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Computer-based - Total duration - No. of sections - No. of questions
Verbal Reasoning - 30 minutes - 2 - 20
Quantitative Reasoning - 35 minutes - 2 - 20
Analytical Writing - 60 minutes - 1 - 2
Research Varies - 1 - Varies
Unscored Varies - 1 - Varies
Total - 3 hours 45 Minutes - 7 - 82
GRE Analytical Writing – Types of questions
The analytical writing section consists of two types of tasks
1. An Analyse an Issue Task
2. An Analyse an Argument Task
Analyze an Issue Task
In this type of question, you need to think critically about a topic and then clearly express your thoughts about it in writing. The test taker will be given an issue statement followed by a set of specific instructions to answer.
The set of instructions can be in various forms. One of the examples is given below:
GRE Quantitative Reasoning – Types of Questions
The GRE Quantitative Reasoning section contains four types of questions:
1. Quantitative Comparison Questions
2. Multiple choice questions where you select one answer choice
3. Multiple choice questions where you select one or more answer choices
4. Numeric entry questions
The GRE questions mentioned above appear either independently or as a set of questions called data interpretation. The data interpretation questions are based on the same data presented in graphs, tables, or other forms.
GRE Verbal Reasoning – Type of Questions
The verbal reasoning questions appear in several formats. Half of them require you to read passages and answer questions on those passages. The other half requires you to read, interpret, and complete existing sentences, paragraphs, or groups of sentences.
The verbal reasoning section has three sub-sections: Reading Comprehension, Sentence Equivalence, and Text Completion.
This section includes three types of questions –
1. Traditional multiple-choice, where out of the five answer choices you must select one
2. Multiple choice where you must choose all the correct answers
3. Select-in-passage questions where you choose the sentence in the passage that meets a specific description.
The sentence equivalence questions consist of a single sentence, one blank, and six answer choices. You need to select two answer choices that fit the meaning of the sentence. No marks are given if only one of the two chosen answers is correct.
The passage in this section will consist of one to five sentences, with one to three blanks and three answer choices per blank. Also, selecting one answer choice for one blank does not affect what answer choice you can choose for another blank.