VOCABULARY 1200:Our students cover 1200 of the most common words in the GRE. In the Regular Classes, students cover 400 words while 800 words are covered in a special vocabulafry class called WORD GYM.

The results our alumni achieve are unmatched in Nepal.

Our lesson plans are laid out meticulously and focus solely on abilities tested in official questions.

Students of elite colleges in Nepal and India choose NIEC. Toppers come to NIEC to study the GRE.

NIEC is the first institute to formulate lesson plans and impart instruction for the Revised GRE.

Hundreds of success stories, more experience than anyone in the industry, a better understanding of testing areas…what more can a student ask for?

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Move to the lab after class to enjoy high speed surfing or research your course or college/universities options. The library provides a quiet atmosphere for serious study and houses over 3000 volumes.

Our E-Library gives you the luxury of practice from the comfort of your home.

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After you complete your course, you can still use the facilities on board and take repeat classes for any section you are having a problem with. We also assist you in selecting colleges and universities and placing you in them.


The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools in the United States, in other English-speaking countries and for English-taught graduate and business programs world-wide. Created and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS) in 1949, the exam aims to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE General Test is offered as a computer-based, computer adaptive exam administered by selected qualified testing centers worldwide.

The GRE Consists of:

Verbal Reasoning:

Reading Comprehension and CR: These questions test your ability to understand the structure of a test, analyze a text and reach conclusions about it, identify the author’s assumptions and perspective, distinguish between minor and major points, understand how parts of a text relate to each other and reason from incomplete data to infer missing information among other things.

Text Completion: This question tests your ability to understand the correlation between componential pafrts of sentences and texts. This question consists of 1-5 sentences with 1-3 blanks with several answer choices for each blank.

Sentence Equivalence: This question consists of a single sentence with 1 blank and 6 answer choices. Test takers are required to choose 2 answers.


Quantitative Reasoning:

Multiple-choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice

These are multiple choice questions that ask you to select 1 answer from among 5 choices.
Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices

These are multiple choice questions that ask you to select more than 1 answer. A question may or may not tell you how many choices you are required to select.

Numeric Entry Questions

Questions of this type ask you either to enter the answer as an integer or a decimal in a single answer box or to enter it as a fraction in two separate boxes

Quantitative Comparison Questions

These questions ask you to compare 2 quantities and then choose 1 answer that best describes the comparison from among 4 choices.


Analytical Writing Assessment:

Analysis of an Issue: This essay tests your ability to analyze the complexities behind an issue or opinion and form a persuasive position on the same issue or opinion.

Analysis of an Argument: The Analyze an Argument task assesses your ability to understand, analyze and evaluate arguments and to clearly convey your evaluation in writing.


Number of Questions

Allotted Time

Analytical Writing
(One section with two separately timed tasks)

One “Analyze an Issue” task and one “Analyze an Argument” task

30 minutes per task

Verbal Reasoning
(Two sections)

Approximately 20 questions per section

30 minutes per section

Quantitative Reasoning
(Two sections)

Approximately 20 questions per section

35 minutes per section

Unscored and Research



NIEC GRE Fact File:

Class Duration:

7 weeks, (1 hour each for verbal and Quant sections) with classes from Sunday to Thursday and Full length Testing on Fridays.

Workshops: Advanced Workshops for every Verbal/AWA modules every week.