The GRE, or The Graduate Record Examination, is the test de rigueur for aspiring master’s, doctoral-level, business-school, and law-school applicants across the United States and 160 countries. Re-designed in 2011, the GRE consists of two sections in Verbal Reasoning (scaled 130-170), two sections in Quantitative Reasoning (scaled 130-170), and one section in Analytical Writing (scaled 0.0 to 6.0). The exam, which is offered in a computer-based format except in areas where computer testing is unavailable, is a multistage test in which performance on previous sections determines the level of difficulty of subsequent sections.
If you’re taking the GRE, GMAT, or LSAT, The Krupnick Approach has you covered. We will use content training and data-tested systems and strategies to break down the test into a game that you can master. Using our proprietary test-taking algorithm and a customized curriculum that focuses on your particular challenges, we will help you develop the skills and tricks of the trade to turn the test into a walk in the park.