GRE - All You Need to Know | GyanDhan

Started in 1936 and developed and conducted by the test maker ETS (which also conducts the TOEFL), the GRE or the Graduate Record Examination is a standardized test held in both computer and paper-based mediums. GRE scores are required for admission to graduate and graduate business programs and hence is an important part of the application process for those students who are applying to graduate and business schools. Apart from the GRE general test, GRE subject tests to are there. The subject tests are in psychology, mathematics, physics, literature in English, biology, and chemistry. GRE scores are accepted by thousands of universities all around the world, especially those in the US and Canada. Students can check here to know if their university and course accept GRE scores for admission to graduate programs.

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What is a good GRE?

A 320+ is generally considered a good score. Each university has its own list of admissible scores, so it may vary depending on the university you are targeting. But a score of 320+ would make you eligible for several universities.
Check out this blog for a list of GRE scores accepted in various US universities -

How many times can we write the GRE? I have already given it twice but I am looking to improve my score.