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In the verbal section where
No partial credit, you must
No partial credit, you must get all right or no points!
good intro for the whole exam
For the features of the test interface, I heard from someone that starting from 2017, I am not allowed to return to any questions within the same ONE section(either Verbal or Math). I heard that once I chose an answer and hit next, I won't be able to go back to any previous questions either to check my answer again or to solve it! I am not sure of this information. Could you please reassure me that this is NOT TRUE. Thank you so much!
The information you heard is incorrect.
This webpage discusses the format of the GRE: https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/about/content/
It says "The test-taker friendly design lets you skip questions within a section, go back and change answers and have the flexibility to choose which questions within a section you want to answer first. "
Many thanks Brent! This is
Hi Brent, a great video i am
Quick question - you mentioned 1/2 of all questions in the verbal section will be on reading comprehension. Therefore am i write to assume approx. 20/40 questions in the verbal section (combined) will be on RC?
What is the purpose of
Because verbal and quantitative sections have a total of 340 mark . So where does the mark of analytical writing goes ?
Some programs care about your
Some programs care about your Analytical Writing (AW) score, and others don't.
Each score is separate. So, you'll receive 3 scores:
1) Quant score (130 - 170)
2) Verbal score (130 - 170)
3) AW score (0 - 6)
this sounds like a good start
Thanks Brent! I really enjoy
Glad to hear you like that
Glad to hear you like that feature. I've heard from many students who use a similar strategy.
i want to understand the
Here's an overview of my
Here's an overview of my Study Guide: https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/study-guide/overview
This video is awesome, now