GRE Reading Comprehension

You are probably already familiar with Reading comprehension (RC) from other standardized tests. You are given a passage to read, and you are asked questions about the substance and structure of the passage. The GRE makes Reading comprehension difficult in several ways: The content is demanding. Passages focus on specific and often unfamiliar topics in […]

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GRE Argument Structure Passages

Reading Comprehension also contain another type of passage: Argument structure Passages (ASPs). Expect to see about 1-3 ASPs per section; each passage will be accompanied by a single question. ASPs on the GRE involve reading brief arguments (each argument is generally one to three sentences long) and answering questions relating to those arguments. These arguments […]

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GRE verbal reasoning format

GRE Verbal reasoning format   The GRE Verbal Reasoning measure contains three types of questions: Reading comprehension Text Completion Sentence Equivalence Reading comprehension multiple-choice questions: Select One Answer Choice Description: These are the traditional multiple-choice questions with five answer choices of which you must select one. Strategy Tip: Read all the answer choices before making […]

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