new GRE® Exam Preparation (74% GRE Students Success on 155 and above Scores)

The GRE®, or Graduate Record Examination, is a general admission exam required for many English-speaking masters-level programs in US or Canada. It evaluates overall verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking skills.

Our GRE test preparation course features experienced instructors, proven curriculum, and resources. If you think your math skills also need a refresher, you can also take the GRE® Math Refresher program (10 hours). Students who are also enrolled in the GRE Exam Prep course are eligible for a discount when registering for this Math Refresher program. If you need GRE to enter university and further your higher education, make sure you get the best score by getting the best help.

Taking a GRE Prep course with ENGEDGꓱ is your essential first step towards success.

The GRE Exam Prep structure in ENGEDGꓱ offers students work with authentic texts and official GRE exam practice materials to build language competency in specific topic areas, and it ensures that students build a large bank of vocabulary and use appropriate grammatical structures with a high degree of accuracy. The materials used on the course have been designed specifically to reflect the types of tasks found in the GRE examination.




By the end of your studies in this course you will:

  • expect to achieve the same scoring outcomes as our 74% successful GRE students on 155 and above scores.
  • have improved GRE exam requirements through personalized feedback.
  • have encountered our structured curriculum and customized materials, which are designed for your individual strengths and weaknesses.
  • have had a highly experienced GRE teacher with extensive knowledge of the exam and the English language. Individualized advice to help you succeed.


Course Breakdown

Available All year
Lesson length 90/135 minutes
Length Minimum 1 month
Level Advanced to Upper-Advanced

Start Dates

New Classes start on demand.

For more information Contact our program advisors.

Admission Requirements

  • Students are required to have an Advanced (=C6 ENGEDGꓱ Core General English Course) level of English or passed IELTS 1 / TOEFL 2.
  • A pre-entry oral and/or written free placement test will be administered to determine each student’s level.
  • Students are encouraged to take our Free Online Test in order to determine their likely English level.



GRE specific

Our teachers are fully trained in what is required to get at least 150 score in the GRE exam. Your final result will reflect a thorough understanding of the GRE requirements.


Reach your potential

We will ensure your exam result reflects your true potential. This means understanding grammar, vocabulary, and other GRE test requirements.


The best support

Your teachers will guide and monitor you to make sure that you progress at the correct rate to succeed in your exam. They will motivate and encourage you, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and develop personalised study plans for you.




Know more

About GRE® revised General Test

The GRE general test is meant to measure your overall academic ability and is the standard exam for admission to non-business schools. However, an increasing number of business schools are accepting scores from the GRE exam. Also, not all graduate schools or programs require the GRE. Some schools and programs also require various subject tests, so check with your choice of schools to make sure which exam(s) you need to take. The GRE general exam does NOT test you on any specific facts or pieces of knowledge that you may have learned in any one class.

GRE Scores

For the quantitative and verbal reasoning assessments of the GRE revised General test, the scores range from 130 to 170 points. For the analytic writing section, scores range from 0.0 to 6.0, in half-point increments. There are two verbal and two math sections on the GRE revised General test. The first of both sections is not computer adaptive, but the difficulty of questions that you’ll be given for the second section is dependent on how well you did on the first section. The essay section of the GRE is composed on the computer, but both writing tasks are graded by trained readers.

GRE revised General Test Format

In all cases the Analytical Writing section is the first section of the exam, followed by a 10 minute break. After the break, there are 6 sections: two verbal, two math, an unscored section, and a research section. The research section is always the last section, while the other sections can appear in any order. Therefore, you won’t be able to tell which section is unscored, so you must be sure to do your best on all sections:

Analytic Writing     2 essays, 30 minutes each

The writing section of the GRE is meant to measure your analytical reasoning, organization, and analysis skills. The two essays include an issue essay and an argument essay. There are no right or wrong answers to the essay questions, and the essays will be read and scored by 2 (and possibly 3) readers.

Break           10 minutes

Verbal Reasoning   Two sections each with 20 questions, 30 minutes for each section

Each section includes a mix of reading comprehension question, text completion, and sentence equivalence questions. Reading comprehension questions are either single answer, multiple answers, or select in passage, while text completion questions will have either one, two, or three blanks.

Quantitative Reasoning    Two sections each with 20 questions, 35 minutes for each section

Each quantitative reasoning section (also common called the “Math GRE sections”) contains a mix of multiple choice, quantitative analysis, and user input questions. For more information about the quantitative reasoning questions, proceed to the links below.

Unscored Section* An experimental section that will either be a math or a verbal section may also be included on the exam. You will know if you were given a math or verbal experimental section because you will have two of those sections during the test, but you won’t know which of two identical sections will be experimental. The experimental section does not count toward your score and is used by ETS to try out new questions for possible use in future exams.

*the unscored section is the last section, but the order of the sections can be any of several combinations. For example, your exam may be math-verbal-math-verbal-unscored, or verbal-math-unscored-math-verbal, etc.

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