GRE test breaks down into 3 portions which are as follows: In the writing portion you'll write an essay showing your ability to grasp and communicate complex ideas in a logical, well written, and clear manner, and present solid arguments to back them up. The verbal reasoning portion will test your skills at reading comprehension and interpretation, and to recognize relationships between words and ideas. The quantitative reasoning is the math section of the test, and will demonstrate your grasp of basic math, algebra, geometry and data analysis, and your ability at reasoning with numbers. The two reasoning portions are multiple choices.

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1) How long does it take to take the GRE?
The computer-delivered GRE revised General Test takes about 3 hours and 45 minutes and consists of separately timed sections: Verbal Reasoning — There are two 30-minute sections, each containing 20 questions. Quantitative Reasoning — There are two 35-minute sections, each containing 20 questions.

2) How long does it take to get your GRE scores?
Since GRE scores are valid for five years, it is likely that schools will receive score reports from applicants who took the current test, the prior test or both.

3) How long does it take for gre scores to be sent to schools?
Score reports will be sent to your designated institutions approximately five business days after your order is placed. For the four recipients you choose at the test centre: Your official scores will be available in your My GRE Account and sent to your score recipients approximately 10–15 days after your test date.

4) How much does it cost to take the GRE?
Effective April 1, 2014, the test administration fee for the GRE revised General Test will be US$195. Effective April 1, 2014, the additional score report fee for the GRE revised General Test will be US$27. Fees are subject to change without notice.