GMAT Test (Verbal)
The GMAT verbal section is designed to evaluate the test taker's comprehension of written text, their ability to interpret arguments, and their knowledge of the conventions of written English. There are three different types of questions that may be asked in the verbal section of the GMAT. As a general rule, the test taker should spend no more than one minute and forty five seconds on each question.
The Verbal section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to:
- Read and comprehend written material.
- Reason and evaluate arguments.
- Correct written material to conform to standard written English.
With GMAT Test (Verbal). We hope help you test your GMAT knowledge and continue to raise the level of the GMAT Verbal
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