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Posted on June 30, 2020
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You already may be aware of the few basic facts about the GRE exam. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a test of your critical and analytical thinking abilities apart from writing and quantitative skills.

The GRE Test is largely used by those students who are planning to go abroad in countries like the USA, Canada, and Australia to take up graduate and advanced level courses.

GRE scores work as a scale by which universities of these countries assess your preparedness to live, study and advance in the country you are going to. The GRE prep is a systematic way of preparing for the exam.

With the onslaught of COVID-19, there have been drastic changes in schedules and manner of conducting GRE tests. Here, we give you important information on when and how to choose the dates for writing the GRE exam.

In the case of computer-based GRE, you can choose the date to write the exam (except on Sundays). For paper-based tests, there are 2 exam dates, one in November and another in February. You will have to choose any of these days.

While choosing the dates and centers to write the exam, the first thing to consider is that though your nearest center may have a scarcity of seats. While larger cities have a larger number of seats, a medium-sized city could have just one test center.

Secondly, it is important to choose a date that you are surely comfortable with and ready for. These 2 factors will matter most in the computer-based exam.

For the paper-based exam, you will need to be faster at booking your seat and date for the test.

Now, are you wondering which is the best time to take the test? Well, the most popular times of the year are late summer and fall. Coming to the time of the day, afternoon slots are high in demand, and hence you will need to be prompt to grab one.

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