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GRE Subject Test: Literature in English

What is test pattern for GRE English Literature No. of Questions: 230 Syllabus and Question Paper Pattern The approximate distribution of questions according to content categories is indicated by the following outline.     Literary Analysis (40–55%)     Interpretation of passages of prose and poetry. Such questions may involve recognition of conventions and genres, allusions and references, meaning and tone, grammatical structures and rhetorical strategies, and literary techniques.     Identification (15–20%)     Recognition of date, author or work by style and/or content (for literary theory identifications see IV below).     Cultural and Historical Contexts (20–25%)     Knowledge of literary, cultural and intellectual history as well as identification of author or work through a critical statement or biographical information. Also identification of details of character, plot or setting of a work.     History and Theory of Literary Criticism (10–15%)     Identification and analysi

GRE Subject Test: Biology

What is the test pattern for GRE Biology No. of Questions 190 Each question contains 5 choices Syllabus & Question Paper Pattern I. CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (33–34%) Fundamentals of cellular biology, genetics and molecular biology are addressed. Major topics in cellular structure and function include prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, metabolic pathways and their regulation, membrane dynamics and cell surfaces, organelles, cytoskeleton, and cell cycle. Major areas in genetics and molecular biology include viruses, chromatin and chromosomal structure, genomic organization and maintenance, and the regulation of gene expression. The cellular basis of immunity and the mechanisms of antigen-antibody interactions are included. Attention is also given to experimental methodology.     Cellular Structure and Function (16–17%)         Biological compounds             Macromolecular structure and bonding             Abiotic origin of biological molecules         Enzyme acti

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