GRE Course ContentAdmissions to masters and doctoral degree programs in various universities
Exam Duration
3Hrs 45 Mins
About GRE Exam:
Exam Type: Computer-based or paper-based standardized test.
Skills Tested: Analytical writing, quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning.
Purpose: Admissions to masters and doctoral degree programs in various universities.
Exam Duration: About 3 hours and 45 minutes
About Novus Training:
- Total No. of Training Hours: 60 Hours + Every week Mock Test
- Access to our classes for One year: Every Novus student has been given the facility to attend classes for one whole year, even after completing your batch period, you can attend classes at the time of your convenience once again, in order to reacquaint yourself with the topic before writing the test.
- Lab Facility: Students can use the lab for taking the computer tests up to one year after taking the coaching.
- Library Facility: Unlimited access to all Novus students to our library in order to facilitate the test revision process.
- Admission Services:
- Selection of Universities
- Helping preparing documentation
- Securing admissions
- Visa guidance
GRE Course Details (VERBAL) of NOVUS EDUCATION:
Class Schedule | Class Duration | Topics Covered |
1st Class | 2 ½ Hours | Reading Comprehension – 1 |
2nd Class | 2 ½ Hours | Reading Comprehension – 2 |
3rd Class | 2 ½ Hours (1/2hr + 2hr) | RC Mock+ Vocabulary – 1 |
4th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Vocabulary – 2 |
5th Class | 2 ½ Hours (2hr + 1/2hr) | Vocabulary-3 + Voc Mock |
6th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Sentence Equivalence -1 |
7th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Sentence Equivalence -2 |
8th Class | 2 ½ Hours (1/2hr + 2hr) | SE Mock + Text Completion -1 |
9th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Text Completion -2 |
10thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Text Completion -3 + TC Mock |
11thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Analytical Writing assessment-1 |
12thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Analytical Writing assessment-2 |
13thClass | Depends | Mock test & Evaluation |
14thClass | Depends | Mock test & Evaluation |
GRE Course Details (QUANTITATIVE) of NOVUS EDUCATION:
Class Schedule | Class Duration | Topic Covered |
1st Class | 2 ½ Hours | Arithmetic -1 |
2nd Class | 2 ½ Hours | Arithmetic -2 |
3rd Class | 2 ½ Hours (2hr+ 1/2hr ) | Arithmetic-3 + Arithmetic Mock |
4th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Algebra -1 |
5th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Algebra -2 |
6th Class | 2 ½ Hours(2hr + 1/2hr) | Algebra -3 + Algebra Mock |
7th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Geometry -1 |
8th Class | 2 ½ Hours | Geometry -2 |
9th Class | 2 ½ Hours(2hr + 1/2hr) | Geometry -1+ Geometry Mock |
10thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Data Interpretation-1 |
11thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Data Interpretation-2 |
12thClass | 2 ½ Hours(2hr + 1/2hr) | Data Interpretation-3 + DI Mock |
13thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Mock test & Evaluation |
14thClass | 2 ½ Hours | Mock test & Evaluation |
Details of QUANT Topics:
Arithmetic |
Algebra |
Geometry |
Data Interpretation |
Integers | Operations with Algebraic Expressions | Lines and Angles | Graphical Methods for Describing Data |
Fractions | Rules of Exponents | Polygons | Numerical Methods for Describing Data |
Exponents and Roots | Solving Linear Equations | Triangles | Counting Methods |
Decimals | Solving Quadratic Equations | Quadrilaterals | Probability |
Real Numbers | Solving Linear Inequalities | Circles | Distributions of Data, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions |
Percent | Functions | Three-dimensional Figures | Data Interpretation Examples |
Applications | |||
Coordinate Geometry | |||
Graphs of Functions |
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What skills does the test measure?
A: The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse, understand multiple levels of meaning, select important points and understand the meanings of sentences and entire texts.
The Quantitative Reasoning section measures your ability to interpret and analyze quantitative information and use mathematical skills such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics to solve problems.
The Analytical Writing section measures your ability to sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion, articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively, support your ideas with relevant examples and examine claims and accompanying evidence.
Q: How long is the test?
A: The total testing time for the computer-delivered test is around three hours and 45 minutes, plus short breaks.
Q: Can I use a calculator on the test?
A: The computer-delivered GRE General Test includes an on-screen calculator for use in the Quantitative Reasoning section to reduce the emphasis on computation and to focus more attention on reasoning skills. The calculator has four functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and a square root.
Q: For multiple answer questions, if I get any of the answers correct, do I receive partial credit?
A: For the questions with multiple answers, all of the selections made must be correct in order to receive credit for answering the question correctly.
Q: Will I see my scores at the test center when I take the computer-delivered test?
A: After completing the computer-delivered GRE General Test, you will be given the opportunity to Report or Cancel your scores. If you choose Report Scores, you will
see your unofficial scores for the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures at the test center. Because of the Analytical Writing essay scoring process, you will not be able to view your Analytical Writing score at the testing center.
Your official scores will be available in your ETS Account and sent to your score recipients approximately 10–15 days after your test date.
Q: Can I view my scores online?
A: Yes. Once your official scores are reported, you will receive an email from ETS indicating you can view your scores online free of charge through your ETS Account.
Q: How long are GRE scores valid?
A: For tests taken on or after July 1, 2016, scores are reportable for five years following your test date. For example, scores for a test taken on July 3, 2017, are reportable through July 2, 2022.