Not since the SAT changed in 2005 have we witnessed such a seismic shift in the test prep world as we did today – welcome the new GRE.
Months of wondering – and worrying – about the contents of the test have finally ended with the first group of test-takers boldly going where none have gone before. Of course, the collective anxiety of those yet to take the test will hardly diminish – the test will be four hours of difficult questions, after all – but whether the content will be notably different from ETS’s published materials can now be answered.
Or at least I’ll do my best, come Aug. 10th, to answer any questions regarding the new GRE. For that is when I’ll roll up the sleeves, take a trip to my local testing center, and learn for myself what the new GRE is really all about (and of course share my experience with everybody as soon as I’ve finished!).
Until then, to get a quick, but very helpful overview of the test, watch the “Everything You Need to Know about the New GRE” webinar here or check out our infographic (in picture or video format) below.