We’ve just updated the free demo of our GRE Practice Tests to the new Revised GRE format. Nothing is better GRE preparation than practicing under realistic conditions – so try it today!
Our revised GRE practice test software has been updated in the last 24 hours to address a few bugs and to enable a better fail-safe method of saving your progress should you decide to quit the test before completion and resume it at a later time. The update is available immediately and will be automatically loaded the next time you launch a revised GRE practice test.
We’ve just released two additional GRE practice tests in the new GRE format. Now we have four complete GRE practice tests in the new revised General Test format for students taking the GRE after August 1 of this year.
We are still offering a free practice test for facebook users and the offer applies to any of our revised format tests – so start your GRE practice today!
Many of you have been asking us about the scoring used by our New GRE Practice Tests for the revised General Test. So we wanted to write a quick note regarding the New GRE Score Scale and how it affects you.
It’s important to note that ETS will not be releasing any scores for the new GRE until November of this year. Only at that time will the “scoring curve” be set. Clearly, ETS intends to use the time between when they receive the first new GRE results in August and when they produce scores for those results in November to evaluate the various elements of the new format and how they will play into students’ overall scores. We expect they will provide a little guidance regarding score range percentiles and additional data at that time.
Until the “scoring curve” is set – we’ll continue to use a curve extrapolated from data gathered with the “old” GRE format to calculate revised scores in the new 130-170 point range for our practice tests. For your reference, our practice tests also provide an approximation of your scores under the “old” 200-800 score scale and will continue to do so until at least November.
Feel free to post any questions regarding this in the comments below – or reach out to us directly on facebook or twitter.
We’ve just posted our first two revised GRE General Test practice tests! Students planning to sit for the GRE on or after August 1st can now practice with a realistic simulation of the new GRE test.
Select a “Revised GRE” from our GRE Practice Test launch menu to start a new GRE practice test now!
For a limited time, we’re offering Facebook users a free GRE practice test!
To redeem your free access code for a full GRE practice test complete with sectional scores, timing analysis, and answers & explanations simply follow this link and click the “Login with Facebook” button when you are prompted for an access code.
Let us know how you enjoy this limited time offer and best of luck in your preparations for the GRE!
For a limited time, we’re offering Facebook users a free GMAT practice test!
To redeem your free access code for a full GMAT practice test complete with comprehensive and sectional scores, timing analysis, and answers & explanations simply follow this link and click the “Login with Facebook” button when you are prompted for an access code.
Let us know how you enjoy this limited time offer and best of luck in your preparations for the GMAT!
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