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Will you please provide me the previous year question papers of GRE Examination??

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22. How many of the six corporate sectors listed each
contributed more than $60 million to the arts in both
1988 and 1991?
(A) One
(B) Two
(C) three
(D) Four
(E) Five

23. Approximately how many million dollars more did
the wholesale sector contribute to the arts in 1988
than in 1991?
(A) 10.4
(B) 12.6
(C) 14.0
(D) 16.5
(E) 19.2







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Section 1-Verbal Ability
30 Questions-30 Minutes
Antonym Directions: In each of the following antonym questions, a work printed in capital letters precedes five lettered words or phrases. From these five lettered words or phrases, pick the one most nearly opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.
1. PRODIGAL:
(A) nomad
(B) sycophant
(C) gifted child (D) economical person
(E) antagonist
2. ARTIFICE:
(A) edifice
(B) sincerity
(C) prejudice (D) creativity
(E) affirmation
Sentence Completion Directions: Each of the following sentence completion questions contains one or two blanks. These blanks signify that word or set or works has been left out. Below each sentence are five words or sets of words. For each blank, pick the word or set of words that best reflects the sentence's overall meaning.
3. The earth is a planet bathed in light; it is therefore ----- that many of the living organisms that have evolved on the earth have ----- the biologically advantageous capacity to trap light energy.
(A) anomalous...engendered
(B) unsurprising...developed
(C) predictable...forfeited
(D) problematic...exhibited
(E) expectable...relinquished
4. Relatively few politicians willingly forsake center stage, although a touch of --- on their parts now and again might well increase their popularity with the voting public.
(A) garrulity
(B) misanthropy
(C) self-effacement (D) self-dramatization
(E) self-doubt
Analogy Directions: Each of the following analogy questions presents a related pair of words linked by a colon. Five lettered pairs of words follow the linked pair. Choose the lettered pair of words whose relationship is most like the relationship expressed in the original linked pair.
5. CIRCUITOUS : ROUTE ::
(A) problematic : solution
(B) devious : argument?
(C) gullible : incredulous (D) enigmatic : dumbfounded
(E) deferential : sycophantic

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As per your request here I am sharing the previous year question papers of GRE Examination

1. As businesses become aware that their advertising must ------ the everyday concerns of consumers, their commercials will be characterized by a greater degree of ------.
(A) allay...pessimism
(B) address...realism
(C) evade....verisimilitude
(D) engage… fancy
(E) change...sincerity

2. Because the lawyer's methods were found to be ------, the disciplinary committee ------- his privileges.
(A) unimpeachable...suspended
(B) ingenious...withdrew
(C) questionable...expanded
(D) unscrupulous...revoked
(E) reprehensible...augmented

3. People of intelligence and achievement can none- theless be so ------ and lacking in ------ that they gamble their reputations by breaking the law to further their own ends.
(A) devious...propensity
(B) culpable...prosperity
(C) obsequious...deference
(D) truculent... independence
(E) greedy... integrity

4. A number of scientists have published articles------- global warming, stating ------- that there is no solid scientific evidence to support the theory that the Earth is warming because of increases in greenhouse gases.
(A) debunking...categorically
(B) rejecting...paradoxically
(C) deploring...optimistically
(D) dismissing...hesitantly
(E) proving...candidly

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I am preparing for GRE (Graduate Record Examination) will you please give here previous papers for GRE (Graduate Record Examination)?
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Educational Testing Services (ETS), United States of America conducts the standardized examination GRE (Graduate Record Examination).

GRE :
GRE measuring the ability of a candidate which is demanded by institutes in abroad for providing admission in various streams of a program .

As you requires I am here giving you previous papers for GRE.

Sample paper :

1. We first became aware that her support for the new
program was less than---- when she declined to
make a speech in its favor.
(A) qualified
(B) haphazard
(C) fleeting
(D) unwarranted
(E) wholehearted

2. When a person suddenly loses consciousness, a
bystander is not expected to ---- the problem but to
attempt to ---- its effects by starting vital functions
if they are absent
(A) cure.. precipitate
(B) minimize.. predict
(C) determine.. detect
(D) diagnose.. counter
(E) magnify.. evaluate

3. The remark was only slightly ----, inviting a
chuckle, perhaps, but certainly not a ----.
(A) audible.. reward
(B) hostile.. shrug
(C) amusing.. rebuke
(D) coherent.. reaction
(E) humorous.. guffaw

4. Doors were closing on our past, and soon the values
we had lived by would become so obsolete that we
would seem to people of the new age as ----as
travelers from an ancient land.
(A) elegant
(B) ambitious
(C) interesting
(D) comfortable
(E) quaint

5. Ability to ---- is the test of the perceptive historian,
a history, after all, consists not only of what the
historian has included, but also, in some sense, of
what has been left out.
(A) defer
(B) select
(C) confer
(D) devise
(E) reflect

6. Some artists immodestly idealize or exaggerate the
significance of their work; yet others, ---- to exalt
the role of the artist, reject a transcendent view of art
(A) appearing
(B) disdaining
(C) seeking
(D) failing
(E) tending

7. Estimating the risks of radiation escaping from a
nuclear power plant is ---- question, but one whose
answer then becomes part of a value-laden,
emotionally charged policy debate about whether to
construct such a plant.
(A) an incomprehensible
(B) an undefined
(C) an irresponsible
(D) a divisive
(E) a technical

8. TREE: FORESTRY::
(A) tractor: agriculture
(B) experiment: laboratory
(C) fuel: combustion
(D) flower: horticulture
(E) generator: electricity

9. COMMAND: REQUEST
(A) presume: inquire
(B) recommend: propose
(C) summon: invite
(D) refuse: rebel
(E) authorize: permit

10. PESTLE: GRIND::
(A) whetstone: sharpen
(B) balloon: float
(C) mill: turn
(D) hinge: fasten
(E) switch: conduct

11. ILLITERACY: EDUCATION
(A) bureaucracy: clarification
(B) oppression: agreement
(C) vagrancy: travel
(D) inequity: redistribution
(E) inclemency: evasion

12. REVERENCE: RESPECT::
(A) resiliency: vitality
(B) appreciation: dependency
(C) avidity: enthusiasm
(D) imagination: creativity
(E) audacity: sentiment

13. APOSTROPHES:WORD
(A) letters: alphabet
(B) verbs: syntax
(C) ellipses: sentence
(D) commas: punctuation
(E) paragraphs: essay

14. EXAGGERATION: CARICATURE::
(A) craft: art
(B) detail: sketch
(C) illusion: story
(D) brevity: epigram
(E) sophistication: farce

15. MALLEABLE: SHAPE
(A) apathetic: emotion
(B) irresolute: opinion
(C) demonstrable: evidence
(D) irredeemable: value
(E) gustatory: taste

16. BOLSTER: SUPPORT::
(A) axis: revolve
(B) spackle: paint
(C) leakage: caulk
(D) heat: insulate
(E) tackle: hoist

17.Part of the Harris and Gass hypothesis about the Red
Sea rift would be weakened if it could be demonstrated
that the composition of upper rock layers
(A) cannot cause a suture to develop
(B) has no effect on where a suture will occur
(C) cannot provide information about the nature of
underlying rocks
(D) is similar on the two sides of a rift unless a suture
divides the two sides
(E) is usually different from the composition of
underlying rocks
18.It can be inferred from the passage that the "Other
geologists" (line 8) would be most likely to agree with
which of the following statements?
(A) Similar geological features along both sides of a
possible suture imply the existence of that suture
(B) Sutures can be discovered only where they are not
obscured by superimposed geological features.
(C) The composition of igneous rocks permits pre- diction of the likelihood of a rift developing
through them.
(D) It is possible to date igneous rocks by carefully
studying the different kinds of rare metals
contained in them and by observing their simi- larity to the layer of rock that lies above them.
(E) The existence of rock layers on one side of a rift
that are similar in composition to rock layers on
the other side suggests that no suture exists
between the two sides.
19.It can be inferred from the passage that Harris and
Gass have done which of the following?
(A) Drawn detailed diagrams of the Red Sea rift.
(B) Based their conclusions on the way in which
sutures develop in the Earth's crust.
(C) Rejected other geologists objections to their
hypothesis about the Red Sea rift.
(D) Suggested that the presence of rare metals in
rocks indicates an underlying suture.
(E) Asserted that rifts usually occur along the lines
of sutures
20.According to the passage, Harris and Gass have
mentioned all of the following properties of rocks
along the Red Sea rift EXCEPT
(A) age of the upper layers of rock
(B) structure of the upper layers of rocks
(C) geochemical content of the upper layers of rocks
(D) metallic content of the underlying igneous rocks
(E) age of the underlying igneous rocks
Proponents of different jazz styles have always argued
that their predecessors, musical style did not include
essential characteristics that define jazz as jazz. Thus,
1940's swing was belittled by beboppers of the 1950's,
(5)who were themselves attacked by free jazzers of the
1960's. The neoboppers of the 1980's and 1990's attacked
almost everybody else. The titanic figure of Black saxo- phonist John Coltrane has complicated the arguments made
by proponents of styles from bebop through neobop
(10)because in his own musical journey he drew from all those
styles. His influence on all types of jazz was immeasurable.
At the height of his popularity, Coltrane largely abandoned
playing bebop, the style that had brought him fame, to
explore the outer reaches of jazz.
(15) Coltrane himself probably believed that the only essential
characteristic of jazz was improvisation, the one constant
in his journey from bebop to open-ended improvisations on
modal, Indian, and African melodies. On the other hand,
this dogged student and prodigious technician— who
(20)insisted on spending hours each day practicing scales from
theory books-was never able to jettison completely the
influence of bebop, with its fast and elaborate chains of
notes and ornaments on melody.
Two stylistic characteristics shaped the way Coltrane
(25)played the tenor saxophone, he favored playing fast runs
of notes built on a melody and depended on heavy, regu- larly accented beats. The first led Coltrane to "sheets of
sound." where he raced faster and faster, pile-driving notes
into each other to suggest stacked harmonies. The second
(30)meant that his sense of rhythm was almost as close to rock
as to bebop.
Three recordings illustrate Coltrane's energizing explor- ations. Recording Kind of Blue with Miles Davis, Coltrane
found himself outside bop, exploring modal melodies. Here
(35)he played surging, lengthy solos built largely around
repeated motifs-an organizing principle unlike that of
free jazz saxophone player Ornette Coleman, who modu- lated or altered melodies in his solos. On Giant Steps,
Coltrane debuted as leader, introducing his own composi-
(40)tions. Here the sheets of sound, downbeat accents, repe- titions, and great speed are part of each solo, and the
variety of the shapes of his phrases is unique. Coltrane's
searching explorations produced solid achievement. My
Favorite Things was another kind of watershed. Here
(45)Coltrane played the soprano saxophone, an instrument
seldom used by jazz musicians. Musically, the results were
astounding. With the soprano's piping sound, ideas that had
sounded dark and brooding acquired a feeling of giddy
fantasy.
(50) When Coltrane began recording for the Impulse! label,
he was still searching. His music became raucous, physical.
His influence on rockers was enormous, including Jimi
Hendrix, the rock guitarist, who following Coltrane, raised
the extended guitar solo using repeated motifs to a kind of
rock art form.
21.The primary purpose of the passage is to
(A) discuss the place of Coltrane in the world of jazz
and describe his musical explorations
(B) examine the nature of bebop and contrast it with
improvisational jazz
(C) analyze the musical sources of Coltrane's style
and their influence on his work
(D) acknowledge the influence of Coltrane's music on
rock music and rock musicians
(E) discuss the arguments that divide the proponents
of different jazz styles
22.The author implies that which of the following would
have been an effect of Coltrane's having chosen
to play the tenor rather than the soprano saxophone onMy Favorite Things?
(A) The tone of the recording would have been more
somber.
(B) The influence of bebop on the recording would
have been more obvious
(C) The music on the recording would have sounded
less raucous and physical
(D) His influence on rock music might have been less
pervasive.
(E) The style of the recording would have been
indistinguishable from that on Kind of Blue
23.Which of the following best describes the organization
of the fourth paragraph?
(A) A thesis referred to earlier in the passage is
mentioned and illustrated with three specific
examples
(B) A thesis is stated and three examples are given
each suggesting that a correction needs to be
made to a thesis referred to earlier in the
passage
(C) A thesis referred to earlier in the passage is
mentioned, and three examples are presented and
ranked in order of their support of the thesis.
(D) A thesis is stated, three seemingly opposing
examples are presented, and their underlying
correspondence is explained
(E) A thesis is stated, three dissimilar examples are
considered, and the thesis is restated.
24.According to the passage, John Coltrane did all of the
following during his career EXCEPT
(A) improvise on melodies from a number of different
cultures
(B) perform as leader as well as soloist
(C) spend time improving his technical skills
(D) experiment with the sounds of various instruments
(E) eliminate the influence of bebop on his own music
25.The author mentions the work of Ornette Coleman in
the fourth paragraph in order to do which of the following?
(A) Expand the discussion by mentioning the work of
a saxophone player who played in Coltrane's
style.
(B) Compare Coltrane's solos with the work of
another jazz artist.
(C) Support the idea that rational organizing principles
need to be applied to artistic work .
(D) Show the increasing intricacy of Coltrane's work
after he abandoned bebop
(E) Indicate disagreement with the way Coltrane
modulated the motifs in his lengthy solos.
26.According to the passage, a major difference between
Coltrane and other jazz musicians was the
(A) degree to which Coltrane's music encompassed
all of jazz
(B) repetition of motifs that Coltrane used in his solos
(C) number of his own compositions that Coltrane
recorded
(D) indifference Coltrane maintained to musical
technique
(E) importance Coltrane placed on rhythm in jazz
27.In terms of its tone and form, the passage can best be
characterized as
(A) dogmatic explanation
(B) indignant denial
(C) enthusiastic praise
(D) speculative study
(E) lukewarm review
28. RECORD
(A) postpone
(B) disperse
(C) delete
(D) delay
(E) devise
29. EMBED
(A) induce
(B) extend
(C) extract
(D) receive
(E) diverge
30. WHOLESOME
(A) deleterious
(B) submissive
(C) provoking
(D) monotonous
(E) rigorous
31. EXTINCTION:
(A) immunity
(B) mutation
(C) inhibition
(D) formulation
(E) perpetuation
32. CURSE:
(A) exoneration
(B) untruth
(C) redress
(D) benediction
(E) separation
33. DECORUM
(A) constant austerity
(B) false humility
(C) impropriety
(D) incompetence
(E) petulance
34. AGGRANDIZE:
(A) misrepresent
(B) disparage
(C) render helpless
(D) take advantage of
(E) shun the company of
35. VIGILANT
(A) reluctant
(B) haphazard
(C) gullible
(D) ignorant
(E) oblivious
36. FASTIDIOUS
(A) coarse
(B) destructive
(C) willing
(D) collective
(E) secret
37. TRACTABLE
(A) indefatigable
(B) incorrigible
(C) insatiable
(D) impractical
(E) impetuous
38. RESCISSION
(A) expansion
(B) enactment
(C) instigation
(D) stimulation
(E) abdication


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As per your concern I will help you to get the GRE question paper and syllabus, study material so that you cannot face any kind of problem while preparing for the exam.

Here is the paper of GRE

GRE Question paper 1

GRE Question paper 2

Here I have some names of the books which hlps you to prepare for the exam of GRE.

The Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test (With CD) (English) 2nd Edition



Barrons GRE (English) 20th Edition



GRE Premier 2015 with 6 Practice Tests Book + DVD + Online + Mobile (English)



Here is the exam syllabus GRE.
Physics Syllabus
Basic Mechanics(20%)
Quantum Mechanics(12%)
Electromagnetism(18%)
Optics and Wave Phenomena(9%)
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics(10%)
Atomic Physics(10%)
Special Relativity(6%)
Laboratory Methods(6%)
Nuclear and Particle Physics(9%)

The GRE Physics Test will have approximately 100 FIVE-CHOICE questions in GRE Exam.

GRE CHEMISTRY
Inorganic Chemistry(25%)
Analytical chemistry(15%)
Organic Chemistry(30%)
Physical Chemistry(30%)
The GRE Chemistry Test will have approximately 130 MULTIPLE-CHOICE questions in GRE.

GRE BIOLOGY
Organismal Biology(33-34%)
Ecology and Evolution(33-34%)
Cellular and Molecular Biology(33-34%)
The GRE Biology Test will have approximately 194 FIVE-CHOICE questions in GRE 2013 Exam.

GRE BIOCHEMISTRY, CELL AND MOLECULAR

Biochemistry(36%)
Cell Biology(28%)
Molecular Biology and Genetics(36%)

The GRE Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology Test will have approximately 170 MULTIPLE-CHOICE questions in GRE.

GRE LITERATURE
Identify(15-20%)
Literary Analysis(40-55%)
Cultural and Historical Contexts(20-25%)
Theory and History of Criticism of Literature(10-15%)

The GRE Literature in English Test will have approximately 230 questions in GRE 2013.

GRE PSYCHOLOGY
Learning(3-5%)
Language(3-4%)
Memory(7-9%)
Thinking(4-6%)
Sensation and Perception(5-7%)
Physiological/Behavioral Neurosciences(12-14%)
Social Life(12-14%)
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Can you please give here sample exam paper for Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) I am looking here to get paper of the same ?
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Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is an entrance test for the students want to apply for admission in various graduate and business school programs in United States and other countries.

GRE is a Computer-based test can be taken by students once in every 21 Days, up to five times within any continuous period of 12 months.

As you requires I am here giving you sample paper for Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) .

GRE exam pattern :



Sample paper :
1. Of the following, which is greater than ½ ?

Indicate ALL such fractions.

A. 2/5
B. 4/7
C. 4/9
D. 5/11
E. 6/13
F. 8/15
G. 9/17

2. If an object travels at five feet per second, how many feet does it travel in one hour?

A. 30
B. 300
C. 720
D. 1800
E. 18000

3. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the multiples of ten from 10 to 190 inclusive?

A. 90
B. 95
C. 100
D. 105
E. 110

4. A cubical block of metal weighs 6 pounds. How much will another cube of the same metal weigh if its sides are twice as long?

A. 48
B. 32
C. 24
D. 18
E. 12

5. In a class of 78 students 41 are taking French, 22 are taking German. Of the students taking French or German, 9 are taking both courses. How many students are not enrolled in either course?

A. 6
B. 15
C. 24
D. 33
E. 54

6. A straight fence is to be constructed from posts 6 inches wide and separated by lengths of chain 5 feet long. If a certain fence begins and ends with a post, which of the following could be the length of the fence in feet? (12 inches = 1 foot).

Indicate ALL such answers.

A. 17
B. 28
C. 35
D. 39
E. 50

7. ( √2 - √3 )² =

A. 5 - 2√6
B. 5 - √6
C. 1 - 2√6
D. 1 - √2
E. 1


10. In the figure above AD = 4, AB = 3 and CD = 9. What is the area of triangle AEC ?

A. 18
B. 13.5
C. 9
D. 4.5
E. 3
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Will you please give here sample question paper for Graduate Record Exam (GRE) . I am doing preparation for GRE exam and requires this paper ?
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