cm2 . The magnetic dipole moment is ……… Am2

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Tushar 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

In TG, a current of 1A produces a deflection of 300 . The current that produces a deflection of 600 is ………… A

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Meghana 01/06/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

The resistance of the tungsten wire of a 100W,220V bulb is ……………………… ohm.

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Sreedevi 01/05/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

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Vivek replied | 08/05/2016

It mostly depends on where your current skill levels are with respect to Quant and Verbal. If you are looking for just a brush up of skills, like a revision sort of, then online GRE coaching does the trick. It is often cheaper to opt for online classes. However if you need some serious improvements, go for classroom mode, preferably one-on-one sessions.

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Suresh replied | 27/05/2016

I would consider that coaching for standardized tests like GRE can be offline of online depending upon the time you have for the preparation, availability of good trainer. These kind of tests require you to understand appropriate strategies to answers questions correctly rather than learning the concepts. So, online coaching can be equally effective compared to offline.

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Abraham 01/05/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

What are the qualifications needed for a GRE trainer?

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Iec replied | 03/05/2016

Actuly, if you will to be a GRE trainer then more than any qualifications the in-depth knowledge is the foremost requirement. If you the basic knowledge the subject matter you can start teaching on your own. If you prove yourself within a short span of time, you can catch a massive audience.
Wish you all the best!

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Klmn replied | 25/05/2016

GRE Certification

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Hariprasad 01/05/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Can you give me some GRE preparation tips?

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Sekhar replied | 03/05/2016

See Barron's book and keplon book so that u can get tips and also in depth knowledge

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Suresh replied | 27/05/2016

Hari Prasad, Can you elaborate your question as which kind of tips you are looking for? I'm unsure of your concern. Is it regarding Subject wise tips or Time management tips or General tips?

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Kirthi 30/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

How long are GRE scores valid?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 05/05/2016

GRE scores are valid for five years after the testing year in which you tested.

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Vivek replied | 12/05/2016

GRE scores remain valid for a period of 5 years from the date you give the exam. TOEFL scores remain valid for 2 years.

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Dileep 30/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

I received an 800 on the Quantitative Reasoning section of the prior GRE General Test, but an 800 only concords to a 166 on the current Quantitative Reasoning score scale. Why is that?

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Sougata replied | 12/05/2016

As you must already know, the number of questions you get right on the Q/V section determines your raw score in that section. But then this raw score is then converted to a scaled score through a process called "equating". Equating takes into account things like how difficult the section was compared to GRE tests administered on other dates. Thus, after equating, a score of 800...  more»
As you must already know, the number of questions you get right on the Q/V section determines your raw score in that section. But then this raw score is then converted to a scaled score through a process called "equating". Equating takes into account things like how difficult the section was compared to GRE tests administered on other dates. Thus, after equating, a score of 800 on any test date should indicate the same level of proficiency. Now, when the GRE format was changed in 2011, ETS made the Math section slightly harder. Someone scoring 800 on the old format can be expected to score a 166 on the new format because they would get the same percentile scores. Of course, anyone capable of scoring more than 166 on the new format would also have scored 800 on the old format, but there's no way to tell which 800-scoring student would score how much higher than 166. So, there you go. «less

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 24/05/2016

One of the benefits of changing to the current 130--170 score scale was to get better use of the entire score scale range. For example, with the prior 200--800 score scale, test takers who scored 800 on the Quantitative Reasoning measure were bunched at the top of the scale with a percentile rank of 94. With the current 130--170 score scale, high ability candidates will be spread...  more»
One of the benefits of changing to the current 130–170 score scale was to get better use of the entire score scale range. For example, with the prior 200–800 score scale, test takers who scored 800 on the Quantitative Reasoning measure were bunched at the top of the scale with a percentile rank of 94. With the current 130–170 score scale, high ability candidates will be spread across multiple points at the upper end for more differentiation. So, a 166 on the current score scale represents a percentile rank of 94, but we can now distinguish candidates' performance at score points above a percentile rank of 94.

We are advising institutions that they should use broader criteria when evaluating applicants during this transition period. For applicants who received Quantitative Reasoning scores of 800 on the prior GRE General Test, in particular, we are recommending that institutions use special care in evaluating those applicants because they earned the highest score possible on that measure of the prior test.

Keep in mind that concorded scores are estimates and are not necessarily the scores test takers would receive if they were to take the GRE revised General Test. Any individual who took the prior GRE General Test who wishes to have his or her actual scores reported on the current 130–170 scale may choose to take the GRE revised General Test at any time. «less

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Kavitha 30/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

The concordance tables do not include all of the scores on the current 130–170 score scales. Why?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 05/05/2016

Hi,
The concordance tables provide information about the scores on the prior 200–800 score scales, the current 130–170 score scales and the corresponding percentile ranks. Only those scores on the current scales that have a corresponding score on the prior scale are included in the tables.

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Khushwunder 30/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

How do I order additional score reports?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 05/05/2016

Hello,
There are three easy ways to order ASRs: online, by mail or by fax.
For detailed information check the ETS website for ASRs.

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Mohd 30/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Can you name some good GRE coaching institutes in Bangalore?

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Yashwanth replied | 03/05/2016

Conduira and TIME

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Murari Kumar replied | 03/07/2016

cl is better one

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Snehal 29/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Can write GRE without any coaching classes?

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Sekhar replied | 03/05/2016

If u have knowledge on exam pattern and concepts

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Suresh replied | 27/05/2016

GRE can be attempted with or without coaching. Test is designed in such that any one can fairly get fair score however to get good score and admission into good University, you need to get High score. Coaching will enhance your skills to take GRE confidently and you will have fair chances to get High Score.

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Nishit 29/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

How do I send my scores to an institution?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 29/04/2016

Your test fee entitles you to request that scores be sent to as many as four graduate institutions or fellowship sponsors at no additional cost.

For the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, you will be asked to designate your score recipients at the test center or you can choose not to report your scores at that time.
For the paper-delivered GRE revised General...  more»
Your test fee entitles you to request that scores be sent to as many as four graduate institutions or fellowship sponsors at no additional cost.

For the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, you will be asked to designate your score recipients at the test center or you can choose not to report your scores at that time.
For the paper-delivered GRE revised General Test, you will be asked to designate your score recipients during registration or on your admission ticket correction stub, or you can choose not to report your scores at that time.
With the ScoreSelect option, you can decide which test scores to send to the institutions you designate, so you can send the scores you feel show your personal best.

You can also send score reports to institutions after test day for a fee. «less

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Pranav 29/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

When will my official scores be reported after testing?

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Vivek replied | 12/05/2016

The score for Quant and Verbal section become available immediately. And unless something went wrong, they are the final scores for two sections. For evaluating the AWA section, ETS takes time. But typically the official scores for all 3 section become available in your ETS GRE account within 15 days. They send you a mail once the scores are ready.

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 24/05/2016

If you take the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, your official scores will be available in your My GRE account and sent to the institutions you designated approximately 10--15 days after your test date.

If you take the paper-delivered test, your official scores will be available in your My GRE account and sent to the institutions you designated within six...  more»
If you take the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, your official scores will be available in your My GRE account and sent to the institutions you designated approximately 10–15 days after your test date.

If you take the paper-delivered test, your official scores will be available in your My GRE account and sent to the institutions you designated within six weeks after your test date. «less

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Kevin 29/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Can I view my scores online?

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Mentors Edu replied | 23/05/2016

Yes...Login to ur account and view the score which you have recently wrote.

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 24/05/2016

Yes. Once your official scores are reported, you will receive an email from ETS indicating you can view your scores online free of charge through your My GRE Account.

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Lamaan 29/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

How can I get an official Examinee Score Report?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 24/05/2016

If you wish to have a paper copy of your official Examinee Score Report, you may use the print functionality in your My GRE Account to print a copy of your official score report.

If you would like ETS to send you a copy of your official Examinee Score Report, submit an Additional Score Report Request form (PDF) and US$27 fee to receive a copy.

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Iqbal 28/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

Will I see my scores at the test centre when I take the computer-delivered test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 29/04/2016

After completing the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, you will be given the opportunity to Report or Cancel your scores. If you choose Report Scores, you will see your unofficial scores for the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures at the test center. Because of the Analytical Writing essay scoring process, you will not be able to view your Analytical...  more»
After completing the computer-delivered GRE revised General Test, you will be given the opportunity to Report or Cancel your scores. If you choose Report Scores, you will see your unofficial scores for the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures at the test center. Because of the Analytical Writing essay scoring process, you will not be able to view your Analytical Writing score at the testing center.

Although you have the option to cancel your scores, consider very carefully before doing so because the score reporting choices available with the ScoreSelect® option allow you to report only the scores you feel reflect your personal best. If you cancel your scores, neither you nor any schools will ever see them and they will not be part of your reportable history. If you select to report your scores, you will view your unofficial scores on the screen and the score will become a part of your reportable history.

Your official scores will be available in your My GRE Account and sent to your score recipients approximately 10–15 days after your test date. «less

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Sougata replied | 12/05/2016

You'll see the scores for the Verbal and Quantitative sections but not the Analytical Writing section. On rare occasions, the scores seen on test day may change.

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Deepa 28/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

What if I observe irregular behaviour at the testing site?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28/04/2016

Please contact ETS as soon as possible to report any observed irregular behavior that may lead to an invalid score — for example, someone copying from another test taker, taking a test for someone else, having access to test questions or answers before the test or using notes or unauthorized aids. All information is held in strictest confidence.

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Aditya 28/04/2016 in  GRE Coaching classes

How are the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections scored?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28/04/2016

Computer-delivered Test:

The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures are section-level adaptive. This means the computer selects the second section of a measure based on the performance on the first section. Within each section, all questions contribute equally to the final score. For each of the two measures, a raw score is computed. The raw score is the...  more»
Computer-delivered Test:

The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures are section-level adaptive. This means the computer selects the second section of a measure based on the performance on the first section. Within each section, all questions contribute equally to the final score. For each of the two measures, a raw score is computed. The raw score is the number of questions answered correctly.

The raw score is converted to a scaled score through a process known as equating. The equating process accounts for minor variations in difficulty among the different test editions as well as differences in difficulty among individuals' tests introduced by the section-level adaptation. Thus a given scaled score of a particular measure reflects the same level of performance regardless of which section was selected and when the test was taken.

Paper-delivered Test:

Scoring of the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the paper-delivered General Test is a two-step process:

First, a raw score is computed. The raw score is the number of questions the test taker answered correctly.
The raw score is then converted to a scaled score through a process known as equating. Equating accounts for differences in difficulty among the different test editions. Thus, a given scaled score for a particular measure reflects the same level of ability regardless of the edition of the test that was taken. «less

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Shashank replied | 29/04/2016

Hi Aditya,
The Scoring range for both Verbal reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning is 130-170, providing a minimum score of 260 and maximum of 340. There will be 40 questions each for these sections. The final scores will be scaled (up or down ) depending upon the level of difficulty, and final scores are arrived at.

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