Mohamed Abdullah

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Over the last two weeks, we have delved deep into the Reading Comprehension Questions on the GRE Test. Not only did we look at tips to increase the pace of our reading, we also looked at different question types – structure-based, summary-based and inference based, that appear on the GRE Test. In this article, let us focus on the inference based questions, often considered the most difficult, in depth. 

Reading Comprehension task is a constant and immediate fear for most students taking their GRE test. I shall attempt to make it a less daunting task in this article. 

Reading Comprehension task is a constant and immediate fear for most students taking their GRE test. I shall attempt to make it a less daunting task in this article. 

How to crack GRE Critical Reasoning Questions 

Critical Reasoning Questions are the king of questions on the GRE Verbal Reasoning Test. I call them the king of questions for multiple reasons –

A. Students are generally scared of these questions and ignore them. 

B. They look deceptive but are generally easy opportunities to score off if you have had enough practice and are able to solve them in less time. 

In our previous articles, we looked at reasons to take the GRE Test as well as how business and technology schools have started accepting the GRE Test scores for their admission processes. We also looked at Tips and Strategies to solve various Questions Types in Quantitative Reasoning Section such as the Data Comparison questions. 

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