GRE Coaching

GRE Coaching

Achieve your target score in GRE with Maxxcell Institute & Overseas. Join our GRE course and fulfill your ambition of studying in your dream university!

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Let's know about GRE:

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is an examination that is a pre-requisite for admissions into a majority of graduate programs at US, Canada, UK and some other countries universities. The GRE typically tests your Mathematical, Verbal and Writing skills.

Why Maxxcell?

Because we understand that a high GRE score needs more than just classes and videos, it needs comprehensive study material and guidance of an expert who is invested in helping you. When you enroll with Maxxcell Institute & Overseas, you are assigned not just one, but two experienced trainers for Quant and Verbal who leverage their experience and employ their expertise in pushing you to the next level. And to achieve that level we provide you:

  • Rigorous and Extensive Study Material
  • 36 Exclusive Classes to Cover Basics
  • Verbal classes to mug 2000+ high frequency words
  • Quant sessions to help you crack complex questions
  • Custom Study Plan to Improve Scores
Powerful GRE Exam Prep Material

Accurate & Rigorous Practice

  • 1000+ questions for GRE verbal and quant
  • Topic wise & question type wise practice questions
  • Main concepts explained with examples
  • AWA Practice Questions with 'Score 6' answers
Verbal/ Quant Practice Suite
  • Multiple Worksheets with mixed questions
  • Three difficulty levels (Basic/ Intermediate/ Advance) covered
  • Detailed Explanatory Answers
Online Test Support:
  • 46 Topic Wise Test on Quantitative Reasoning.
  • 24 test on Reading Comprehension.
  • 36 test on Sentence Correction & Text completion.
  • 22 test on Vocabulary.
  • Sectional Tests: 16 quantitative reasoning, 9 verbal
  • Full length mock GRE:
  • 1 paper based.
  • 10 full length test
GRE High Frequency Vocab Prep
  • An extensive WORDLIST of 2000+ words
  • Vocab Flashcards to learn on go
  • 500+ Vocab based questions
  • Vocab Exercises with meaning and memory aid


Although we have shared all the information with you on our website, if there are any queries that are unaddressed,
you can find the answers to them below in our FAQs:

The GRE is a 4-hour computerized exam required for admission to graduate school. The maximum score on the GRE, which is a combination of the Quantitative and Verbal sections, is 340. The test is mainly computer-based. You can attempt GRE once in 21 days and a maximum of 5 times in a period of 12 months. Your GRE score is valid for 5 years.

The multi-stage format presents questions according to each individual’s ability level. These questions are chosen from a pool of test questions categorized by content and difficulty. The MST GRE will adapt on the section level rather than on the question level. In other words, the computer will select the next section (not a question) based on how you did in the previous section. You will be able to skip a question or go back to change it later by using a new mark and review feature. A key part of preparing for the GRE is to understand the MST format and how your score is determined.

The GRE has three sections – a Verbal Section, a Quantitative Section, and an Analytical Writing Section. The Quantitative and Verbal Sections are each out of 170 points making the highest possible score on the GRE a 340. The Analytical Writing Section is scored on an independent scale where a student gets a score from 0 to 6, with 6 being the highest. The Analytical Writing Score does not affect the overall score out of 340 points.

The GRE is administered year-round in testing centers all across the country. The only restriction on taking the test is that you may not take the GRE more than one time in any calendar month, even if you have taken the test and canceled your scores. When you should take the GRE depends on the application deadline of the school to which you are applying and if you think you may need to take it more than once.

This depends on the University that you are applying to, if that particular university needs you to submit your IELTS/TOEFL score then you may have to write IELTS/TOEFL. Please speak to your consultant for more details.

The GRE fees in Indian rupees are roughly Rs. 15,912 ($1= Rs 74.70) approximately. (updated on 22 April 2022)

It depends on your comfort level, but at the same time, you should consider that GRE scores remain valid for 5 years whereas IELTS/TOEFL scores are valid only for 2 years.