The GRE is the Graduate Records Examination, a test given to undergraduate students to evaluate general knowledge before acceptance into a graduate-level program. The test consists of three sections: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing. Test scores from the GRE are used to help screen candidates, and it is often part of the admissions process for a graduate-level program.
The videos here provide academic lectures that are designed to give you an edge in terms of understanding what will be on the GRE. They will also help you prepare for the test questions.