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Aparna 28 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How is the Analytical Writing section scored?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

Computer-delivered Test:

For the computer-delivered test, each essay receives a score from at least one trained reader, using a six-point holistic scale. In holistic scoring, readers are trained to assign scores on the basis of the overall quality of an essay in response to the assigned task. The essay score is then scored by e-rater , a computerized program developed...  more»
Computer-delivered Test:

For the computer-delivered test, each essay receives a score from at least one trained reader, using a six-point holistic scale. In holistic scoring, readers are trained to assign scores on the basis of the overall quality of an essay in response to the assigned task. The essay score is then scored by e-rater®, a computerized program developed by ETS that is capable of identifying essay features related to writing proficiency. If the human and e-rater scores closely agree, the average of the two scores is used as the final score. If they disagree, a second human score is obtained, and the final score is the average of the two human scores.

The final scores on the two essays are then averaged and rounded to the nearest half-point interval on the 0–6 score scale. A single score is reported for the Analytical Writing measure. The primary emphasis in scoring the Analytical Writing section is on your critical thinking and analytical writing skills rather than on grammar and mechanics.

Paper-delivered Test:

For the paper-delivered test each essay receives a score from two trained readers using a six-point holistic scale. In holistic scoring, readers are trained to assign scores on the basis of the overall quality of an essay in response to the assigned task. If the two scores differ by more than one point on the scale, the discrepancy is adjudicated by a third GRE reader. Otherwise, the two scores on each essay are averaged.

The final scores on the two essays are then averaged and rounded to the nearest half-point interval on the 0–6 score scale. A single score is reported for the Analytical Writing measure. The primary emphasis in scoring the Analytical Writing section is on critical thinking and analytical writing skills rather than on grammar and mechanics. «less

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Shashank replied | 29 Apr

Hi Aparna,
Analytical Writing is scored from 0-6, and the scores will be assigned in the multiples of .5 (3.5,4,...5.5,6).
First, a human grader will check the essays (One issue and one argument). After that , a software program called E-rater will monitor the scores assigned by the human grader.

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Sammeyka 28 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What scores are reported?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 29 Apr

Three scores are reported on the GRE revised General Test:

A Verbal Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
A Quantitative Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
An Analytical Writing score is reported on a 0–6 score level, in half-point increments.

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Prantosh 27 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How long is the test?

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The Chopras replied | 27 Apr

GRE is for 3.5 hours duration which also includes 10 mins break...

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

The total testing time for the computer-delivered test is around three hours and 45 minutes, plus short breaks.

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Shubham 27 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Can I use a calculator on the test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

The computer-delivered GRE revised General Test includes an on-screen calculator for use in the Quantitative Reasoning section to reduce the emphasis on computation and to focus more attention on reasoning skills. The calculator has four functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and a square root.

For paper-delivered tests, calculators are provided...  more»
The computer-delivered GRE revised General Test includes an on-screen calculator for use in the Quantitative Reasoning section to reduce the emphasis on computation and to focus more attention on reasoning skills. The calculator has four functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and a square root.

For paper-delivered tests, calculators are provided at the test center for use during the test. You may not bring your own calculator. «less

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Vivek replied | 12 May

Yes. You can use calculator. But you cannot carry your own calculator. The software on which the test will run has a calculator that you can use. It can do all simple mathematical operations and with the click of button, it directly inputs the result in the answer box.

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J.k.kavyadharshini 27 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

For multiple answer questions, if I get any of the answers correct, do I receive partial credit?

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Shashank replied | 28 Apr

Hello J.k.kavyadharshini, In GRE, you will never receive any partial credit for any of the questions that will get appear in Verbal or Quant sections.

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

For the questions with multiple answers, all of the selections made must be correct in order to receive credit for answering the question correctly.

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Pradeesh 27 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What word processing software is used for the Analytical Writing section of the computer-delivered test? What tools does it have?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

The GRE Program uses an elementary word processor developed by ETS so that individuals familiar or unfamiliar with specific commercial word processing software do not have an advantage or disadvantage. The ETS software contains the following functions:

inserting text
deleting text
cutting and pasting
undoing the previous action
Tools such as spell-checkers...  more»
The GRE Program uses an elementary word processor developed by ETS so that individuals familiar or unfamiliar with specific commercial word processing software do not have an advantage or disadvantage. The ETS software contains the following functions:

inserting text
deleting text
cutting and pasting
undoing the previous action
Tools such as spell-checkers and grammar-checkers are not available in the ETS software, in large part to maintain fairness with regard to those examinees who handwrite their essays at paper-delivered administrations. «less

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Raj 27 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How is the test administered?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

The computer-delivered test is offered year round at Prometric test centers, and also offered on specific dates at additional testing locations outside of the Prometric test center network.

In areas of the world where the computer-delivered test is not available, a paper-delivered test is administered up to three times per year (October 17, 2015, November 7, 2015, and...  more»
The computer-delivered test is offered year round at Prometric® test centers, and also offered on specific dates at additional testing locations outside of the Prometric test center network.

In areas of the world where the computer-delivered test is not available, a paper-delivered test is administered up to three times per year (October 17, 2015, November 7, 2015, and February 6, 2016). «less

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Shatayu replied | 06 Jul

Dear,

Just click on the below link and get the information about centers and timings.

http://www.http://greymeter.com/forum/how-can-i-see-where-and-when-the-test-is-offered-in-my-region-2

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Sonali Tare replied | 12 Jul

Check out the following link..
http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/register/centers_dates/
Click on view test centres test dates and seat availability.. then select ua country, city

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Kishore 26 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How often can I retake the test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

You can take the test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies even if you canceled your scores on a test taken previously. You may take the paper-delivered test as often as it is offered.

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Manjul replied | 29 Apr

You may take the GRE revised General Test (computer-delivered and paper-delivered) once every 21 days, and up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period. This applies even if you cancelled your scores on a test taken previously.

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Sainath 26 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What if I need to change the date or location of my test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 26 Apr

Hi,
If you have registered to take the GRE revised General Test, you must change or cancel your test registration no later than four days before your test date or your test fee will be forfeited. For example, the deadline to cancel a Saturday appointment is Tuesday. For test takers in Mainland China, you must change or cancel your test registration no later than 10 days before...  more»
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If you have registered to take the GRE revised General Test, you must change or cancel your test registration no later than four days before your test date or your test fee will be forfeited. For example, the deadline to cancel a Saturday appointment is Tuesday. For test takers in Mainland China, you must change or cancel your test registration no later than 10 days before your test date. You may change your paper-delivered test registration within the same testing year (July 1–June 30).

If you reschedule your test date, you will be charged a rescheduling fee of US$50. If you cancel your test within the time period indicated above, you will receive a refund equivalent to half of your original test fee. For test takers in Mainland China, follow the instructions on the NEEA website for requesting a partial refund.

If you have registered to take the paper-delivered GRE revised General Test, you may change your test registration within the same testing year (July 1–June 30).

To change the location of your computer-delivered GRE revised General Test from one test center network to another (for example, from a Prometric® test center to a location outside of the Prometric test center network), contact GRE services. «less

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Paromita 26 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What if I require testing accommodations?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 28 Apr

ETS is committed to serving test takers with disabilities and health-related needs by providing services and reasonable accommodations that are appropriate given the purpose of the test. Testing accommodations are available for test takers who meet ETS requirements. Look out for the requirements on their website.

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Rukhsar 26 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How can I prepare for the test?

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T replied | 26 Apr

join in a good institute which can help you to crack GRE test easily,you also need to put more effort

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 29 Apr

You have to attend coaching classes.We provide you help for the same.

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Jagabandhu 25 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What level of math content is included in the test?

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Study replied | 25 Apr

Hello Jagabandhu,
GRE Maths section is a 10th level, Epitome : Substitution Method, Geometry, Probability, Data Interpretation etc.

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Ankit replied | 26 Apr

Maths till class 10th is included in GRE and GMAT

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Subhasish 25 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How does the computer-delivered test work?

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Iec replied | 25 Apr

Computer based test work in a very similar manner as the IBT, but here you have to read the question on the computer screen and have to answer there itself.

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Hi,
The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections are section-level adaptive, meaning that the first section of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures spans a range of difficulty levels, from easy to difficult. The first section is assembled such that, overall, the first section is of average difficulty. The difficulty level of the second section...  more»
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The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections are section-level adaptive, meaning that the first section of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures spans a range of difficulty levels, from easy to difficult. The first section is assembled such that, overall, the first section is of average difficulty. The difficulty level of the second section of each of the measures depends on your performance on the first section.
For example, if for the Quantitative Reasoning measure you do very well on the first section, the second section of the Quantitative Reasoning measure will be at a higher level of difficulty. The scoring for the Quantitative Reasoning measure takes into consideration the total number of questions answered correctly across the two sections, as well as the difficulty level of the section (similar process for the Verbal Reasoning measure). «less

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Ravi 25 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How does the Analytical Writing section differ from the Writing section of the TOEFL iBT® Test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Hi,
The TOEFL iBT Writing Section and GRE Analytical Writing measures are intended to measure different sets of skills. The TOEFL iBT Writing section contains two writing tasks: an independent task asks test takers to support an opinion in writing, and an integrated task that asks test takers to write responses that integrate and organize information from a reading passage...  more»
Hi,
The TOEFL iBT Writing Section and GRE Analytical Writing measures are intended to measure different sets of skills. The TOEFL iBT Writing section contains two writing tasks: an independent task asks test takers to support an opinion in writing, and an integrated task that asks test takers to write responses that integrate and organize information from a reading passage and a lecture. These writing tasks are not designed to measure higher levels of critical thinking and analytical writing, but center instead on candidates' composition skills and command of English vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and syntax with some analysis and synthesis of material. Therefore, scores on the two tests are not comparable.

Because the TOEFL® test emphasizes fundamental writing and comprehension skills, the TOEFL score can supplement an Analytical Writing score by helping faculty determine whether a low score on the GRE Analytical Writing measure is due to lack of familiarity with English or lack of ability to produce and analyze logical arguments. «less

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Shashank replied | 28 Apr

Hi Ravi, In GRE, you will attempt two tasks of 30 minutes each ( one issue-based task- akin to conventional essay and resembling the independent task in TOEFL writing module; along with one argument task wherein, in general, the primary focus is to find out and write about the logical flaws in the argument provided.

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Neha 25 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How do I register for the computer-delivered test?

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Musab replied | 25 Apr

Online via ETS website.

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Keshab 25 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How do I register for the paper-delivered test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 26 Apr

Paper-delivered administrations are offered only in areas of the world where computer-delivered testing is not available. You can register for the paper-delivered GRE revised General Test online or by mail.

Online Registration
-You need to create or have a My GRE Account to register online.
-Payment methods include: credit/debit card (American Express , Discover...  more»
Paper-delivered administrations are offered only in areas of the world where computer-delivered testing is not available. You can register for the paper-delivered GRE revised General Test online or by mail.

Online Registration
-You need to create or have a My GRE Account to register online.
-Payment methods include: credit/debit card (American Express®, Discover®, JCB®, MasterCard® or VISA®), E-Check (drawn against U.S. bank accounts only), PayPal Information and voucher numbers.
-Note that ETS reserves the right to add or delete payment options at its own discretion and without notice.
-Online registration is not available for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs. Please see Disability Accommodations.

Mail Registration
-Use an American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA credit/debit card, money order, certified check or a voucher number. Note: American Express, Discover, JCB and MasterCard are NOT accepted for testing in Nigeria; only VISA is accepted. ETS reserves the right to add or delete payment options at its own discretion and without notice.
-Download and complete the Registration Form for the Paper-delivered GRE® revised General Test (PDF) and mail it with payment to the address printed on the form. The form must be received at ETS by the registration deadline. Allow four weeks for processing. Registration forms cannot be faxed. «less

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Sirish 24 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Do business schools have a test preference?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Hi,
Business schools accept both GRE & GMAT but their main preference is GMAT.

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Ankit replied | 26 Apr

Yes.. you can check the details about it in the school site. Some prefer GMAT, some prefer GRE and some take both the scores

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Shubhangi 24 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

How can business schools compare applicants who have submitted GRE scores with applicants who have submitted GMAT® scores?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Hi,
ETS has developed the GRE Comparison Tool to allow business schools to place GRE scores in the context of GMAT scores. Business schools input GRE Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores into the GRE Comparison Tool and the Tool provides estimated GMAT scores.* An enhanced version of the tool was introduced in July 2013. You can access the GRE Comparison Tool...  more»
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ETS has developed the GRE Comparison Tool to allow business schools to place GRE scores in the context of GMAT® scores. Business schools input GRE Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores into the GRE Comparison Tool and the Tool provides estimated GMAT scores.* An enhanced version of the tool was introduced in July 2013. You can access the GRE Comparison Tool to learn more about it on the main ETS website.

*The predicted GMAT scores based on an applicant's GRE scores may not be perfectly equivalent to an applicant’s actual performance on the GMAT exam due to the measurement error inherent in both tests. For this reason, a predicted score range is reported around each predicted GMAT score. «less

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Ankit replied | 26 Apr

This will differ from school to school. Every school will have a different conversion scale for both of these. Ideally they will have cut off marks for both the exams and if you cross the marks then it depends on your profile and applications too

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Rajinder 24 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Are there other sources information about the test?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Hi,
You can sign up for free alerts and reminders about registration, test preparation and more at the 'takethegre.com' website.

You can visit the official GRE revised General Test page on Facebook . There you can share advice and cheer on other prospective test takers.

The GRE program participates in student fairs in select locations. These fairs provide...  more»
Hi,
You can sign up for free alerts and reminders about registration, test preparation and more at the 'takethegre.com' website.

You can visit the official GRE revised General Test page on Facebook®. There you can share advice and cheer on other prospective test takers.

The GRE program participates in student fairs in select locations. These fairs provide an opportunity to talk directly with a representative. Check their schedule for upcoming events.

You can also register for one of their FREE webinars to learn more about the test and test preparation tools and chat with a representative. Its available in multiple languages and time zones! «less

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Sandeep 24 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Does ETS offer any services to help match students with graduate and business schools?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

Yes. You can add your unique profile to the GRE Search Service database for free.
Graduate and business school recruiters around the world use this database to find prospective students like you. If you match their recruitment profile, you could receive information about their programs, admissions requirements, scholarships and fellowships.
It's easy to sign up when...  more»
Yes. You can add your unique profile to the GRE® Search Service database for free.
Graduate and business school recruiters around the world use this database to find prospective students like you. If you match their recruitment profile, you could receive information about their programs, admissions requirements, scholarships and fellowships.
It's easy to sign up when you create your My GRE Account. «less

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Ankit replied | 26 Apr

Its always better to hire a personal tutor if you are not in touch with maths from a really long time

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Mohd Rayyan 24 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

What skills does the test measure?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 25 Apr

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The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse, understand multiple levels of meaning, select important points and understand the meanings of sentences and entire texts.
The Quantitative Reasoning section measures your ability to interpret and analyze quantitative information and use mathematical skills such as arithmetic,...  more»
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The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse, understand multiple levels of meaning, select important points and understand the meanings of sentences and entire texts.
The Quantitative Reasoning section measures your ability to interpret and analyze quantitative information and use mathematical skills such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics to solve problems.
The Analytical Writing section measures your ability to sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion, articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively, support your ideas with relevant examples and examine claims and accompanying evidence. «less

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Sweta 23 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

When do I consider myself ready to take the GRE?

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 24 Apr

Once you take the coaching classes you will be ready.Contact us formore info for coaching classes

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Gurpreet 23 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Where can I get more information about the GRE?

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Vikas Bhatnagar replied | 06 Jun

visit Insight Education Center raja park they will guide you properly infact there many colleges that dont want GRE for Masters program

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Aditya 23 Apr in  GRE Coaching Classes

Which graduate and business school institutions accept GRE scores?

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Vikas Bhatnagar replied | 06 Jun

Depends on country but in general many institute world wide accept gre for master course especially USA

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