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In Brainstorm Consulting Our counselors provide comprehensive Information, care and support services for Indian students to perceive educational opportunities overseas.Committed to adding value to the community by providing an international education of demanding quality.Choosing a University is one of the most difficult decision a student faces in his life. We not only offer quality education, but also help students to develop the required skills needed for admission.
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The Quantitative Sections
The Quantitative sections measure a student’s ability to solve mathematical problems and interpret data presented in graphical form. These sections contain four distinct question categories:
Multiple-Choice (select one answer choice) – these questions present a mathematical problem and require students to select exactly one correct answer choice from among the five presented.
Multiple-Choice (select one or more answer choices) – these questions present a mathematical problem that may have more than one solution among the answer choices; students must select each answer choice that applies. Students do not receive credit unless they select all and only those answer choices that are correct.
Numeric Entry – students must type the answer to a mathematical problem into the answer box provided.
Quantitative Comparison – students must select the answer choice that accurately describes the relationship between the quantity in column A and the one in column B:
(A) always means that the quantity in column A is greater;
(B) always means that the quantity in column B is greater
(C) always means that the two quantities are equal; and
(D) always means that there is not enough information to determine which quantity is greater
Questions from all four categories are intermixed throughout each Quantitative section.
The GRE consists of six sections:
One Analytical Writing Section – 2 writing tasks; 30 minutes per task, 60 minutes total
Two Quantitative Multiple-Choice Sections – 35 minutes per section; approximately 20 questions per section
Two Verbal Multiple-Choice Sections – 30 minutes per section; approximately 20 questions per section
One Unscored Multiple-Choice Section – typically either a Verbal or a Quantitative section
The Analytical Writing section is always administered first; the other five sections of the test may appear in any order. There is a one-minute break between each section, and an optional ten-minute break after the third section.
Since there is no way to identify which Verbal or Quantitative section is unscored, students should treat each section as though it were being scored. Some students may receive an identified research section instead of an unscored Verbal or Quantitative section. A research section (if included) is always the final section of the test; questions on a research section do not count toward the test-taker’s score.
The Analytical Writing Section
The Analytical Writing section measures a student’s ability to critically assess an argument and effectively communicate ideas in print. There are two essays on this section:
Present Your Perspective on an Issue (the Issue Task) – a test-taker must construct a persuasive argument outlining his or her perspective on a statement, issue, policy position, or course of action.
Analyze an Argument (the Argument Task) – a test-taker must evaluate a particular line of reasoning (e.g. – point out where an argument is strong or weak). The Argument task does not ask for a test-taker’s opinion but for an analysis of the argument.
The essay topics are presented one at a time. Students have 30 minutes to complete each essay and are not allowed to add any extra time remaining at the end of one essay to the time allotted for the other essay. For example, if you finish the Issue task in 20 minutes, you will still have only 30 minutes to complete the Argument task. Thus, the best strategy is to use the entire time allotted for each essay to proofread and make editorial adjustments.
Students who take the computer-based test must type their essays using a general word-processing program. The program has basic cut-and-paste features, but does not allow students to check spelling or grammar.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test that measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work in environments where English is used as a language of communication. An easy-to-use 9-band scale clearly identifies proficiency level, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).
Test format – Listening
You will listen to four recorded texts, monologues and conversations by a range of native speakers, and write your answers to a series of questions.
These include questions that test your ability to understand main ideas and detailed factual information, ability to understand the opinions and attitudes of speakers, ability to understand the purpose of an utterance and the ability to follow the development of ideas.
A variety of voices and native-speaker accents are used and each section is heard only once.
In Brainstorm Consulting When students are planning to go abroad for higher studies they will not have exact idea about financial estimation. Once they meet the consultant they will come to know the required documents, what is the amount to be spent for their education and cost of living, and the amount to be shown to the embassy.
In Brainstorm Consulting We provide complete guidance in advising students on the points they need to take into consideration before leaving for their destination country. These include taking care of all their travel needs, such as air ticketing, foreign exchange, travel insurance and basic tips on what they need to carry.