Sentence Correction questions present a sentence containing an underlined portion. You must determine whether the underlined portion contains any grammatical or stylistic errors; if it does, you must select the answer choice that best corrects the sentence.
Critical Reasoning questions present a short, logical argument followed by a question stem. You must perform some sort of analysis on the argument.
Reading Comprehension questions present a reading passage with up to 350 words. The question may ask you to summarize the author's main point, strengthen or weaken an argument made in the passage, or identify what must be true based on the facts presented.
For more information about the Verbal Section, visit the official GMAT website.
Once you complete the test, you will receive five scores:
Verbal Scaled Score: 0 to 60
Quantitative Scaled Score: 0 to 60
Total Scaled Score: 200 to 800
Analytical Writing Assessment: 0 to 6
Integrated Reasoning: 1 to 8
For more information about the scores, visit the official GMAT website.
The Verbal, Quantitative and Integrated Reasoning sections contain unidentified experimental questions for use in future tests. Although you must answer these questions, they do not affect your score.
Useful links on the official GMAT website (www.MBA.com)
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