GRE Prep: Learn to crack Text Completion questions for GRE's Verbal Section
Learn how to tackle the challenging Text Completion questions of the GRE Verbal section and maximize your score
About the Topic:
The Verbal Reasoning section of the GRE is most commonly perceived as the more challenging of the sections of the GRE Revised General Test and scoring well requires a great deal of preparation. This section assesses the candidate's ability to analyze and comprehend written content and identify relationships among constituent parts of sentences, and among words and concepts. There are various formats in the Verbal Reasoning section of the GRE, and the Text Completion question type is one of the most difficult formats you will find.
Proper guidance that comes through illustrious experience is what you will get from your course instructor Mr. Harish Kumar. This online GRE preparation tutorial revolves around how you can effectively prepare and crack this question format. This GRE course aids your online GRE preparation by teaching you the tips and strategies using which you can decode the complex sentences, unravel the devious logic and crack the difficult vocabulary- thereby helping you beat the GRE and obtain high scores in the Verbal Section.
- The questions in Text Completion questions type are made challenging in primarily five ways:
- Use of difficult words in the sentences.
- Multiple blanks appearing close by.
- Use of idioms specific to English which are unknown to most non-native speakers of English.
Pre-requisites and Target Audience:
This course assumes basic working knowledge of English vocabulary and grammar . It proceeds in a step-by-step manner keeping the beginner and novice in mind. However, experts can also greatly benefit from the knowledge and unique strategies presented in the online coaching for GRE.