The GRE® revised General Test will continue to effectively measure your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills. However, with new types of questions, the test will better reflect the kind of thinking you’ll do in graduate or business school — and what you need to succeed.
To help you become familiar with many of these important changes in the revised test — including the new test design and answer formats — ETS is providing a preview of new sample questions. These questions represent some of the question types available in the following sections of the GRE revised General Test:
To help test takers prepare for the revised test, free test preparation materials — including a full-length, timed practice test that simulates the test experience of the GRE revised General Test — will be made available on the GRE website in July 2010.