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GRE, GMAT, and SAT Test Papers

GRE, GMAT and SAT- The ticket to your dream college overseas

Are you dreaming of pursuing your higher education in the United States of America? You can definitely turn your dream into a reality, but it will not be that easy. You not only need a visa and a valid passport to reach your overseas dream university. You also need to crack an American college admission test depending upon the course you are applying for - bachelor’s degree, an MBA, a Master’s, or a doctoral degree.

The main aim of these tests is to judge you on your:

  • Analytical Skills
  • Literary Skills
  • Knowledge

The tests, GRE, GMAT and SAT require sheer hard-work, dedication, and guidance to crack. Hence, a helping hand from an experienced and qualified GRE, GMAT and SAT tutor is vital to score good marks in these examinations.

Get familiar with the GRE, GMAT and SAT

  • GRE- Graduate Record Examination

The GRE is a standardized test taken by people who are applying to or thinking of applying to a master’s program in American universities. This test measures the Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical Writing skills of students who aspire to pursue their Graduate studies.

Percentage of GRE General Test Examinees, by Intended Graduate Major Field and Gender between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017.

History: The GRE exam was initiated in 1936 as a joint experiment in higher education by the graduate school deans of four eastern universities and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The exam remained a project of the Carnegie Foundation until the Educational Testing Service (ETS) was established in January 1948.

The aim of the test: The test intends to aid Graduate Schools (of all fields other than business) in assessing an applicant’s potential for advanced study. Most universities in the US ask for GRE® scores while inviting applications from prospective students.

What makes GRE difficult: GRE is not an easy nut to crack. Various aspects make it a difficult exam:

  • The tricky wording of questions
  • Solid Math knowledge
  • Challenging Vocabulary
  • Time Crunch
  • Difficult writing section

An efficient solution: At ChampionTutor, the GRE Tutors are well equipped and prepared to lay an effective roadmap for their students to tackle all the above-mentioned hurdles effectively during the examination.

GMAT- Graduate Management Admission Test

GMAT is a standardized aptitude test with a pre-defined syllabus. It is required for admission to many of the world's leading business schools. Being a computer-adaptive exam, it is one that assesses the student's verbal, quantitative and analytical writing skills instead of a purely handwritten test.

History: The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) began as an association of nine business schools in 1953. Its primary goal was to develop a standardized test to help business schools select qualified applicants.

The aim of the test: The main aim of the exam is to check the student’s subjectivity and objectivity towards the real world. The exam measure the skills students require to succeed in a challenging business school curriculum.

What makes GMAT difficult:- GMAT is definitely a challenging computer adaptive examination. Hence, the difficulty of most questions is a function of how you have done in the previous few questions. Here are the factors that make the GMAT exam difficult:

  • The Verbal and Analytical writing sections require strong English skills
  • Complicated questions with multiple steps involved
  • No use of a calculator for the Mathematics section
  • A lengthy 3.5 hours test

An efficient solution: Did you know only 7% of test takers score 700 or more marks in the GMAT? This fact shows the hard-work and dedication required to score this (700) magical number. At ChampionTutor, we target a score above 700. With intensive coaching from our GMAT Tutors, we make sure that each student does as best as he or she can.

SAT - Scholastic Aptitude Test

SAT is a standardized test with a pre-defined syllabus that is designed to test critical thinking skills as well as the ability to analyze and solve problems in Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. The SAT is classified into following two categories:

History: The SAT was introduced in 1926 and is owned, developed, and published by the College Board: a private, non-profit organization in the United States. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) administers the test on the behalf of the College Board. The SAT is required for most of the universities and colleges in the United States of America that offer four-year undergraduate programs.

The aim of the test: The SAT is an exam held with a vision to test the students’ literacy and writing skills, which are important for academic success in universities and colleges. The SAT is considered to be the one way to demonstrate a student's competitiveness and their likelihood to succeed in a course.

What makes the SAT difficult: The SAT is tough; one has to sit for almost 4 hours while encountering questions that range from straightforward to mind-bogglingly difficult. The following various characteristics of the SAT pose significant problems to many students:

  • Time Pressure
  • Unfamiliar Math Concepts
  • High-Stress Levels
  • Challenging Reading Passages

An efficient solution: On average, students answer 50 to 60 percent of questions correctly in the SAT exam. However, at ChampionTutor, our SAT Tutors follow a structured approach to make students well acquainted with the process and concepts of the SAT exam. This helps them to crack more questions with total ease.

The Structure of GRE, GMAT and SAT Examinations

GRE: The GRE is offered in more than 160 countries, at about 100 test centers. It is mostly taken by undergraduates who are about to graduate. The Graduate Record Examination is a computer-based/paper-based standardized test developed by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is conducted multiple times in a year.

GMAT: GMAT is an examination taken up by MBA aspirants to pursue their post-graduation from abroad. The exam does not test one’s IQ or business knowledge. Instead, it stands on the pillar of two components: Objectivity and Subjectivity. More than 2000 universities and business schools in several countries, including the US, use this test as criteria for selection. The exam is held in 114 countries and in 600 test centers.

SAT: This paper-based test is offered seven times every year in English across the globe for entry into undergraduate programs in most America universities. However, a high SAT score alone cannot predict a student’s success in a college application (especially to highly selective colleges). Other factors like high school grades, the college application essay, and extracurricular activities can also play a vital role.

Sr. No. Examination Structure Time allotted

Analytical Writing

Two Tasks:

a) Analyse an issue;

b) Analyse an argument

30 minutes per task

Verbal Reasoning

20 questions per section

30 minutes per section

Verbal Reasoning

20 questions per section

35 minutes per section


Analytical Writing Assessment


30 minutes

Integrated Reasoning (IR)

Number of Questions- 12

30 minutes

Quantitative Section

Number of Questions- 37

a) Arithmetic

b) Algebra

c) Geometry

75 minutes

Verbal Section

Number of Questions- 41

a) Reading Comprehension

b) Critical Reasoning and

c) Sentence Correction

75 minutes



Number of Questions- 52

65 minutes

Writing and Language

Number of Questions- 52

35 minutes

Math (No Calculator)

Number of Questions- 20 ( 5 Grid-in)

25 minutes

Math (Calculator)

Number of Questions- 38 ( 8 Grid-in)

55 minutes

Essay (Optional)

Number of Questions- 1

50 minutes

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