Resources for GRE Verbal Test
GRE test has 3 section: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative reasoning and Analytical Writing.
Verbal reasoning is quite important and requires maximum preparation for international students (non English speakers).
Note: Verbal reasoning is not a substitute for TOEFL test.
GRE verbal section has three different types of questions:
- Reading Comprehension: (select one answer, select multiple answers and select within passage)
- Text Completion: (small passage with one to three blanks, you need to answer all blanks correctly to get credit)
- Sentence Equivalence: (one blank but you need to select two choices)
About GRE Verbal Reasoning Section
The goal of GRE verbal reasoning test is to measure your ability to understand and analyze written passages, to understanding meaning and context of words being used. Verbal reasoning section is the toughest section for non-native English speakers. If your first language is not English then you need to prepare for it. There are 40 questions in verbal section (2 sections with 20 questions each). Each section is of 30 minutes.