GMAT Verbal Practice


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The Verbal Section on the GMAT consists of 41 questions.The time allotted to complete the verbal section is 75 minutes.When you receive your GMAT score card the verbal section score is scaled between 0-60.

Breakdown

The questions in the verbal section can be broadly classified into one of the following types...

Reading Comprehension

The verbal section will have on an average 14-15 questions on reading comprehension.Each of the passages given will have an average length of 300 words. Each passage usually has 3-4 questions

Sentence Correction

The verbal section will have on an average 14-15 questions on sentence correction. Each sentence correction question is either partially or fully underlined. The underlined part needs to be improvised. The first option is the same as the question, i.e. you select this option if you believe, the sentence in the question has no mistakes.

Critical Reasoning

The verbal section will have on an average 14-15 questions on critical reasoning.The questions usually has a short passage, which is followed by either one or two questions.The instructions to solve the question, are provided with the question. These questions deal with reasoning,arguments,assumptions,conclusion.For eg. Some facts would be stated, and a conclusion would be stated, and the question might ask you to choose an option that contradicts the conclusion.