GRE Verbal Section

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The verbal section is divided up into questions on sentence completion and analogies. In the antonym questions, a word is provided, and you must select the answer that is mostly the opposite of the given word. This is a very difficult concept for some people, so it is important to become familiar with it before taking the test.
Some people have said that it is "impossible to study vocabulary", especially since the list of possible words that can appear on the test is gigantic. It does however help if you can study word roots, so that even if you don't know precisely what a word means, you can infer a general meaning from the way it is spelled. Remember, you should always answer every question, even if you have to guess. If you can make an informed guess based on the way the word is spelled, or the way it looks (good/bad, happy/angry, etc), then you are giving yourself at least a small edge.

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