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The GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) typically refers to the GRE General Test, which is taken by college graduates seeking an advanced degree. It is an adaptive computer based test comprising three sections: analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning. As a point of interest, the GRE test questions are created by ETS, the same company that creates the SAT test questions. The GRE is an adaptive exam, which means the question difficulty level is adjusted based on your performance. Therefore, your score is not only based on how many questions you answer correctly, but also on the difficulty of those questions. You have the option of taking the test online or at a test center, and you can take the test on multiple occasions to improve your score. You will need to create an account and register for the test by going to the official GRE website. There you will find additional information about the test and plenty of resources, including free practice tests as well as the option to purchase additional practice tests and study materials.
Note: The GRE also has four separate Subject Tests: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Psychology. You can learn more about these tests here.