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Experience at the GRE Test Centre (via Anand Chary):

Posted on: September 23, 2011

My experience at the GRE test centre:

  • Firstly as you enter the test center you need to show your passport to the receptionist.
  • Then after entering into the hall you will receive a declaration form which you need to fill and handover to the organizer.
  • Then the testing personnel will call u into the test room. You will also receive two pencils and a scratch paper. You can ask for additional scratch papers too.
  • At the test room entrance people take a snapshot of you and ask you to show your ID proof again. After that you will be allotted a system.
  • When you go to your allotted system you must find the same photo which they clicked at the entrance. If it matches THEN ONLY click ok. This process confirms your identity and then u can start your exam.
  • There will be a 60 second break after every section and a 10 mins break after 3 sections. These breaks are not mandatory.
  • After completing your exam you will see your score as per the old pattern (for now). Note it down if needed
  • After that you should come out with your scratch paper(s) and the pencil(s) and hand them over to the receptionist.

TIPS:  The GRE was fine. I had to struggle more in verbal Section. So spend more time preparing Verbal to improve your  score.

All The Best!

-(via Anand Chary, Facebook)


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