Some students find that they are naturally suited to perform better on the GRE, while others find that they generally perform better on the GMAT. Both tests include Quantitative, Verbal, and Analytical Writing sections. Some of the content and the question types are different. For example, the GMAT tests grammar, while the GRE tests vocabulary.
If you are deciding between preparing for the GRE or GMAT, first check to make sure that the programs to which you are applying accept both tests. If you can apply with either test, we recommend that you take a full-length practice GRE and a full-length practice GMAT. Compare your scores and your overall comfort with each test. Then plan to prepare for and take the test on which you feel that you will perform your best.
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