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GRE Text Completion 08 – Complex Sentences

Sometimes, the most difficult thing about text completion question is the complexity of one or more of its sentences. The GRE is famous for writing wordy combobulated sentences that can make understanding the story, or even with just working with the question at all, really challenging.

In this video, we’ll show you how to simplify a fairly complex sentence.

GRE Text Completion 07 – Triple-blank Text Completion

Although, triple-blank text completion are often much wordier than single or double-blank text completion, solving them is no different, and actually, sometimes easier since there is more contact.

In this video, we’ll walk you through an example of a typical Triple-Blank Text Completion.

GRE Text Completion 06 – Doubleblank Text Completion

Double-blank text completion’s not surprisingly have two blanks you have to fill in. Now, the technique for this can be just like to technique for sing and triple. Or, it might be a bit different.

In this video, we’ll explain how this type of question can defer from single and triple-blank text completions.

GRE Text Completion 05 – Singleblank Text Completion

Welcome to Single-Blank Text Completions. In this type of question, you are only gonna have to fill in one blank in a sentence.

In this video, we’ll walk you through an example of one of this question.

GRE Text Completion 04 – Using Descriptive Clues

So, text completion question has a story to tell. A story that’s a mixture of content and description.

In this video, we’ll talk about recognizing the distinction between what the sentence is about and how that content is described, so that you can figure out what it needs to go in the blanks.

GRE Text Completion 03 – Using Signposts In Text Completion

Within nearly every text completion question are one or more sign post that you can use as a clue to help you determine the right answer for the blank.

In this video, we’ll discuss some common sign post so that you can recognize and use them.

GRE Text Completion 02 – Text Completion Technique

To perform your best in the text completion questions, it is important to have a process in answering them.

In this video, we’ll take you through (how we recommend) working with these questions.

GRE Text Completion 01 – Welcome To Text Completion

So, about 6 of the verbal reasoning section in each section will be ext completions questions. These are short passages which have either 1, 2, or 3 blanks that you have to fill in.

In this video, we’ll explain how these questions work.

GRE Vocabulary 4 – Reading Critically

One of the ways to improve your reading comprehension is to be able to identify the function or the role of different sentences or paragraphs within a passage. This is what we call reading critically. Also, certain GRE Verbal questions will actually directly test the skill.

In this video, we’ll give you a few ideas about how to classify the parts of the passage.

GRE Vocabulary 3 – Improving Reading

Understanding what you read is the most crucial skill for the verbal reasoning section of the GRE but it is also important for math questions, many of which are really worthy.

In this video, we’ll talk about a few ways to increase your reading comprehension.