GRE Prep

gre lectures in lagos

Address of GRE exam centre in Nigeria? Where is the best GRE lectures centre in Lagos or Nigeria? Good news, you have just found your answers.

With Tractrain’s unmatched track record of success, it’s no surprise that the most ambitious GRE test takers choose Tractrain expert GRE Prep every year. Start now.

Prepare for the GRE test with classroom (weekend and weekdays) and GRE private lecture options with Tractrain. Tractratrain offers the most advanced GRE curriculum with a team of instructors who have all demonstrated mastery of the GRE exam. Does our classroom prep come with a score guarantee? The answer is yes. If your score does not improve after you complete our GRE course, you are welcome to retake our course a second time, completely free of charge.

New GRE prep session starts first and third Saturday of every month. Tractrain expert GRE classes in Lagos currently holds in Victoria Island and Ikeja (weekdays and weekends options available).

GRE lectures in Lekki phase 1 and Victoria Island axis: Tractrain Prep and admission centre, 29, Awudu Ekpegha Street, Off Admiralty way, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria., Lagos.

GRE classes in Ikeja, Lagos: Tractrain Expert Prep, First floor, 10 Sule Abuka Street (beside GTBank on Opebi road), off Opebi road, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.

GRE lessons and classes in Abuja (Private and group prep available):Tractrain Prep, 8, Lake Chad Crescent (Towana Building), Maitama, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.

To schedule your GRE exam in Nigeria, contact Electronic Test Company click here.

Prep Includes: Includes free GRE practice materials, complete GRE content, short cut techniques, maths foundation(if required) and a robust client support/feedback system.
We also have an excellent admission package(best value), learn about it here.

Click the next tab to see our fees and affordable prep plans. Register now or Call +234-803-355-7712.

Seasoned professionals ensure the robustness of our offerings. With Tractrain experts, you’ll succeed in your quest to move ahead with your career and educational (MBA, MSc, PhD) goals; that’s a guarantee. (see our recent testimonials).

Ekuase Uzebu, Kellogg Business Schoo(MBA)

Seun Fajebe, Lagos Business School(MBA)

Nnena Okoro, London Business School, (Sloan)

Fees (other options)



*Early-bird discount (pay 2 weeks
or earlier before start dates)
Pre-assessment may be required
Live classroom in group GRE class
12 sessions (24 hours)
6 weeks (Saturdays)
Weekdays option available
Class re-admittance not available



*Early-bird discount (pay 2 weeks
or earlier before start dates)
Group GRE classroom sessions
1 private class included
14 sessions(28 hrs) total
7 weeks (Saturdays)
Weekday option available
Extra focus on client weak areas
Class workbook included
Ideal for first-timers

Private Prep

Fee: Call

Premium service (most popular)
Fully live personalized prep
Ideal for those targeting scholarships
Key GRE strategies
Delivered by seasoned experts
Prep at our facility or yours.
Weekday or weekend prep option.
Maths foundation included (optional)
Ideal for those with little maths exposure

Want to ace the new (revised) GRE?

The overall testing time for the computer-based GRE® revised General Test is about three hours and 45 minutes. There are six sections with a 10-minute break following the third section.

The new GRE includes major changes to question types.
For example, the analytical writing questions will become more focused, but you will still have an analyze-the-argument essay and a perspective-on-an-issue essay.

For the issue essay, you will be asked to express to what extent you agree or disagree with a given statement or recommendation, and to demonstrate that you think through the consequences of your position.

For the argument essay, you will be asked to write regarding what assumptions the author makes in a given argument, or what evidence would make his argument stronger.

On the verbal reasoning section, the question types have undergone a major change. Also, antonyms and analogies has been completely taken out from the test. Test takers will now face reading comprehension questions in which you must select more than one answer choice for a given question, and other reading comprehension questions which require you to click on a sentence in the passage which answers the question (called “select-in-passage” questions). Text completionquestions are also expanded (both 2-blank and 3-blank text completions), and regular sentence completion questions have been replaced with “sentence equivalence” questions, in which you must pick more than one answer choice that would produce equivalent sentences, given the blanks in the sentence.

Math questions will undergo the least amount of change, and there is no indication that the math concepts you need to know will increase. There are, however, a few changes to the question types.Multiple choice questions, quantitative comparison questions, data interpretation, and numeric entry questions will remain on the test, but some multiple choice questions will have the directions to “select one or more answer choices” that answer the question.

Apart from the changes in question types, another major change in the GRE test is in the test taking experience Users will now have access to an on-screen calculator.

Users will also have the ability to skip around within a section to go back and change their answer if they decide to change it. Users can also mark items for “review” as they are taking the test in order to return to them later.

A third major change to the GRE is that it’s scoring scale is undergoing a major change. Your score will no longer be on a scale of 800 for each section. Instead, both the verbal reasoning and the quantitative reasoning will be scored on a scale of 130-170. With the old scoring, a different of 10 or 20 points looks big, but in actuality are very similar scores. With the new scoring, a difference of 1 or 2 points actually looks minor, when in fact it is minor.

If you are interested, though, you can find complete information regarding the revised GRE from the test maker on the official revised GRE info page. Structure of the Computer-based Test

Number of Questions
Alloted 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




*An unidentified unscored section may be included and may appear in any order after the Analytical Writing section. It is not counted as part of your score.
**An identified research section that is not scored may be included, and it is always at the end of the test.
The Analytical Writing section will always be first, while the other five sections may appear in any order.

GRE exam centers in Nigeria


JKK House, 229 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju, Lagos

Reliance S&T Limited, 127, Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos


Global Distance Learning Institute, Plot 825 Ralph Shabeinde street, off Ahmadu Bello way, Central Business District, Abuja

Galaxy Uniprep Centre, 3, Al-khums Close, Off Lingu Crescent, Opposite Red Cross Office, Abuja.

We recommend you register for the exclusive TRACTRAIN new GRE prep (call: +2348033557712,+2347061312241) as soon as possible to achieve a competitive score for your targeted gradschool.

To make payments for TRACTRAIN services, please call:+234-906-000-1365, for bank details. Thank you.

"The TRACTRAIN GMAT prep programme was really good. I gained a lot from it." - Adewumi Mobolaji
view more