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GRE Verbal Reasoning

The verbal section of the GRE testifies to a student's ability concerning analysis skills and evaluates written material in sentences, paragraphs, and passages. In this section, analytical skills supported by sound cognizance are essential.
Categories of verbal reasoning questions
There are 3 categories in the Verbal Reasoning section Reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence. About 50% of questions are from Reading comprehension, and the rest are from text & sentence completion.
The individual GRE Verbal Reasoning score ranges from 130 to 170; the lowest GRE score is 130, and the highest score is 170. An excellent verbal reasoning score would thus fall between 155 and 160.
Good Verbal Reasoning Score
Laborious Section
Many test takers consider the verbal reasoning section the most challenging part. Approximately half of all verbal questions test your command of English vocabulary. The exam will include fill-in-the-blank questions with difficult words as options.
The cognizance level is required for this section , as it will effectively use logical reasoning to answer questions. Also, while understanding the vocabulary and phrasing used is necessary for verbal reasoning.
Required base for verbal reasoning
It is critical to practice GRE verbal reasoning before taking the final exam, as certain areas require specific skills that can be learned by following the tips below.
Practice GRE verbal reasoning
  • Preparation for Reading Comprehension
  • Pay attention to signal words.
  • Make use of official resources.
  • Identify and smooth out flaws.
  • Always keep a proper examination pace.
  • Create a strategy based on passages.
  • Learn suitable vocabulary. 
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