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PASCAL's Jakarta office is located in the heart of the capital's business district:

Patra Office Tower - 9th floor - suite 920
Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto kav 32 - 34
Jakarta 12950

To make an appointment for program information or personal consultation
contact us at :

Phone : +62 21 529 00 898
Fax : +62 21 529 00 899
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Test Information

The Graduate Record Examination or GRE is a skill based reasoning test that measures test takers’ critical, logical and analytical reasoning skills as well as such elements as time management and efficiency in problem solving. The GRE is a standardized intelligence test that will allow admission officers to objectively compare applicants from different parts of the world.

On August 01, 2011, the Revised GRE was introduced. In its current form, the GRE consists of 3 components, all of which are scored separately:

  • The 60-minute Analytical Writing Section consists of 2 essays: the analysis of and Issue and the Analysis of an Argument.
  • Two 35-minute Quantitative Reasoning Sections consist of approximately 20 multiple choice and open questions each pertaining to Problem Solving, Quantitative Comparisons and Data Interpretation.
  • Two Verbal Reasoning Sections of 30 minute each contain approximately 20 multiple choice questions, consisting of Text Completions, Sentence Equivalence and Reading Comprehension.

The GRE is computer adaptive; this format implies that the software adapts itself to the individual performance of the test taker. Better performance will provoke an increase in the difficulty level of the questions presented.

The Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GRE are each scored between 200 and 800 and the scoring is percentile based, comparing test takers’ performance to that of the entire population of GRE test takers. The Analytical Writing section is scored separately.