Find out your GRE Verbal score in under 15 minutes with a quick 10-question quiz. Do you have a competitive GRE score? An elite GRE score? or just a beginner GRE score? We’ve drawn questions from all topics of the GRE, including text completion, sentence equivalence, and reading comprehension skills.
GRE Verbal Reasoning assesses your reading comprehension skills and your understanding and usage of vocabulary. About half of the Verbal questions will require you to read a passage and answer questions about it. The other half will have you fill in the blanks of sentences or paragraphs with vocabulary.
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When considering your GRE score goal (in 2015’s competitive admissions cycle), it’s always wise to look at the requirements or minimums (if any) at the schools to which you’re applying. For starters, though, here is what you need to know about your GRE score:
The GRE is scored on a 130-170 scale in each section. You’ll receive both a GRE Verbal score and on GRE Quantitative score. Because there are so few possible scores – only 41 – that you can get on the GRE, answering just one more question correctly could be enough to turn an average score into a great score.
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