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The verbal section, which includes Sentence Completion, Reading Comprehension, Analogy, and Antonym  often proves to be the difference between a low and a high score on the GRE. The objective of our Verbal Preparation Course is to help you achieve your highest possible test score. The key features of our product are:
  • Keyword/key phrase searching techniques that can help you immediately find exactly what you are looking for. You will not waste time scouring the passages in the Reading Comprehension section.
  • Tips on how to identify clues (such as transitional words) that indicate the relationship of each sub-sentence in the Sentence Completion section.
  • Summaries of 18 types of logical relationships between two words for the Analogy questions.
  • A list of roots that can help you guess the meaning of words from their roots.
  • Listings and explanations of over 4,000 GRE words (see: Sample GRE Vocabulary).

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Reading Comprehension

Section 1: One Principle

Section 2: Two Styles

1. Presentation

2. Argumentation

3. Organizational Structure

Section 3: Three Subjects

1. Natural Science

2. Social Science

3. Business Subject

Section 4: Four-step Process of Reading

1. Dissect the introductory paragraph.

2. Skim the passage and get the author's main point

3. Diagram the organization of the passage

4. Tackle the questions and correspondently refer to the passage.

Section 5: Five Types of Questions

1. Main Idea Question

2. Recall Question

3. Inference Questions

4. Critical Reasoning Question

5. Difficult-to-locate Question

Section 6: Six test points

1. Comparison

2. Example & Listing

3. People, Date & Place

4. Special Punctuation

5. Words of Attitude and Transition

6. Complicated Modifier

Chapter 2 Sentence Completion

Section 1: The four types of relationship

A. Contrast

B. Cause and Effect

C. Explanation

D. Similarity

E. Others

Section 2: Five-Step Procedure to Complete a Sentence

Practice Questions

Chapter 3 Analogy

Introduction

How to define the relationship

Eighteen common types of relationship

Chapter 4 Antonyms

GRE Word Lists


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