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 year.  It is similar to the SAT in style, and has three sections: ​ Analytic (writing), Verbal, and Quantitative. year.  It is similar to the SAT in style, and has three sections: ​ Analytic (writing), Verbal, and Quantitative.
  
-The Math Subject GRE is a whole other subject. ​ It is **only offered THREE (3) times a year**, **twice** in the fall (usually October and November) and **once** in the spring (usually April). It is a written test that you take in person, and covers more areas of math than you have probably taken as an undergraduate math major (especially if you take the test as a junior in spring or even as a senior in the fall). ​ Roughly speaking, the test is{{ :​butterfly_proof.jpg?​nolink&​300|}} +The Math Subject GRE is a whole other subject. ​ It is **only offered THREE (3) times a year**, **twice** in the fall (usually October and November) and **once** in the spring (usually April). It is a written test that you take in person, and covers more areas of math than you have probably taken as an undergraduate math major (especially if you take the test as a junior in spring or even as a senior in the fall). ​ Roughly speaking, the test is 
-  * 50% Calculus (21A-D, 22B).+  * 50% Calculus (21A-D, 22B). {{ :​butterfly_proof.jpg?​nolink&​300|}}
   * 25% Algebra: Abstract algebra (150A-C) and number theory (115AB), linear algebra (22A or 67, 167), and a little high school algebra.   * 25% Algebra: Abstract algebra (150A-C) and number theory (115AB), linear algebra (22A or 67, 167), and a little high school algebra.
   * 25% Additional Topics: ​   * 25% Additional Topics: ​
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