In GRE CAT the questions are answered on a computer instead of paper and the questioner differs from person to person depending on their intellect.
GRE CAT is a computer adaptive test. Therefore the examinee is provided with questions by computer.
- If the examinee answers correctly, the next questions are harder. If the examinee answers incorrectly, the next questions are easier.
- The questions are pulled from a large pool of questions and delivered depending on the student's running score.
- These questions are regularly updated to prevent them from being compromised by students recording questions.
- Finally the score is not calculated only on the difficult situation created by computers but also on the fact that computer catches silly mistakes by examinees and mark it in a peculiar way.
- There is negative marking for every question you don't attempt but, there is no negative marking for wrong answer. So, do not leave any question.