For many students, the GRE is the first standardized test they have taken since high school. Studying for the GRE means studying a wide range of vocabulary, developing clear and consistent reading strategies, and remastering math content including algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
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The GRE General Test is the standard form of the GRE taken by most testers applying to graduate schools. It consists of sections focusing on Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
The GRE Subject Tests are subject-specific tests in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology. Students may be required to take a Subject Test depending on the graduate programs to which they are applying.