GRE Verbal Practice Test
The free GRE exam is used to aid graduate programs in deciding which applicants to accept to their schools. The GRE has several categories. This practice test will cover the Verbal Reasoning portion. The GRE Verbal Reasoning practice test is specifically designed to make sure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the GRE and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Verbal Reasoning portion of the GRE. The Verbal Reasoning portion will consist of 40 multiple-choice questions that will address three main topics.
These topics are as follows: Analyzing and drawing conclusions and identifying the author’s intent; Summarizing text and understanding text structure; and Understanding word, sentence, and entire text meanings. Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have made sure that the GRE Verbal Reasoning practice test will cover these topics thoroughly. When taking this portion of the GRE, it is important to remember that the test-taker should be able to complete the entire test in three hours and forty-five minutes. So, plan the timing for each section accordingly.
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Last Updated: 05/18/2017