How is the GRE Score Calculated? | GyanDhan

GRE is the only standard admission test in the world that is accepted for admission to business programs and graduate courses including MS programs in universities abroad. So, if you wish to study abroad, taking the GRE General Test has to be in your plans. Given the current level of competition, merely taking the GRE is not sufficient. You need a good GRE score, especially if you aim to get into a top-ranked college in the world. How do you get an ideal GRE score? One, by preparing exhaustively, and two, by being conversant with how GRE scores are calculated. We focus on the latter in this post.


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How many times do people take GRE?

You can retake GRE as many times as you want, to achieve your target score. However, you can retake GRE once every 21 days and up to 5 times within any continuous rolling 12-month period. That is, 5 times in a year.