GRE text completion
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What are the components of GRE text completion?
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The GRE text completion section evaluates how you analyze and assess data presented to you based on your reasoning aptitudes. They accomplish this by omitting crucial terms from brief passages. Students need to fill up with the help of the remaining details in the passage to make a rational and significant sentence.
You can expect roughly 12 text-completion questions with six text-completion-type questions in every sub-section. Likewise, the GRE text-completion questions usually remain classified into three sections that are as follows-
- Single-blank: These text completion questions have a single blank that you need to fill up. In addition, you will have to pick the correct option from five given terms for sentences or passages with a single blank.
- Double-blank: In double-blank text completion questions, you must fill two blanks. You will have to pick the correct answer from the three given alternatives.
- Triple-blank: Triple-blank text completion questions have three blanks that you must fill in. Moreover, you will have to choose the correct word from the three options.
Also, remember that you have to pick the correct answer for every blank for questions with either a single blank or a double blank to score better.
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