If you have decided to take Computer Delivered GRE revised General Test your personal preferences should be to know what to expect of the test, how it will be administered and what type of questions will be tested. The administrative procedures for it involve nothing more than registration and appointment scheduling, date, test center location, timing for the test, procedures for score-reporting and costs. You can find out about all of these from your registered testing center.
Your GRE Preparation Course should indicate that the test contents will include verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing skills. For the two reasoning skills there are a variety of measures. You will be required to answer by selecting one choice or more than one answer choices in the test questions. There could also be questions requiring a numeric answer. You should be able to understand the type of response that is required of you.
To assist you in quantitative reasoning test section, on-screen calculator is there as you take the test. During the test you can even skip questions if are unable to answer them. You can even mark questions that you want to revisit to review your answers. You can also see the full list of all questions that are included in a section to see whether all have been answered or you have missed some.
Analytical writing measure requires you to think, analyse and compose an essay. To prevent the test from becoming too challenging you must time up your work so that you have sufficient time to write your essay in this section. Once you are done writing your draft, save some time for reviewing and improving the quality of your essay.
Your test administrator will provide you scratch paper for rough working. You can use as many sheets as are needed. You will also have a ten minute break after third section. There will be a one minute break between other sections. Your section timing clock will continue to run even if you are taking any unscheduled breaks during the test sections. We hope this information is useful for your prep for Computer Delivered GRE revised General Test.