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The GRE verbal reasoning section is most difficult and requires maximum preparation (Good vocabulary is key to success).
The verbal test is scored on a scale of 130-170, in 1-point increments.
GRE Verbal exam has questions on Reading Comprehension, Text Completion, Sentence Equivalence.
The test consists of 1300+ questions. You have to select right synonym.
Usage of macerate ...
I macerate the sliced berries in a little lemon juice and sugar, then spoon them over homemade shortbread cookies and top the whole thing with fresh whipped cream with a hint of vanilla." "I like to make a strawberry-rosemary sorbet, and I serve it ...
If it is sour fruit, you might want to add sugar to macerate a bit first.) Put the butter in the bottom of a 9-by-9 glass or ceramic baking dish and stick dish in the hot oven to melt the butter. While the butter melts, combine all the other non-fruit ...
For the great rosés of Europe, the winemakers "bleed" red grapes as they macerate with their skins: using an aperture in the bottom of the cask or stainless-steel vat, they draw off some of the wine before it achieves its full color. ...
... and the other I didn't cook at all, just stirred the sugar into the juice until it dissolved, added in the peels (which I had removed with a vegetable peeler), and set it in the fridge to macerate overnight, to strain off the next day. ...
Toughest GRE Words
Below are some words (from our collection of 1300+ words) which were answered wrong by most users..
- quibble : try to avoid by sophistication
- arrant : in the highest degree
- recreancy : cowardly
- foment : put something warm (to lessen the pain)
- lucubrate : write in scholarly fashion
How Important is Verbal GRE?
Lot of international students ask... : I have a good score in TOEFL and if GRE Verbal really important? The short answer is YES. Again to improve vocabulary learn words/synonyms and their usage. Practice as much as you can. Reading quality text is very important(swallowing vocab words may not help a lot).
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