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                                       GRE Verbal New Pattern vs Current

  New GRE 2011 Current GRE Pattern
Scores Range 130  —170 200  — 800
Types of Questions
  • Text completion Questions
  • Sentence Equivalence Questions
  • Reading Comprehension Questions.
  • NO Antonyms
  • NO Analogies
  • Analogies
  • Antonyms
  • Sentence Completions
  • Reading Comprehension
Score Increments 1 Point increments 10 point increments
Sections 2 Sections 1 section
Question per section Approximately 20 Exactly 30
Time Allocated 30 Minute Per section, total will be 60 Minutes 30 Minutes

                        GRE Quantitative Section New Pattern vs Current

  New GRE Pattern 2011 Current/Old GRE Pattern
Scores Range 130  —170 200  — 800
Types of Questions
  • Multiple Choice questions
    - Select One answer Choice
    -Select One or more answer choices
  • Numeric Entry questions
  • Quantitative comparison Questions
  • Quantitative Comparison
  • Problem Solving
  • Data Interpretation
Score Increments 1 Point increments 10 point increments
Sections 2 Sections 1 section
Question per section Approximately 20 Exactly 28
Time Allocated 35 Minute Per section, total will be 70  Minutes 45 Minutes

              GRE Analytical Writing Section New Pattern vs Current

  New GRE Pattern 2011 Current/Old GRE Pattern
Scores Range 0—6 0—6
Types of Questions 2 Questions 2 Questions
Score Increments 0.5 0.5
Sections One Section No Section Concept
Question 2 Questions or Tasks

- One Analyze and issue task

-One Analyze an Argument Task

2 Questions or Tasks

-One Issue task – Choose from two

-1 Argument task- No choice.

Time Allocated
  • 30 Minutes per task
  • Total 60 minutes for two tasks or questions
  • 45 minutes for Issue task
  • 30 minutes for Argument task
  • An unidentified unscored section is same in both current and the new GRE pattern. This section may be included or may not be, it depends…if included, it will not counted towards part of your score
  • An identified Research section is also the same case, it will be at the end of the test in both new and old/current GRE.

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