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Does your graduate department require or recommend that graduate applicants takethe Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular BiologySubject Test offered by the Graduate RecordExaminations
This Subject Test can be very useful in distinguishing among candidateswhose credentials are otherwise similar. The test measures undergraduateachievement and provides a common yardstick for comparing the qualifica-tions of students from a variety of colleges and universities with differentstandards. Consider these factors:
A combination of a GRE Subject Test score, GRE General Test scores, andundergraduate grade point average increases your ability to predict first-yearsuccess in graduate school.
Content that reflects today’s curricula
The test contains about 180 multiple-choice questions covering 21 topicsrepresenting three major areas: biochemistry, cell biology, and molecularbiology and genetics. Along with the total score, you receive a subscore ineach of these areas to aid in guidance and placement. A detailed list of testcontent areas can be found on the back of this sheet. Many questions requireproblem-solving skills and analysis based on descriptions of laboratorysituations, diagrams, or experimental results. Additional information aboutthe test and a full-length practice test are provided FREE with test registrationand can be downloaded from the GRE Web site at
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The content and scope of each edition of the test is specified and reviewedby a distinguished team of undergraduate and graduate faculty representingcolleges and universities across the country.
The GRE Biochemistry,Cell and Molecular Biology Test
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