GRE Coaching Classes, GRE Prep – Mumbai admin 2017-11-16T06:18:59+00:00
India’s premium GRE coaching and preparation institute with India’s first 340 /340
Our GRE Program is designed to help the student crack the test. We follow a unique blended approach to teaching by combining the goodness of classroom-based, instructor-led teaching with the flexibility and personalization of online support and counselor availability for every student.
The staff at KIC guided me at every step. The classroom lectures were very useful and the teachers, experienced. The strategies taught by KIC were simply brilliant and I used those while giving the actual test.
I received specific instructions for different question types and my essays were rated almost instantaneously. Towards the end, I had the opportunity to give 20-30 tests, on the computer as well as in paper format. As a result, I was well prepared for the actual GRE.
I am grateful for the invaluable advice that I received. I attribute my good results to the KIC staff and their guidance. I would certainly recommend KIC to anyone planning to give the GRE for the expert guidance and thorough coaching.
Ashwinee Nene, GRE Score 340/340
GRE test prep in Mumbai with personal attention in small batches
Result Oriented Program, not a time bound approach
Personalized Study Plan for every student (as per test results)
Progress Report Card for every student
Recorded sessions for revision
At the center only
Go at your own pace
EXHAUSTIVE STUDY MATERIAL
Mind Maps (Comprehensive Verbal and Math Concepts)
Inspirus’s own Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning Booklets (Strategies & Question Bank)
Unlimited Access to Library which has the latest GRE® test prep materials
Internal Tests with Analysis (Quant & Verbal)
15 Full Length Practice Tests to simulate the real test experience
Faculty with Specialization in Test Preparation
Personal Counselor to Monitor Student Performance
Classroom Contact with Faculty
Unlimited Doubt Solving Sessions
About the GRE ®
What is the GRE Test (Graduate Record Exam)?
Most students attend graduate schools for pursuing a Master or a PhD degree. GRE or Graduate Record Exam is a pre requisite for admissions and scholarships opportunities to Master and PhD programs at U.S. Universities.
The GRE® test lasts for 3 hours and 45 mins and tests verbal, quantitative and analytical writing abilities. The verbal and quantitative reasoning score will be reported on a 130-170 score scale and the analytical writing is graded on a holistic scale of 6. Test scores are valid for 5 years. Different schools have different GRE score requirements. Your scores better your chances of getting admission into a particular U.S. university.
The GRE® can be attempted once every sixty days and only upto five times in one calendar year. Registration for the GRE® requires a valid passport and can be done on www.ets.org. Registration requires candidate to pay a US $205.00 exam fee.
What’s on the GRE EXAM?
The GRE consists of three sections:
Verbal: The Verbal Reasoning section is similar to the SAT’s equivalent. It contains three types of questions: reading comprehension, text completion and sentence equivalence. Sentence equivalence – is unique to the GRE. It asks you to fill in a blank in a sentence with two separate words, with the aim of creating two sentences that have the same meaning. For that, you’ll need to brush up on synonyms. There are two 30 minute sections with 20 questions in each section. The verbal section measures your ability to analyze and evaluate written material, synthesize information obtained from it, analyze relationships among component parts of sentences and recognize relationships between words and concepts.
Quantitative: The new version of the Quantitative section of the GRE exam consists of two sections with 20 questions each. You will be allotted 35 minutes for each section. So, you will have to attempt a total of 40 questions in 70 minutes. This gives less than one and a half minute for you to solve a question which means that you will have to be fast, accurate and consistently precise throughout the paper. The content areas, usually learned in high school, include arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis, to name a few.
Analytical Writing: There are two 30 minute sections within the Analytical Writing assessment. The two writing tasks include: 1) a 30-minute “Present Your Perspective on an Issue” task that states an opinion on an issue of general interest and asks test takers to address the issue from any perspective they wish, as long as they provide relevant reasons and examples to explain and support their views and 2) a 30-minute “Analyze an Argument” task that requires GRE test takers to critique an argument by discussing how well reasoned they find it. Individuals taking the computer-based test will use a basic word processor developed by ETS which allows basic functions: insert text, delete text, cut-and-paste and undo the previous action. There are in build calculators on the Quantitative Reasoning Section of the GRE
To check where the GRE® is administered in your city, visit the official search page. For further information visit: http://www.ets.org/gre
*Computer Based Test is a regular test that uses a computer interface. The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections are section-level adaptive i.e. the first section of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures consists of various questions, from easy to difficult range. The first section is of average difficulty and then the second section of each of the measures is administered based on a test taker’s overall performance on the first section.
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