In the age of electronics, even the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is computerized, and the electronic version presents questions based on your previous answers. Don’t be intimidated, though; taking the computerized version should be no problem for you if you remember these three tips:

  • The first five or so questions in each section are critical, so take your time to answer them correctly.

  • You can’t skip and go back to a question, so guess quickly and move on when you’re stumped. Remember: You benefit from answering every question more than you lose by getting a few wrong.

  • Keep an eye on the clock. Sprint to the end if you have to, being sure to fill in something for every answer before time runs out.