The GRE is a two-part test：
1. Chinese. This part has a reading test, synonyms, antonyms, fill-in-the-blanks, and a comparison of meanings.
2. Math. This section consists of simple math questions, such as those involving geometry, algebra, statistical diagrams, intelligence tests, and other topics. The major objective of the test is to evaluate candidates' capability for solving mathematical problems and their knowledge of them.
The test is modified to correct the final result rather than awarding one point for each question. Exams for math and Chinese are objective questions with 20 questions in each section. If the first section has a correct rate of 8 or more, the order moves into the medium range. The average test score is typically no more than 155. even though the extreme result can reach 162. When the first part's right rate is 14 or higher, the test moves into the difficult mode, which is essentially a condition that must be met by test takers who want to get a high score of more than 160.
Additionally, the arithmetic and Chinese sections have extremely rigid grading guidelines. The scoring criteria, using multiple-choice questions as an example, is that all of the right answers receive credit. In other words, incorrect answers, missing answers, or several incorrect answers will invalidate the results for the entire question. The difficulty of the GRE score is also in part determined by this scale.
Medium must be the first Section. If you know less than 7 questions in this section, the following section of the same type will switch to Easy mode (130–151), then to 7–13. Median mode (143–161), and then to 14–20. after which you can enter Hard mode (score range 151-170).
The Median model would include seven GRE errors, so the score should be 143-161.
A student who completes the first section with 11 correct answers is granted access to the intermediate library and receives a bonus point (8 correct answers are guaranteed). Enter the medium bank; answer 12 of the second section's questions correctly; your final score will be 130 (bottom) + 11 + 12 + 1 (bonus point) = 154;
The multiple choice mistake rate is high and the reading accuracy rate is 55%; the filling in the blanks rate is 65%. (2 out of 6 is great, all correct; Three-empty question error rate is relatively high)
If we want to keep scoring, we can later improve the accuracy of the following three blank questions and multiple-choice questions. It is advised that you place multiple choice questions and three blanks last on the page.