6 Practice Tests for the GRE

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6 Practice Tests for the GRE provides the intensive test taking practice that will help you take your score from good to great. Taking these 6 full-length practice tests will help you know the types of questions asked in the real GRE, the structure of the test, the different patterns of questions, realistic difficulty level of questions in the exam, an estimate of the number of questions of each question type, your strengths and weaknesses and the time you take in each test section.


The Verbal test questions in this book give you exposure to wide range of subjects like Business, Technology, Social Science, Arts, Physical Science, Biological Science and more. The Quantitative test questions cover all areas of Math namely Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Data Interpretation, just like the real GRE. Exposure to such wide variety of questions will reduce stress and boost your confidence.


This book also provides detailed answers and explanations for every question. Sample essay prompts are given for all Issue and Argument tasks asked in the tests. The detailed answers will enable you to understand why a correct answer is correct and why the other choices are incorrect. The elaborate explanations cover the complete approach taken to reach to the correct answer. So, learn the powerful tactics and expert strategies provided in the book and crack the GRE.


Table of contents

1. Overview of the GRE revised General Test

2. Practice Test 1
3. Practice Test 2
4. Practice Test 3
5. Practice Test 4
6. Practice Test 5
7. Practice Test 6
8. Answers and Explanations - Test 1
9. Answers and Explanations - Test 2
10. Answers and Explanations - Test 3
11. Answers and Explanations - Test 4
12. Answers and Explanations - Test 5
13. Answers and Explanations - Test 6


Includes -

1. Six full length practice tests

2. 480+ realistic practice questions as per the GRE

3. Quantitative questions covering all 4 areas of Math

4. Verbal questions covering wide-ranging subjects in line with the GRE

5. Answers with elaborate explanations

6. Sample essay prompts for all Issue and Argument tasks



Preparing for the Test
How should I start to prepare for the test?
The first thing you should do is thoroughly familiarize yourself with the format of the GRE General Test. Once you’ve decided whether you’re taking the paper based test, or the computerized version, learn exactly what you can expect from the version of the test you’re taking - how many sections there are, how many questions per section, etc. You can find general information about the structure of the test earlier in this chapter.

How do I prepare for the questions I will be asked on the GRE General Test?
There are plenty of resources by Vibrant Publishers, including this book to help you prepare for the questions you will face on the GRE General Test. A list of books is provided at the end of this book. For the most updated list, you may visit www.vibrantpublishers.com.

How much should I study/practice for the GRE?
Study and practice until you feel comfortable with the test. Practice, practice and practice some more until you feel confident about test day!

Are there additional materials I can use to get even more practice?
Yes. ETS offers a free full-length practice test that can be downloaded from the GRE section at ets.org. Also, after you have signed up for testing through ETS, you are eligible for some further test preparation materials free of additional charge.

General Information of the Format of the GRE General Test
Whether you are taking the paper or computer version of the GRE General Test, the format of the test will be essentially the same. The test consists of three main components: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning. The total time for the test will be between 3 ½ and 3 ¾ hours, depending on the version you are taking.
The first section of the test is always the Analytical Writing component which is broken into two sections. In the first, you will be asked to write an argumentative essay that takes a position on an issue of general
interest. In the second, you will be asked to analyze an argument for logical validity and soundness. You will be given 30 minutes for each section.
The remainder of the test will be split between sections devoted to Verbal Reasoning and sections devoted to Quantitative Reasoning. There will be two sections devoted to Verbal Reasoning, and another two devoted to Quantitative Reasoning. You will be given between 30-40 minutes to complete each section, and each section will contain approximately 20 questions. At any point during the test, you may be given an unscored section on either Verbal or Quantitative Reasoning; since this section will not be identified, it is important that you try your best at all times. Also, it is possible that you will be asked to complete a research section that will allow ETS to test the efficacy of new questions. If you are given a research section, it will appear at the end of your General Test. Unscored and research sections may vary in number of questions and time allotted.


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