Lesson: About the GRE

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In the verbal section where you have to select more than one answer, you must get both answers correct to get the points right? Or do you get partial credit?
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No partial credit, you must get all right or no points!

good intro for the whole exam. Thank you very much!

Dear Brent,
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!
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Hi rehabkhalil,

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 relieving news!

Hi Brent, a great video i am a fan of your course.

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?

Warm regards
R
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That's correct.

Cheers,
Brent

What is the purpose of analytical writing section ?
Because verbal and quantitative sections have a total of 340 mark . So where does the mark of analytical writing goes ?
greenlight-admin's picture

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)

Cheers,
Brent

thanks, Brent
this sounds like a good start

Thanks Brent! I really enjoy the speed-up feature. I usually listen and then slow down when I need to. This saves me time.
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Glad to hear you like that feature. I've heard from many students who use a similar strategy.

Cheers,
Brent

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