Is there a future for the GRE?
from Chemical & Engineering News
Each year about half a million people around the world with dreams of becoming graduate students take the Graduate Record Examination General Test. Many graduate schools require the standardized test, which assesses skills in critical thinking, analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning, as part of their application process. Some schools also require a subject GRE, which tests knowledge in a particular field. But in the past few years, a number of graduate programs, particularly in the biomedical sciences, have decided to drop the GRE as a criterion.
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