For the quantitative and verbal reasoning assessments of the GRE revised General test, the scores range from 130 to 170 points. For the analytic writing section, scores range from to , in half-point increments. There are two verbal and two math sections on the GRE revised General test. The first of both sections is not computer adaptive, but the difficulty of questions that you'll be given for the second section is dependent on how well you did on the first section. The essay section of the GRE is composed on the computer, but both writing tasks are graded by trained readers.
Your score on the essay section of the GRE exam is used by graduate schools to evaluate your writing and analytical skills. Two separate trained readers will read your essays. They will score each essay based on many factors, and the scores will be combined and averaged. Scores are given on a range from zero to six, in half-point increments. The ETS provides the criteria that are used to score the issue and argument essays. Although in the essay section grammar and spelling are important, it is much more important that you concentrate on writing a coherent, complete, and persuasive essay.
Yet another of the editorial's shortcomings has to do with the number of books in the Fern County library system. The mere fact that the system boasts a great number of books per capita does not necessarily mean that the supply is adequate or that it will be adequate in the future. A full assessment of whether the remaining branches provide adequate shelf space and/or printed materials would require detailed information about the library system's inventory vis-à-vis the current and anticipated needs and interests of Fern County residents. If more, or more types, of printed books and periodicals are needed, then it would appear in retrospect that converting the Northside branch to a computer training center was a bad idea.