About the Test :
The GRE is comprised of three sections:
■ Analytical Writing:
Within the Analytical Writing section, you’ll be asked to complete two writing tasks: an “Analyze an Issue” task and an “Analyze an Argument” task.
■ Verbal Reasoning:
The Verbal Reasoning section includes critical-reading questions, text completion, and sentence equivalences.
■ Quantitative Reasoning:
The Quantitative Reasoning questions may appear as multiple-choice, quantitative-comparison, or numeric-entry questions.
In the answer keys for the Diagnostic Test and Full-Length Practice Test, you’ll find spaces to enter your responses to some of the Quantitative Reasoning questions. On the computer-based test, you’ll
simply type your answer into a box on-screen. On the paper-based test, you’ll be asked to enter your answer in a grid, filling in an oval or square for each digit or character in your answer. Read the directions for filling in those grids carefully, and remember that although there are boxes above the grid in which to write your answer, you must also fill in the ovals or squares to receive credit for the answer.
Topics: Algebra, Geometry, Text Completion, …