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The GRE General Test is composed of Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing sections. The GRE is only available as a computer adaptive test (CAT) that adapts to your performance as you take the test.
Helpful GRE Websites
www.gre.org – The official GRE site of the Education Testing Service (ETS). It is the only website where you can register to take the GREs. Once you have registered for the GREs, you can access free testing preparation materials on this site. www.GREguide.com – Download free GRE preparation material by Kaplan, Peterson’s and ETS. Also has a “Best Study Materials” list (books and software) www.soundkeepers.com/GRE/- Free GRE vocabulary builder in flashcard format www.vocabvitamins.com -Free general vocabulary development with grammar reference section www.800score.com/gre - Free sample GRE test and has preparation software available to download www.TestMagic.com/gre - Free GRE practice test www.number2.com - Free GRE test preparation resources www.west.net/~stewart/gre/ - Free GRE test preparation resources www.princetonreview.com - Free practice GRE test (registration required) www.kaptest.com - Free 3 hour practice GRE test (registration required) www.petersons.com/graduate_home.asp - Free practice GRE test (registration required)
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