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Computer Based Test

CBT or Computer Based Test is the new format of GRE examination. CBT format has the capability to select the practice questions based on the intelligence level of the student. The total time taken for CBT format is approximately three hours. The verbal and Quantitative Analysis sections are adaptive in nature. In these two sections of the CBT format, if you attempt the initial questions correctly, the degree of difficulty of practice questions will automatically go to a higher level. If you do not answer the initial questions well you may not be able to score high in this exam. You should be very careful while attempting the initial questions. In this format, you are not allowed to skip questions or go back to a previously answered question as the next question is chosen based on your present answer.





CBT, like PBT format, has three major sections. Analytical Writing part in CBT is similar to that in PBT. The first part of Analytical Writing section has one issue task and 45 minutes have been allotted to this section. The second part of Analytical Writing has one argument task and 30 minutes have been allotted to it. In the first part, you have a choice between two essay topics. However, in the second part you are presented with only one essay topic. There is only one Verbal section with 30 questions and 30 minutes are allotted to it. Also, there is only one Quantitative section with 28 questions and 45 minutes allotted to it. The new CBT format and the new type of questions are better and the practice questions asked in this format examine all aspects in a scientific manner.

You should understand the practice questions for the GRE format applicable to you in detail and then concentrate on preparation for the exam. It will be a good idea to focus on each of these question types after completing the initial study. The correct understanding of the various questions in each section will help you get a high score

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