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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.


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  suspended action
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Usage of abeyance ...
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the decision of the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to keep in abeyance the 2007 circular on Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR) on Flight Time (FT) and Flight Duty Time Limitation (FDTL) for pilots of the ...

Musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra voted Friday to extend the terms of a contract-within-a-contract, again holding a scheduled raise in abeyance. The current collective-bargaining agreement with players called for an increase in base minimum ...

The President of India's decision to reject death row convict Devinderpal Singh Bhullar's mercy petition on Wednesday after keeping it in abeyance for eight years has drawn flak from Bhullar's wife Navneet Kaur Bhullar. In a telephonic conversation, ...

Official sources said that that termination of the reemployed contract officials has been kept in abeyance by the General Manager Operations to protect his favorite and influential officials by violating the orders circulated by the Establishment ...

SALT LAKE CITY — The former North Salt Lake city attorney and prosecutor entered a guilty plea in abeyance to drug-related charges Tuesday. David Michael Nielsen, 44, of Bountiful, pleaded to one count of attempted ...

Toughest GRE Words

Below are some words (from our collection of 1300+ words) which were answered wrong by most users..
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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impasse : a position or situation from which there is no escape; deadlock

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