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Here is an example of a simple Verbal Reasoning question you might see on the GRE. It is (i)_____ that so many artists today don’t understand the importance of sincerity in art; even the most beautiful painting, sculpture, or song … Continue reading
Here is an example of a simple Verbal Reasoning question you might see on the GRE. Many concerned citizens believe the Electoral College and the Presidential electoral process is _____; they are concerned the system does not meet or respect … Continue reading
Here is an example of a simple Verbal Reasoning question you might see on the GRE. The independent voters of the United States have proven at times to have _____ political allegiances; but that is not enough of a reason … Continue reading
Unlike the math section of the new GRE, the verbal reasoning section is undergoing numerous changes (most of which are pretty significant), so I’ll have to split this post into two parts to make it a bit more digestible. Change #1 … Continue reading