Dive deeper into the transformative changes awaiting you in the 2023 GRE exam -
1. Farewell to the Argument Essay Section
In the previous GRE format, the Analytical Writing section mandated an argument essay, where you'd analyze and critique a presented argument. The 2023 GRE revamps this by bidding farewell to the argument essay section, freeing you from this task.
2. Adieu to the Experimental (Unscored) Section
The GRE used to feature an experimental section, a research-based component with unscored questions. With the 2023 GRE, this experimental section takes its final bow, ensuring your focus solely on the scored sections.
3. Bid Farewell to the 10-minute Break
Gone is the 10-minute break that interrupted your flow after the third section. The 2023 GRE exam forges ahead without this breather, optimizing efficiency.
4. Precision and Focus in Question Reduction
The Quantitative Reasoning section trims down from 40 to 27 questions. Similarly, in the Verbal Reasoning section, the number of questions scales from 40 to 27, covering reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence questions.