New Revised GRE. What is New?

Posted by on May 18, 2012 in GRE, New vs. Old GRE | 2 comments

In August 2011, the GRE revised General Test replaced the GRE General Test. Featuring the new test-taker friendly design and new questions, the revised test more closely reflects the kind of thinking you’ll do in graduate or business school and demonstrates that you are ready for graduate-level work. Therefore BrightLink Prep has spent several months and extensively modified and updated its curriculum so that it remains consistent with the new format. In August 2011, the GRE revised General Test replaced the GRE General Test. Here are some of the key features and test format of the new GRE test.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi,

    What are the best GRE books apart from the ETS versions, I find your post very helpful and would love your advice before buying any books. I am registered fro the 2013 paper based test.

    • Hi Indira, Thank you. I would suggest that you study from all 3 books: Kaplan, Barron’s, Princeton review! use all 3 to study well 🙂

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