Return to our homepage
Verbal Section
Introduction      Antonyms      Analogies      Sentence Completion      Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension Question Changes      New Question Types      Learn More

The verbal portion of the GRE has four types of questions: Antonyms, Analogies, Sentence Completion, and Reading Comprehension.

The computer-based GRE verbal section has about 30 questions in a single 30 minute session. The questions adapt to your skill level, getting harder or easier depending on your performance. Because this test is adaptive, fewer questions are required to obtain an accurate score than was the case for the written GRE.

Click on the links above to learn more...

SAT Reasoning Test
ACT
GRE
Preview
Exam Information
Writing
Quantitative
FAQ
New Question Types
Word of the Day
Question of the Day
Int'l Test Takers
Vocabulary Builder






Log on to an existing account

I forgot my username
and/or password.


New users: create a free account

Xap Counselor Center
About Number2.com
Contact us

Privacy Statement   |   © 2000-2014 XAP Corporation
All test names and other trademarks are the property of the respective trademark holders.
None of the trademark holders are affiliated with, or in any way endorse, Number2.com.

Powered by Xap