Since, there is so much competition among the various GRE institutes, it becomes difficult for the students to choose between them. Everyone is running their own marketing campaigns. However, the best way to choose the best GRE coaching institute in Chandigarh is through the ratings and reviews provided and studying about the faculty of the institute. Also, one can always opt to talk to the current students studying in that institute; they will give you the best opinion.

New Cambridge College is one such institute for GRE preparation that helps students who want to pursue their dream of studying abroad turn into reality. It is the best GRE coaching institute in Chandigarh. A lot of students from Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh itself, come and prepare for their GRE. They have 100% success rate of their courses and are proud to hold the No. 1 position for GRE preparation in tricity.

Students, who are looking for the best GRE prep, should not think twice and join New Cambridge College. They have the best faculty for GRE in Chandigarh and you wouldn’t get the kind of attention they give to their students anywhere else. Therefore, do not think more and just visit the institute once and then make up your mind.

GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) revised general test is a standardized test and a basic requirement for students seeking to gain entry into graduate and business schools. GRE scores are accepted by selected graduate schools in US, UK, China, Canada, Australia etc. Who conducts it? The test is administered by ETS (educational testing service), a private non profit organization under the supervision of the Graduate record examination board which is a non profit organization of graduate business schools across the world. The testing agency conducts the test in 9 parts of the country including Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Trivandrum. Students can take the tests from Monday to Friday in the above mentioned cities where the tests are conducted two times are day.

Best GRE Coaching in Chandigarh

GRE general test judges a candidate on the basis of 3 abilities which are:

I. Verbal reasoning: testing the subject’s Vocabulary and general English comprehension level. it has three types of questions which are Reading Comprehension, text completion and Sentence equivalence it comprises of antonyms, analogies etc.

II. Quantitative reasoning: it tests subject’s basic knowledge of interpretation of numerical data, and the basic rules of algebra, geometry and other concepts of mathematics.

III. Analytical writing: it consists of two tasks that examine an individual’s ability to articulate his/ her views and opinions appropriately. In the first task i.e. analyze an issue task the subject is required to write his thoughts on a topic of general interest. In the first task i.e. analyse an argument task; the subject is required to take a particular stand backed by logic and facts on a case provided by the examiner in the passage.

The GRE subject test is meant to assess a candidate in a particular area of academic interest. candidates who already have studied one out of the following 7 subjects are eligible for this test Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, English literature, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology.

New Cambridge College provides the best GRE Coaching in Chandigarh with the batch timings suitable for students and professionals alike. The subjects are covered on a week to week basis, with each week being devoted to a single subject. We provide regular 3 hour and extensive 5 hour batches on weekdays and weekends respectively. Every day a new test and full length mock tests help a student’s reach the level of finesse needed to give the best in GRE.

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Structure of paper delivered test

Section Time( in minutes) Questions

Analytical writing

(two sections)

30 per section Analyze an issue (Task 1)

Analyze an argument (Task 2)

verbal reasoning

(two sections)

35 per section 25 questions per section
quantitative reasoning

( two sections)

40 per section 25 questions per section


 Structure of Computer Delivered Test

Section Time(in minutes) Questions
 Analytical Writing( one section with 2 tasks)  30 per task analyse an issue task analyse an argument
verbal reasoning( 2 section) 30 per section 20 questions per section
Quantitative Reasoning (2 sections) 35 per section 20 questions per section
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