## GRE Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT)

• The GRE revised General test is a computer adaptive test, but all sections are not adaptive.

• Verbal and quantitative section is has divided in two parts.

• And for the both the section first part will not be computer adaptive but the second part is computer adaptive.

• The second part is depends on how you have attempt fist part, for example if you have answer more questions right then the second part will be little harder than first one, and if you first part is not so much good then the second part will be easier to promote your confidence.

• Don’t worry about that answer of question is hard or easy and do your best. Because if you know the answer then it doesn’t matter that the answer is easy or hard, and you just have to answer a question which presented in front of you.

## GRE Test Fees

Following Fee Structure for the computer-based and paper-based GRE General Test is effective January 3, 2013:

• GRE revised General test fee ◊ $185 • Late registration fee ◊$25

• Standby testing (paper-based exam only) ◊ $50 • Rescheduling fee ◊$50

• Changing your exam center◊ $50 • Scores by phone ◊$12

• Additional score report (ASR) requests; per recipient ◊ $25 • Phone service for additional score reports; per call, plus$15 ASR fee per recipient $6 • Question-and-answer review service; Verbal and Quantitative Sections ◊$50

• Score review for analytical writing measure ◊ $55 • Paper-Based Exams and Hand Scoring ◊$30

• Score Reinstatement Fee ◊ $30 Note: Fees can be change without notice. The amounts are exclusive of any Value Added or similar taxes. Any tax is payable with the amounts quoted. ## GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers • ETS provide limited GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers on a first-come, first-served basis, which will be provided to graduates who match eligibility requirements. • And this Fee Reduction Voucher can be used for one General and/or one Subject Exam. • One person can only eligibility single time for Fee Reduction Program. • And who get the voucher will only have to pay 50% of the full exam fee. • Fee reduction for GRE revised General Exam is$70 and \$65 for a Subject Test.

[If you want to apply for GRE Fee Reduction Voucher communicate with your financial aid office. And if you qualified then financial aid office will issue you a Fee Reduction Voucher and a copy of your ISIR]

## GRE Scoring Process

• In GRE scoring process the row score for each of the two verbal and maths sections is computed

• And the row score will be computed on basis oh how many answers are correct, difficulty level of that question and number of questions which you have attended.

• For example: if two candidates have answered same number of correct answer and their score should be different because it also depends on difficulty level of question which they have answered correctly.

• Same scoring process will be applicable for paper-based exam.

• After that raw score is climbed with final score by a process which is called equating.

• And the final score is adjusted according to difficulty of the questions among exam versions.

• ETS shows that scores on both the GRE revised General Test and GRE paper-based exam are comparable.

• Two readers will read and scored analytical writing section, and both of them will rate critical thinking and writing skills rather than grammar and mechanics.

• Few grammatical errors are allowed but if they found many mistreats in paper then it will effect on marks.

• The two readers will provide a score on a range from zero to six for a paper with one-half point increments.

• And then for final score, scores from both the reader will then be averaged and rounded to the nearest one-half point.

• If the scores form two readers have differs more than 1 point then a third reader will paper.

• And the score report includes all 3 scores.

• The verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning section’s scores are described on a scale of 130-170 with 1-point increments.

• The analytical writing assessment score is reported on a 0-6 scale, with half-point increments.

• And with this score you will also get percentile rank which indicates the percentage of candidates who have scored well or worse than you. For example: a percentile rank of 75% indicates that 75% of all candidates scored as good or worse than you, and that approximately 25% of candidates who took the exam scored better than you.