The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a 3 hour and 45 minutes, multiple-choice, multi-stage test required by most graduate schools. The GRE is conducted by Educational Testing Service (ETS) and oversees GRE tests, services and research and establishes all policies for the GRE Program.
Schools differ in how they use your GRE score. Some consider it very important, while others view it as a formality. We recommend asking your prospective programs — most will be quite willing to tell you what part the test plays in their admissions decisions.
Students registering for GRE test preparation with SFS will benefit from the ability to:
SFS uses the most consistent and frequently tested content encouraging its students to fully familiarize themselves with the GRE and to organize their time in an effective and productive manner to accomplish the best scores.
Comprehending that standardized tests rely on more than just the content, SFS invariably updates and customizes its study and reference material, along with practice test papers, to guarantee that it is addressing students' distinct areas of concern. A personalized report which recognizes areas of weaknesses and strengths is created to help the student distinguish his or her testing patterns and work in a focused manner. Also, all answer explanations are detailed and provide alternative approaches to answer a question. SFS result-oriented strategies enable students to increase both speed and efficiency.
SFS’s compilation of practice tests, other than essential content and timed drills, follow the same structure of the actual GRE. The pragmatic practice and comprehensive training, as well as test day tips and exam strategies administered by expert instructors, enhance students' confidence in preparation for the actual test.