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Competitive Exams


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Fortunately or unfortunately, competitive exams have become compulsary for selection to various professional courses like MBA, MCA, B-TECH in our country. Notwithstanding the demerits of such a system, competitive exams are a reality for the lakhs of students who appear .


In present scenario, everyone wants to success. Success in these exams brings confidence to the individuals, besides giving them a clear cut break into the career line of their choice. However, seats are limited and not everyone who appears can be selected.

This doesn't mean that those who are not selected do not deserve a training in these courses. It only means that number of seats to accommodate all the deserving candidates are very small.

Keeping this background in mind, let us proceed further and explore what it takes to succeed in these competitive exams particularly at the undergraduate level.

Some important points has been given below:

1. The first prerequisite for success in these examinations is determination. The candidate must be quite sure of his level of motivation. Without a high level of motivation, no one can go through the rigorous preparation process. Thus, you must be absolutely determined to give your high level efforts in your endeavor.

2. Once one is sufficiently motivated, one needs to be ready to give sufficient number of hours in studies. This is real hard work and involves significant sacrifices on the part of the individual. "All work and no play, makes someone a dull boy". Therefore it is also important that the candidate does take out some time for entertainment and relaxation either through sports, music or other art forms. Regular exercise ( about 15 - 20 minutes ) every day will be helpful to maintain a healthy body .

3. The third requirement, is selection of the right study material. One should not go for shortcuts. Instead, try to understand the chapters / concepts in detail and practice sufficient number number of questions. Therefore go for standard textbooks, study materials provided by other coaching institutions serve as supplementary and complementary material to the textbook material.

4. The fourth consideration is an appropriate 'Study Strategy'. A very common question which students ask is, How should we balance the school studies with competitive exam study.

5. One can use monthly tests in school as an opportunity to master the material that one has collected rather than restricting yourself to the limited knowledge & practice that is needed for doing well in the periodical test itself.

6. Also revise the important concepts,problems, facts that you would have marked during your 1 - 2 years of preparation before the examination.

7. On the day of examination, keep your cool and attempt the questions. Remember, if you have given your best during the last 1 - 2 years, you need not fear anything. Ultimately, only effort and not the result is in your hand.

CAT (Common Admission Test)




CAT Test Patterns

Eligibility Criteria for CAT test

CAT Test Registration

Tips and Strategies

Dates and Deadlines



CAT is a mandatory entrance examination conducted by the India Institutes of Management for granting admission in the management programs of all the six IIMs. Besides IIMs, there are other management schools too, which consider the CAT scores as the main eligibility criteria for enrolling students in their management courses.


After qualifying CAT test, you have to qualify the group discussion and interview rounds as well to secure a place for yourself in MBA program.

CAT Test Module:

The CAT test is conducted every year during the months of November- December. It is comparatively less predictable than other management entrance tests as its pattern/ number of questions keeps changing every year. The test pattern has been divided in to four section -

•Quantitative Ability (QA)
• Data Interpretation (DI) and Logical Reasoning (LR)
• Reading Comprehension (RC)
• Verbal Ability (VA)

In 2004, the concept of new differential marking was introduced. Therefore, it is essential that you prepare thoroughly for all the four sections in order to receive calls from the best management institutions.

There is also disparity regarding the duration of the test too. For instance, till 2005 the duration of the CAT test was 2 hours which was changed to 2 ½ hours in the year 2006.

Given below is a comprehensive comparison :

Criteria CAT 2007 CAT 2006 CAT 2005
* No. of Section 3 3 3 Hours
* Number of questions 75 75 3 Hours
* Duration 2 hours 21/2 Hours 21/2 Hours
* Negative Marking 1 marks 1 marks 1/3 of the marks allotted


Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% score in order to be eligible to give the CAT test. In case you belong to SC, ST or the disability category, you are required to have at least 45 % marks in graduation.

CAT Test Registration

The CAT test application form is the same for all IIMs. You can get this form from any branch of the State Bank of India. The form is usually available in the month of April or may. It should be noted that the CAT test application form is to be filled and submitted only once, irrespective of how many IIMs you are applying to.

However, for non-IIM institutes, you might have to fill a separate form available from their institute.

List of IIMS


• Indian Institutes of Management, Lucknow

• Indian Institutes of Management, Bangalore

• Indian Institutes of Management, Kozhikode

• Indian Institutes of Management, Ahmadabad

• Indian Institutes of Management, Calcutta

• Indian Institutes of Management, Indore

List of Non-IIM Institutes accepting CAT scores

• National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai

• S.P.Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai

• Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon

• Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), Trichy

• Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA), Ahmedabad

• T.A.Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal.

• Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad

• National Insurance Academy School of Management (NIASoM), Pune

• Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

• Welingkar, Mumbai

Kindly note that this list is not exhaustive and there could be other management schools too which grant admission on the basis of CAT test scores.

Tips and Strategies

Needless to say, cracking the CAT takes rigorous preparation and consistent hard work. Given below are some of the tips which might help you in getting admission to the MBA School of your choice.

• CAT being an application driven test, regular practice with complete focus is the key to clearing the test

• As the curriculum for the CAT is limited, it is essential for you to cover the entire curriculum leaving nothing

• After you have completed most of the course, start giving mock CAT test. Higher the number of test that you take, higher would be your learning curve

• Thoroughly analyse the result of the mock CAT test for identifying your strong and weak areas. Now follow a structured and organised approach to turn your weak points into your strength

• It is a good idea to spend an hour or so in trying to find out what you could have done better in the mock CAT test. Remember, one of the key reasons of giving mock CAT test is to learn from your mistakes

• Help from teachers, joining a coaching institute, study of the fundamental concepts and solving solved and unsolved questions would help you in gaining command over the concepts that you find difficult

• Build mathematical proficiency. You should thoroughly work on the math problems of 10th and 11th standard

• Follow the 3 times principle. Solve every question 3 times; first time would be the attempt, second would be a solution and finally for the purpose of revision. The 3 times principle would help you in understanding the concept better

• You should know what to leave for later during the exam. Solve the questions which you think you can answer correctly. Leave complex questions for later. Remember time management is the key!

• Also in the first attempt, answer only those questions which would take less than a minute. Long and difficult questions should be reserved for later. Mark such questions and solve them after completing the simpler and less time consuming answers

Important Dates and Deadlines

Date of issuing forms: August

Date for receipt of forms : Early September

Date of entrance exam : Mid November


What is CAT?

CAT (Common Admission Test) is one among the top Management Entrance Tests in India that is conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) for admission to their 2-year full time PG Programs in Management. Many other Premier institutes in the nation also accept the CAT scores for their selection process. There are approximately 100+ B-schools that accept CAT scores, the list for which will be available in the CAT bulletin.

What does the CAT test?

It is an aptitude test that tests “managerial abilities” through questions based on Maths and English. The concepts required for tackling CAT like questions are based on the 10th level Maths and English. These subjects are subdivided into different areas viz:

• Quantitative Ability
• Data Interpretation
• Logical Reasoning
• Data Sufficiency
• Verbal Reasoning
• Reading Comprehension
• Verbal Ability.

The areas are clearly demarcated into sections, with the number of sections and their composition varying from year to year. Hence the structure of the CAT is not certain. Students are required to possess greater patience, endurance and vigilance to answer the questions.

When does one apply for CAT?

The CAT notification is usually released after mid July every year in the leading newspapers of the countrylike Hindustan Times , Times of India . The same will be uploaded on the IMS website after the release of the notification.

What is the eligibility for CAT?

The eligibility criterion for taking the CAT is a minimum of 50 percent marks (45 percent for SC, ST and PWD candidates) or equivalent CGPA in a bachelor’s degree program offered by a recognised university under the Central/State Legislature, UGC or Ministry of HRD.

I have a CGPA instead of percentage. What do I do?

The percentage equivalence would be based on the equivalence certified by the institute/university from where the bachelor's degree has been obtained. In case the institute/university does not follow any such method of converting the CGPA, the equivalence can be established as per the example given below: Eg. The CGPA obtained is 3.2 on a maximum possible score of 4. The equivalent percentage would be 3.2/4 * 100 = 80 percent

I have done a 5 years integrated program (equivalent to a masters degree) after my 10+2. How do I enter my percentage?

The aggregate for the first 3 years of the program needs to be mentioned as percentage for bachelors, and aggregate for the remaining two years needs to be mentioned as percentage for masters.

I don't have a 50% in my graduation. What should I do?

The students should try other exams like XAT, IIFT, MH-CET and other regional tests. You should also look into institute specific tests, based on your relative performance so far. Your career aspirations will also drive the choice of the school.

What is the minimum that one must secure in order to make it to the IIMs?

The key to your call from the IIMs is not only to meet the overall cut-off requirement but also consistent performance across all the sections. Over the years, it has been observed that those who have secured an overall percentile of 98+ with a 95+ percentile in each of the sections have received GD/PI calls from the IIMs.

What do you mean by percentile and percentage in the CAT scorecard?

Percentage: The % score represents normalized percentage of scores secured by the candidate. It is a relative method of representing the score. This is not the actual % score.

Percentile: Percentile indicates student's relative performance position among the total students who took the CAT.

For example – A 98 percentile means that the student is among the top 2 percent of the population who took the CAT.

Which are the B Schools accepting the CAT scores?

For further information & list of schools accepting the CAT Scores Visit: www.imsindia.com

Note: Given details above might be change in future. For getting current information, candidate may visit :www.imsindia.com

MAT (Management Aptitude Test)




Test Format

Eligibility for MAT

MAT application procedure

Tips and Strategies

Dates and Deadlines


Approved by the Government of India, MAT results are accepted by All India Management Association - Centre for Management Education (AIMA-CME) and other AICTE-approved Management Institutes (MI) and university departments. Besides having test centres all over India, MAT is also conducted in overseas locations.

Test Module:

The exam has five sections in all. Scores of first four sections constitute the final scores. However, institutions might choose to consider the score of the General Awareness section. Total Duration: 150 minutes

Section No. of Questions
* Verbal Ability 40
* Quantitative Aptitude 40
* Data Interpretation and Data sufficiency 40
* Reasoning Ability 40
* General Awareness 40
* Total Number of Questions 200


While the participating universities and management institutes have their own requirements about certain minimum % age in graduation, you can appear in MAT, if you are:
• A Graduate from any recognized University in any discipline, or
• Studying in final year of their undergraduate degree course from a recognized institution.

MAT application procedure

You can buy the MAT Bulletin and application form for cash payment of Rs 650/or more- at:

• AIMA counter at New Delhi,
• AIMA Study Centres,
• Bank of Baroda branches, and
• ICICI branches.

Students may also send the request for the form and bulleting at the following address with a Demand Draft of Rs. 690, in favour of AIMA-CMS payable at New Delhi, with two self-addressed slips or adhesive stickers:

Sr. Dy. Director-CMS,
All India Management Association, Management House,
14, Institutional Area,
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi -110 003.

Students who wish to appear at one of the international test centres for MAT have to make the requisite payment in US dollars.

Tips and Strategies

The paper is objective with multiple choice questions. You will have to be quick and alert to score high in the paper. In this article, you will find some tips and tricks to prepare for MAT:

• Time is of utmost importance in MAT. It is advisable to stick to the time schedule given below to finish the paper on time:

o 40 minutes for Mathematics where quantitative aptitude is evaluated,

o 30 minutes for English section that assesses verbal ability and language comprehension,

o 35 minutes for Data Interpretation that judges the candidate’s data analysis skills and understanding of data sufficiency,

o 15 minutes for General Awareness section, where candidate’s knowledge of Indian and global environment, especially of contemporary issues, are judged.

o 30 minutes for Reasoning Ability, where intelligence of a candidate is judges along with his or her critical reasoning skills..

Each section has 40 questions.

• Though similar to CAT in its structure, MAT is easier compared to it. Its pattern is more predictable and unlike CAT , MAT is based on knowledge itself. Thus, students who are good in memorizing formulae and standard set of questions and answers, often grab high scores on this test.

• Practice for MAT test available from a variety of sources such as book, CDs and online, can prepare you well for the real examination. Achieving 85 to 90 per cent scores in a MAT exam can be considered a good attempt.

• For English section, grammar is very important and question-types include analogies, synonyms and antonyms, match the list, idioms, one word for many and fill in the blanks.

• Though not all institutions accept MAT scores in General Awareness, you still need to prepare for it. Reading newspapers is the best way to keep yourself abreast of the current affairs and developments in India and world in general.

• For Language Comprehension, two strategies are commonly used:

o Reading the passage and attempting to solve the answers, or
o Have a look at the questions and then read the passage, so that you know what to look for.

Decide your own strategy, depending on your inclination, comprehension skills, personal aptitude and difficulty-level of the passage.

• Having formulae on your fingertips, being strong in mental calculations and developing your own short cuts will prove very useful to score speedily in Mathematical and Data Interpretation sections.

Reasoning section requires thorough practice of all types of questions. Since there are no fixed formulae to tackle them, the scores depend on how much you are familiar with myriad of questioning patterns.

Dates and Deadlines

MAT is usually held four times a year in the months of:

• January
• May
• September
• December

It was last held on 13th February, 2008.

Applications are available usually two months before the exam date. The deadline for submitting applications is usually one month before the exam date.

Note: Given details above might be change in future. For getting current information, candidate may visit :www.aima-india.org

IIT (Indian Institute of Technology)




Test Format

Eligibility for IIT

Tips and Strategies

Dates and Deadlines


The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) conducts a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) every year for admission to its B-Tech and other courses offered at the IIT Mumbai, IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Chennai, IIT Kharakpur, IIT Guwahati, and IIT Roorkee.


Apart from IIT, Institute of Technology- Banaras Hindu University, ISM Dhanbadand, and Varanasi also consider JEE test scores for their admission process.The number of seats available in total is about 5500 for which 3, 00,000 candidates sit every year.

Test Format

JEE consists of preliminary examination (screening test) and main examination. Only those candidates, who qualify the screening test, are eligible to appear in the main examination.

There are two question papers, each of three hours duration. Both the question papers consist of three separate sections on Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics . Questions in these papers are of objective type. Negative marking is also there .

The syllabus of the examination is based on topics covered by the CBSE Board Examination (AISSCE) and the ISC Board Examination, though all topics of the AISSCE and the ISC are not included in the JEE syllabus.


• A candidate can take JEE only twice, in consecutive years

• Candidates should not have accepted admission by paying full fees at any of the IITs, IT-BHU, Varanasi and ISM, Dhanbad, through earlier JEE

• Candidates appearing for JEE-2008 should have either passed the qualifying examination (10+2 Level) or should be appearing in 2008

Minimum marks required in the qualifying examination

Age limit

• Only those candidates, whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1983, are eligible to appear in JEE-2008. (Upper age limit-25 years).

• In the case of SC, ST, and PD candidates, the upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years. (Upper age limit-30 years).

Tips and Strategies

• It is always a good idea to start preparing for IIT-JEE at the beginning of 11th standard. However there is a way out if you are among those who started late

• Try to capture at least 70 % of the total syllabus. However, if you have started your preparation late then it is always a good idea to cover minimum 60% of the total course and be thorough with it instead of trying of to study the entire curriculum

• Incorporate difficult topics if you already have a sound understanding of them. If not, start with the easier topics and master them. Once you are done with the relatively easier and interesting topics, tackle the difficult ones

• Make sure that you use the right reference and study material as it can make a tremendous difference to your scores. It is recommended to study from the books which contain numerous solved questions.

• Spend the initial few months in revising the basic concepts learnt in standard 9th and 10th

• Ensure that you study concepts like algebra, mechanics and stoichiometry extensively as not only are they high scoring but they also form the basis of several other topics

• At the time of examination avoid the urge to start solving the questions as soon as you receive the paper. Instead, quickly scan the paper and mark the questions you can easily answer. Begin with them

• After you are done with the questions you knew by heart, handle others. This not only would increase your confidence level and help to keep the nervousness at bay, it also creates a good impression on the examiner

Dates and Deadlines

Date of issuing forms: 23rd November to 4th January

Date for receipt of forms : Early January

Date of entrance exam : Mid April

Note: Kindly note given details above might be change in future.

PMT (Pre-Medical Test)




Test Format

Eligibility for PMT

Qualifications Required

Tips and Strategies

Dates and Deadlines


CBSE conducts All India Pre-Medical/Pre Dental Entrance Examination (AIPMT) to select candidates for 15% merit positions in medical and dental colleges all over India, according to the directives of the Supreme Court. It follows rules and regulations specified by GOI’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

CBSE prepares merit list equal to the number of seats available for MBBS and BDS courses, under 15% All India Quota. The students selected through AIPMT will secure admission to these seats, overriding State-specific selection criteria.

A waiting list is also released, which is equal to the number of students on the merit list.

In case, candidates obtain equal marks, they are allotted seats in following order of preference:

• Candidate older in age, followed by
• Candidate with higher marks in Biology (combined scores of Botany & Zoology) in the entrance examination, followed by
• Candidate with higher marks in Chemistry.

Test Format

Candidate can choose to take AIPMT in English or Hindi. However, once a candidate has indicated his choice of language in the application form, he is not allowed to change it later.

Examination stage
1. Preliminary

Subjects covered
1. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology

1. 3 hours

Number of questions
1. 200 (50 questions per subject) Objective and multiple-choice

Examination stage
2. Final

Subjects covered
2. Paper I covers Physics and Chemistry Paper II covers Botany and Zoology

2. 2 hours each

Number of questions
2. 20 each Descriptive

Eligibility for PMT

Nationality: Indian

States of Andhra Pradesh and J&K have opted out of this entrance examination, from the time it begun. So, students from these states are not eligible. However, students who are not domiciled in these states and not seeking admission in medical or dental colleges of these states may apply along with an affidavit to that effect. The affidavit is to be made on Rs 10/- Non-Judicial Stamp Paper and needs to be attested by a First Class Judicial/Metropolitan Magistrate.

Minimum Age on 31st December of the year: 17 years

Maximum Age on 31st December of the year: 25 years

SC/ST/OBC students get relaxation of 5 years on upper age limit.

Maximum number of attempts allowed: 3

Qualifications Required:

Applicants should have scored at least 50% marks at 10+2 level from a recognized university/board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as subjects.

SC/ST students are allowed to appear for exams, if they attain 40% or more in the qualifying examination.

Tips and Strategies

• Solve the previous years’ examination papers and model tests, to get hang of the pattern of questions. It will help you to get familiar with the types of questions.

• Model test papers are abundantly available online and as books and CDs in the market.

Some magazines that target competitive examination students and daily newspapers also carry sample questions for specific topics in the course.

• You can practice and evaluate yourself through these model questions and map out your own strengths , weaknesses and distribute your time and efforts more intelligently and profitably.

• Ideally, you should spend around 10 minutes to read the instructions carefully. Devote 45 seconds to one question. In the end, you should have 15 to 20 minutes of time to go through the paper once again and ponder over the questions you were not sure about.

• AIPMT has negative marking. So, only attempt questions that you at least have a vague idea about.

• Curb the temptation to guess wildly. A wrong answer means you lose 1 mark from your total score and that you have wasted the valuable time that you could have used to secure three marks for another question.

• Often physics and numerical questions pose a problem for students preparing for their medical tests. So, pay more attention to this section while preparing for AIPMT.

• If you are not strong in calculations, attempt theoretical questions first and then, attempt numerical or calculation-based questions.

Dates and Deadlines of Test

AIPMT Prelims will be conducted on: April 06, 2008
AIPMT Mains will be conducted on: May 11, 2008
Results will be declared by: First week of June, 2008

Note: Kindly note given details above might be change in future.

GRE (Graduate Record Examination)




Test Format

Tips and Strategies

Dates and Deadlines


Developed by Educational Testing Service (ETS)based in the US, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) has been developed to evaluate the verbal, analytical and mathematical skills of the candidates. The scores of this standardized test helps the graduate schools (conducting courses other than business related studies) to assess the advanced study potential of their prospective students.

ETS is a subsidiary of the Graduate Record Examination Board, which is an international non-profit organization formed by prestigious graduate business schools all over the world. GRE scores are often required by the accredited business, professional or graduate schools and a school, division or department within the school. Non-accredited institutions, approved by the GRE Board, can also receive the scores of the applicants.

Test Format

Total time allotted for:

* Computer-based test: 3 hours
* Paper-based test: 3 ¾ hours

Analytical writing section always appears first in the test, followed by Verbal, Quantitative and Unidentified (if applicable) sections in any order. If there is a Research section, it always appears at the end of the test.

Test format for computer-based test:

Section No. of Question Time Allotted
* Analytical Writing Issue Task (You have to choose one of the two essay topics) 45 minutes
* Analytical Writing 1 Argument Task 30 minutes
* Verbal 30 30 minutes
* Quantitative 28 30 minutes
* Unidentified Variable Variable
* Unidentified Variable Variable

Test format for paper-based test:

Section No. of Question Time Allotted
* Analytical Writing Issue Task (You have to choose one of the two essay topics) 45 minutes
* Analytical Writing 1 Argument Task 30 minutes
* Verbal (2 sections) 38 per section 30 minutes per section
* Quantitative (2 sections) 30 per section 30 minutes per section
* Unidentified Variable 30 minutes

Tips and Strategies

• Know the sections of the test, the type of questions asked in each section, how long a section is and the time limit for each section.

• Attempt as many GRE practice tests and GRE sample tests as possible, as they will familiarize with the general level of the questions that are asked in GRE exam and the directions for questions.

• The instructions for attempting a question in the actual test may slightly differ from those given in your study material, so do skim through them quickly.

• Ideally, you should spend around 10 minutes to read the instructions carefully. Devote 45 seconds to one question. In the end, you should have 15 to 20 minutes of time to go through the paper once again and ponder over the questions you were not sure about.

• In the Analytical Writing assessment section, the Issue task allows you to choose one of the two given topics, analyze the issue and write your views on it. But beware, don’t start writing pros and cons of the issue. Since, it is your views that have been asked for, be specific and write only about your viewpoints.

• The second essay in the Writing Assessment section is the Argument task. It does not offer any choice. You will be given a topic, which you have to critically analyze and evaluate and determine whether it is well-reasoned or not.

• Generally, each argument in the pool has three to five major logical fallacies or problems that you need to identify and point out. These may include drawing an analogy without taking difference in two cases into account, generalizing from a particular case or assuming one event caused another just because of the order in which they occurred.

• GRE tries to adjust the test according to the level of the candidate. The first question is of medium level. If you answer it correctly, you will be asked harder questions. The incorrect answer will lead you to easier questions.

• Hard questions have more points than the easier ones. So, irrespective of the number of questions you attempt, you will fetch more scores if you attempting harder questions. Since the answer to the first question often determines the level of the test you will be attempting, it is very important to give right answer to the very first question of the test.

• Since there is no negative marking, do not leave any question blank.

• In computer adaptive test, you cannot return to a question or review it later, so check it thoroughly before you submit it.

• Optimizing time is very important in GRE. You should be aware how much time you can devote on one question. You need to set your pace right. Rushing or sticking to a question for too long will cost you valuable scores.

• Sometimes, you will find a question similar to what has already been asked in the test or in another section of the test. However, often these questions have substantial or subtle modifications and require different answer. So, pay close attention to the wording of each question before you decide on an answer.

• Lastly, you may consider canceling the test scores immediately after taking the GRE exam or quit the exam, so that the scores do not get noted in your permanent record. Unfortunately, you have to do it before you can see the test scores and the fees of the exam will not be refunded. This will also mean that you will have to gain register for the exam and pay the fee, to be able to re-take the exam and send the GRE scores to your chosen universities.

• If you do cancel your GRE scores, this will be noted in your official GRE score report.

It is not allowed to cancel the scores of only one section of the test.

Dates and Deadlines

GRE General test is conducted all the year round from Monday to Friday, twice a day.

However, September to December is the busiest time of the year for the test centres. Hence, students who wish to take the test on a particular date within this period should contact the chosen test centre (preferably, two to three months in advance) for registration.

GRE Subject test is only conducted three times in a year in the months of:

• October,
• November, and
• April.

You will need to contact your chosen test centre to finalize the exact date on which you will take the test

For computer-based GRE test, scores are mailed to you and the recipients you designated between 10 to 15 days.

For paper-based test GRE test, scores are mailed between 4 to 6 weeks.

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