GRE Stands for Graduate Record Examinations. The GRE Syllabus includes three sections in the exam. They are – GRE Analytical Writing, GRE Verbal Reasoning, and GRE Quantitative Reasoning. GRE or the Graduate Record Examination is a standardized test which is required in universities of few countries, US or Europe that students need to take before enrolling to a Master’s degree program. The GRE scores are used for assessing the suitability of candidates for a degree program across many different subject areas. Some universities may ask the applicants to take one of the GRE Subjects test while others may insist for the General Test. In the GRE Syllabus the Quantitative section is essentially the math section. The GRE tests do not test high level math but just high-school level math, like statistics, probability, ratios and so on. No high level math namely calculus or vectors are included in the GRE syllabus. Then comes the verbal reasoning section in the GRE Syllabus, here they test your ability to read passages and regular English comprehension knowledge. Then comes the Analytical writing section in the GRE Syllabus, in this section you will be given 2 essays, 30 mins each. They give you the prompt and you need to write those essays following the structure. The GRE Syllabus basically measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that are necessary for students in higher education. They look into the skills for students namely vocabulary, reading ability, reading comprehension, sentence equivalence, text completion in verbal section.