The revised Graduate Record Examination, better known as the GRE,
debuted last week.
Added: an on-screen calculator. Subtracted: the section on antonyms and analogies. Changed: the scoring system.
The test-maker has
more detail about what's new. Read my full story on the subject here.
Those who have taken the new test: What did you think?
Those who took the old test: If you were in charge of revising the GRE, what would you have changed?
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